Top 10 Signs of Potential Elder Abuse Withdrawal, depression and fear of talking openly Isolation, especially from family or friends Physical trauma, such as burn marks, unexplained bruises and welts Poor personal hygiene, such as bad odor or dirty, matted hair Malnourishment, dehydration or an untreated medical condition Unsanitary living conditions Bank withdrawals when the
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In July, a lively group of young people from Mile High Job Corp flooded through Rosemark’s doors and sat down with our Trellis Memory Support residents. The laughter and stories could be heard throughout the community, as residents schooled millennials on owning the world’s first credit cards and the youngsters responded with tales of self-driving cars.
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What a celebration!

June 2, 2017 | Posted in News

One Year Young Many thanks to all who dropped by Rosemark on May 25 to help us celebrate our one-year anniversary. More than a hundred people enjoyed live music, signature beverages, appetizers and birthday cake prepared in the Rosemark kitchen. “Our first Rosemark year went by quickly,” said Mark Cytrynbaum, co-owner and operator. “We’re still learning,
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Welcome Vanessa Tucker

May 10, 2017 | Posted in News

Award-Winning Rosemark Welcomes Executive Director Vanessa Tucker   Say hello to the newest leader in our community, Executive Director Vanessa Tucker! Vanessa comes to Rosemark with significant experience leading assisted living communities along the Front Range. Although she had many choices, Vanessa was attracted to Rosemark’s independence, knowing she could help residents thrive in an
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Those with memory loss may use unexpected behaviors to cope with caregivers and the environment. With a lack of short-term memory, people with dementia will often harvest themes from their long-term memory (the memory that remains) and project those familiar ideas onto the situation at hand. They may obsess about certain activities, places and thoughts.
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Communication is so important in how we connect to each other, if we feel heard or understood, welcomed or not included. When someone is affected by a memory loss disease, how they understand information or express thoughts is altered. This gets more pronounced as the disease progresses. Sometimes, with the best intentions, we make some mistakes
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The next generation of communications – e-charting. Rosemark team members carry mobile devices, where they can chart resident information as it happens and spend more time with residents. No traveling back to the central desk to type up what was just learned, and all the data goes into a central electronic medical records system that
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Since Rosemark at Mayfair Park is built from the ground up, we could design it with all the earth and senior-friendly features possible. Low VOC paints and anti-microbial carpeting and fabrics make our assisted living and memory support community safe for older adults as well as their grandchildren. The entire senior living community is designed
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Come with an appetite! Our culinary director, head chef and pastry chef are taste-testing menus that are both nutritionally dense and absolutely delicious! Rosemark serves a handful of unique specials that vary every day, as well as always-available favorites for every meal. Rosemark chefs locally source ingredients, some eventually from Rosemark’s own gardens! Our homemade
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Welcome Curtis!

March 16, 2016 | Posted in Events, News

A big hello to Curtis, our first resident, who moved into Rosemark at Mayfair Park yesterday! Our culinary team – Brad and Todd – prepared an amazing celebratory dinner for Curtis, his son and grandson. All are thrilled with Curtis’s new home. Welcome Curtis! And thanks to the Rosemark team for making Curtis’s move a
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