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Happenings at Grand Villa of DeLand

Grand Villa residents lead an active and engaged lifestyle with a full calendar of social and recreational activities. Our full-time Activities Coordinator plans parties, exercise classes, events, and excursions to keep our residents physically, mentally, and socially engaged. Everyone is invited to participate according to his or her own preferences.

Our community offers so many opportunities for fun, you're sure to find something that appeals to you each day. Some of the most popular activities include exercise classes, watching the latest blockbuster movies at our on-site theater, and listening to live musical performances.

Daily meals in our restaurant-style dining room are an event in themselves. Residents enjoy meeting three times a day over delicious food to socialize and relax with friends.

Grand Villa of DeLand

(386) 490-8571

350 E International Speedway Blvd DeLand, FL 32724

Excursions

We take regular off-site excursions around town for errands like shopping and banking, and fun recreational outings to local restaurants, malls, museums, and other cultural attractions. One thing's for sure – at Grand Villa of DeLand, there's never a dull moment.

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What Alzheimer’s Really Means

Alzheimer's Disease is a powerful disease that affects the lives of everyone involved. Losing one’s memories is a heart-wrenching situation to watch from the standpoint of a senior’s loved one. However, while it may be hard to think about, it is important to understand what happens. Everyday Health delivers us the most important aspects of Alzheimer’s to understand:

  • This disease goes beyond normal aging and memory loss. It is ultimately fatal over time as the effects worsen. It is important get the memory care your seniors need so they can be cared for.
  • You need to face the disease. Do not ignore the signs your aging parents or loved ones may be showing. Seek the advice of a medical professional as soon as you have concerns.
  • African American, Latinos, and women are more susceptible to this disease than other groups. It is important to consult a physician to determine your individual risk.
  • There is hope. Before an individual shows these signs, they can reduce their risk by eating healthy, participating in intellectual activities like writing, reading, or the arts, and physical exercises.

Read Everyday Health’s article here