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From health related news, senior safety tips, and money matters, stay connected with the latest news and information. We are always looking for ways to share our fun experiences at Regency with community members, friends, and family of our wonderful residents. This blog is a great way for us to keep everyone up to date on the latest Regency Birmingham news and events, as well as disseminate information we think might be useful to our residents and their family members. Read about our assisted living facility events we plan and execute to keep our residents active and happy!

 

Thyise Smith

February – Employee of the Month Thyise joined the staff at Regency Retirement Village on April 24th, 2019. She enjoys working with the residents. She was born in Birmingham, AL, and graduated from AH Parker High School. Thyise is a proud mother of two lovely...

Mr. John Bird

 February– Resident Spotlight John Bird has been a resident of Regency Retirement Village since June 2016. He turned 65 in September. Although he is deaf and has glaucoma, his Christian faith is the foundation of his positive mental attitude toward life. He credits...

Employee of the Year!

2020 Employee of the Year– John Meja John Meja is the kind of employee you are always hoping for! John is a dedicated team member, shows up to work on time, arrives with a great attitude, consistently goes the extra mile, and is a pleasant service provider for our...

What We’ve Been Up To

On December 4th, we celebrated our Christmas Drive through Festival of Trees event. We lit up our outside areas with lights and decorated trees with the help of our maintenance and Referral Partners. Chef Austin prepared his famous hot chocolate and we had decorated...

Kimberly Taylor

January – Employee of the Month Kimberly Taylor is a nurse on the Pathways Memory Care part of our campus. You may not see Kim often, because Kim helps to care for our residents on the graveyard shift. However, her commitment to our community’s safety at night is...

When Seniors Should Stop Driving

Providing the Best Senior Care for Your Loved Ones Autonomy is something we hold close, and can be a hard thing to let go of. But as we age, there are things we have to begin to approach differently. One harsh reality of aging is the loss of mobility, and specifically...

What We’ve Been Up To

October 30th, we had our drive-through Trick-or-Treat event. Thank you to the maintenance team, Josh, John, and AJ, who helped us with the lights, decorations, and activities, as well as our residents who helped us with bagging the candy we gave away. November 10th we...

Kimberly Bailey

December – Resident Spotlight Ms. Kimberly moved to Regency Retirement Village on August 1, 2020. She was born in Amarillo, Texas. She worked for South Central Bell and lived in Manhattan where she had the opportunity to meet many famous people. She has lived in a...