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Happenings at Grand Villa of Ormond Beach

At Grand Villa of Ormond Beach, residents lead a vibrant and engaged lifestyle with a full calendar of social and recreational activities. We strive to offer a wide selection of interesting options to keep our residents physically, mentally, and socially engaged.

Our daily meals are an event in themselves. Delicious dining at our restaurant-style dining room is an opportunity for residents to socialize and meet with friends three times each day. Our community offers so many fun activities, residents may have trouble fitting everything into their schedule. Some of the most popular activities include exercise classes, Bingo and listening to live musical performances. Did we mention a weekly pet therapy visit?

Grand Villa of Ormond Beach

(386) 492-0048

535 North Nova Road Ormond Beach, FL 32174

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We take regular offsite excursions in and around town for errands like shopping and banking as well as entertainment outings to local restaurants, shopping malls and cultural events. At Grand Villa of Ormond Beach, there is never a dull moment!

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The Best Caregiver Tip to Help with Difficult Behavior

One of the most challenging aspects of being a full-time caregiver is when an aging loved one becomes difficult and uncooperative. It’s not uncommon for tempers to run high and arguments to break out. This is particularly true for family members, who have seen the aging process change the mentality of their parents, aunts, or other relatives.

However, even though caregivers and those who receive the care may argue, it’s important for both to understand the other’s perspective.

Always keep in mind the frustrations that come with being taken care of. Yes, gratuity, receptiveness, and respect go both ways, and are essential for this relationship. However, caregivers will actually benefit themselves by remembering the mindset of their elder.

Independence is an extremely important element to our lives, and as we age we become more dependable upon our loved ones.

As you could imagine, when you need help with things you were able to do with ease can cause depression, anger, and it’s only natural to take it out on the one who is helping. Of course, this doesn’t make it right, but it does make it understandable.

Have patience with your aging loved ones. Do not brush off their feelings and keep in mind how they must be struggling with these issues. You may find that a little bit of patience goes a lot farther than you’d think.