Celebrating Independence Day at BeeHive Homes

Independence Day is a cherished American holiday, synonymous with family gatherings, fireworks, and parades. At BeeHive Homes, the Fourth of July is an opportunity to celebrate this significant day with our residents, creating an environment of joy and patriotism that resonates with all, especially our honored veterans. Here’s a look at how we embrace the… Continue reading Celebrating Independence Day at BeeHive Homes

Thanksgiving with Our Family

Moments of Togetherness and Thanks   Thanksgiving is a time for family, gratitude, and togetherness, and at BeeHive Homes Assisted Living, these values are at the heart of our celebrations. This year, as every year, Thanksgiving with our family is a warm reminder of the family-like community we’ve built within our walls. Our residents and… Continue reading Thanksgiving with Our Family

The Significance of Memorial Day

As Memorial Day approaches, we are reminded of the profound sacrifices made by the brave men and women who have served our country. This special day is an opportunity for us at BeeHive Homes of Texas to not only pay tribute to these heroes but also celebrate the importance of caring for our greatest generation,… Continue reading The Significance of Memorial Day

Living in a COVID-19 World

Beginning in March 2020, the entire world underwent remarkable changes to our daily lives due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For many elderly residents, it has meant many changes, particularly staying at home to prevent exposure to the virus. Even for those who’ve been vaccinated, the ongoing variants of the virus make some hesitant to be… Continue reading Living in a COVID-19 World

Christmas Lighted Parade

BeeHive Homes of Andrews Texas participated in the annual Community Christmas Parade. This year was perhaps even more meaningful as many – including those of BeeHive Homes – honored the lives of band director Darin Johns and educator Marc Boswell, who were killed in a tragic bus accident while the band was traveling to a… Continue reading Christmas Lighted Parade

Emergency Preparedness for Seniors

In the aftermath and destruction of Hurricane Ida, many of us are considering what we can do to better prepare for natural disasters and unplanned emergencies.  Add emergency planning together with senior care and aging, and we begin to have an entirely new set of questions.  Have we ever thought about how aging impacts our… Continue reading Emergency Preparedness for Seniors

Communication at the Speed of Life

How often have we heard someone who is younger comment about their difficulty in communicating with an older relative or friend?  Has it been way too long since our last meaningful conversation with our younger friends and family members?  This concern is becoming more common as technology progresses.  Newer forms of staying connected through good… Continue reading Communication at the Speed of Life

Gift Giving on a Limited Budget

As most of you reading this have discovered by now, growing older is not always cheap!  Even with good financial planning, good insurance and a somewhat good bill of health, there are unexpected things that can come up and break the bank pretty quickly.  Because of this, it can make birthdays and gift giving at other holidays… Continue reading Gift Giving on a Limited Budget

Overcoming Loneliness

What is Loneliness? Loneliness is an evasive thing.  People have been studying it for years, especially in elderly adults who seem prone to sadness and isolation.  But, those studies have contradictory data.  Some of them include statistics for people who “feel isolated” while others only study data from people who have been so lonely and… Continue reading Overcoming Loneliness

The Grand City of Abilene, TX

Camp Barkeley

Abilene, Texas “The Key City” “The Friendly Frontier” Abilene Today Abilene is a city located in both Taylor and Jones Counties of Texas.  The population of the entire Abilene metropolitan area is over 170,000 and is located just off Interstate 20.  The city is roughly divided down the middle by the railroad, which splits the… Continue reading The Grand City of Abilene, TX