Our February 2022 Newsletter

Happy February! Here is the latest edition of The Front Porch, the monthly newsletter at Edwinola. In this issue, you can read the color red and why it is associated with Valentine’s Day. Click here for the PDF. Enjoy!

Our July 2021 Newsletter

Did you know we provide a monthly newsletter outlining all the happenings at our community? We have everything from resident birthday announcements to details about recent events and outings! It’s a great way to keep the friends & families of our residents connected to their love one. With a fast-growing family here at The Edwinola, … Read more

Resident Spotlight: Ms. Pat

Let me introduce you guys to one of our long-time residents, Ms. Pat. Ms. Pat has been busy in her room making masks for the staff here at The Edwinola and for another facility, Glen Oaks Senior Living, in Minnesota with supplies donated from a few of our amazing Edwinola Families.  Ms. Pat is a retired … Read more

COVID-19: How to Control & Prevent Infection

With the Coronavirus posing a threat to our community, we would like to take a few moments to educate everyone on the importance of infection prevention and control, especially in larger communities with a susceptible population like ours. It is vital for people coming into contact with those that have compromised or fragile immune systems … Read more

Nutrition as You Age: The Best Foods and Tips to Stay Healthy

Unfortunately, we can’t reverse our age. What we can do, though, is provide our bodies with the best nourishment possible to stay healthy as we get older. We don’t only change on the outside, our inside changes, too! Sometimes taste buds lessen or change, the urge to drink water isn’t as prevalent, and our bodies … Read more

The History of the Edwinola

“The highest honor is to care for the ones who cared for us.” Edwinola is more than a century old. It was initially built as a hotel back in 1912. The unique name was driven from the name of the original owners, namely, Edwin and Lola. It was actually opened to replace the Dade city … Read more