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Gardens of Clanton celebrates Assisted Living Week

Published 8:45am Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Great Oaks Management’s Gardens of Clanton will celebrate National Assisted Living Week from Grandparent’s Day, Sept. 7 through Sept. 13, 2014.

Throughout the week, they will host a series of events to celebrate the residents and other participants.

The theme is “The Magic of Music,” and it showcases the integral role that music plays in everyone’s lives. Music brings pleasure to all generations and fills hearts with love, comfort and joy.

“It’s no secret that music can make a difference in the lives of those who call our community home,” Gardens of Clanton Administrator Kimberly Headley said. “This year’s theme highlights our goal at the Gardens of Clanton, which is to let music inspire us to dream of the future, remember the past and cherish the present.”

The Gardens of Clanton invites everyone to stop by during National Assisted Living Week to experience the comfort, memories and happiness that can only be brought to life through the magic of music.

National Assisted Living Week was established in 1995 to create a special opportunity to bring together residents, families, employees, volunteers and the surrounding community.

The Gardens of Clanton, located at 850 Scott Drive in Clanton, is a branch of Great Oaks Management, which provides traditional and memory care retirement communities focused on active aging and an enhanced senior living environment.

For more information on the Gardens of Clanton and their Assisted Living Week Celebration, visit www.GreatOaksManagement.com or contact Headley at 205-280-0084 or KHeadley@GreatOaksManagement.com.

 

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