"Abundant Living – Successful Aging"

Vision

Our Vision For You

Posted by on Dec 28, 2010

  Rincon del Rio means ~ “Bend of The River” - Like a river, you may have noticed lately that your life is gently changing course.  We have some ideas about that we...

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Our Natural Amenities

Natural Amenities

Posted by on Dec 28, 2010

Rincon del Rio is located in - Nevada County, California - The community sits on 225 acres bordering the Bear River. Eighty – five percent of the property is reserved as ...

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Companionship

Companionship

Posted by on Dec 28, 2010

Humans are very social creatures.  We need healthy interaction with others to maintain our health and maximize cognitive function.  The staff and residents at ~ Rincon del Rio ~...

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Exemplary Medical Care

Exemplary Medical Care

Posted by on Dec 28, 2010

Rincon del Rio has on-site, on staff physicians, nurses, and other medical service providers. Visits can be in your home or in the office. Our focus is: Physician – Patient...

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Recent Posts

Infographic: How to Avoid Slips and Falls

Infographic: How to Avoid Slips and Falls

The American Recall Center has put together a great little infographic and blog post about how to avoid slips, trips, and falls. As they say in their post, “With a third of people age 65 and older reporting a fall each year and two-thirds of that number falling again within six months, falling poses a significant risk to seniors in their daily...

Re-examining “role loss” and identity for seniors

Re-examining “role loss” and identity for seniors

Some see the later years of adulthood as a time of “rolelessness”. You can reinvent yourself! No one will question if you use all your time for self-introspection. You can move to a place where no one knows you and use the change as a way of disengaging from role identities that are stressful or no longer satisfying. This way of thinking has broad...

More on the risks of CPR

In a recent op-ed at The Bakersfield Californian, physician Jennifer Black provides useful insight into the risks of CPR, and how the general public tends to have an overly-rosy view of this widely-misunderstood procedure–especially as it pertains to the elderly or physically infirm. Here’s an excerpt: As a medical student at USC and a...

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