365 days of happy memories, 52 weeks of fun activities, 12 months of amazing company, and one full year of growth! Silver Comet Village is so proud to be a part of the Powder Springs community. Thank you to all who have supported us through this last year! To celebrate our one-year milestone and maintain […]
As an added measure of prevention, beginning Monday, April 6, 2020, all SAGE Management staff members will be wearing face masks during their shift. Although this is not required by law, we feel this is best for the prevention of COVID-19 for both the residents and the employees.
To: All SAGE Management Staff | From: Trish White, PHR, SHRM-CP, Director of Human Resources | Re: COVID-19 Flowchart and Instructions
SAGE Management, Inc. and Silver Comet Village understand that the concerns and health issues surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) may be creating additional stress for adults, teens, and children. It’s essential to find healthy ways to cope with these feelings to maintain mental health and overall wellness.
To: All Sage Management Community Staff From: Trish White, PHR, SHRM-CP, Director of Human Resources Re: Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Flu Prevention
To Our Residents: On Tuesday, March 24, 2020, the Cobb County Board of Commissioners, with advice from the Cobb & Douglas Board of Health (CDBH) and Cobb Emergency Management Agency (CEMA), and the City of Powder Springs created Declarations of Emergency in response to the COVID-19 outbreak following similar orders from the President of the […]
Memo To: All Families of SAGE Management Communities Memo From: Dr. Daniel Scarbrough, Corporate Medical Director Re: Response to COVID -19
The CDC and local authorities have confirmed active cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout the southeastern United States and in the vicinity of Sage Management communities.
Though many may not associate aging and appetite, the two do impact each other. As we age, changes to the physiology of the body, psychological functioning, social situations or lack thereof, medical conditions, and the use of certain medications can hinder appetite.
A sense of purpose in life is what keeps us focused. Whether it’s our careers, our children, or our hobbies, there is a driving force that carries us day to day. As we age, our children grow up, and we may retire from our career, leaving many with a sense of loss of purpose.