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Happenings at Grand Villa of Largo

Grand Villa of Largo residents lead a vibrant and engaged lifestyle with a wide array of social and recreational opportunities to choose from. Our full-time Activities Coordinator makes sure our calendar is always full of activities to keep our residents physically, mentally, and socially engaged.

Some of our most well-attended activities include exercise classes, Wii bowling, hobby groups, and Bingo. Arts and crafts are especially popular around the holidays, and there’s always a crowd when our therapy pets come to visit.

Our residents love our family-style Dining Program, which turns daily meals into social events through our Passport Dining Experience and Tasty Traditions.

Please call to learn more about the lifestyle we offer. Our friendly staff would be happy to arrange a personal tour.

Grand Villa of Largo

(727) 228-9614

750 Starkey Road Largo, FL 33771

Memory Care Happenings

Our Memory Care residents also enjoy an active lifestyle, with upgrades and special features to meet their unique needs. The Memory Care Neighborhood features an exit-controlled outdoor area so residents can stroll in the fresh air, and our Life Skill Stations spark interest and interaction by re-creating familiar situations that facilitate cognitive exercise and physical movement.

Our caring staff is happy to work with you and your family to customize an activity and exercise schedule to meet your specific needs and preferences.

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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