On behalf of Yorkshire Village, I would like to wish each and every one of you a Happy New Year! I am certain that you will agree that we are ready for a new start. The year 2020 has not been the kindest year for many of us. Despite it all, our community has relentlessly applied various preventive measures safeguarding our residents’ health and wellness. We would never have been successful if not for your selfless support and understanding. Thank you for entrusting us to take care of your family members. No one has a crystal ball revealing what this new year has in store for all of us, but we must enter with optimism and hope. We will gather again, hug again, and travel again.
Positivity in life is the key to success, happiness, and a sense of fulfillment. It is difficult to have a positive attitude and positive thoughts when we look back at 2020, but as much as there was pain and suffering, there were some silver linings. If anything, the previous year taught us that we cannot always be in control and that we must be willing to adapt. What we can control is our attitude and how we choose to approach life. As we take on a new beginning like no other we’ve seen in the past, our focus will always remain as to ensure that our community will continue to strive in providing the best quality care that your loved ones deserve. Cheers to new beginnings, to the improved versions of ourselves, and good health!
Here’s what’s new at Yorkshire Village and we have planned for January 2021.
Spotlight on our Resident - Thomas M.
Thomas was born and raised in Long Beach, CA, and grew up with traditional values as the youngest of three siblings. He always loved staying active in his youth, and could be found in various social gatherings or playing all kinds of athletic games with friends. He attended college for two years at Long Beach City College, and then joined the Airforce, serving from 1966 - 1970. Thomas discovered a passion for aircrafts, and went to work for Douglas Aircraft. He eventually retired from the company after 37 years of work as a dedicated engineer. His success at work, and happy 26 year marriage to his wife Deanna kept him content and joyful. He has always enjoyed the outdoors, and traveled many places with his wife. Currently, he enjoys walking around, smiling and waving to all he cross paths with while flying his drone. He values being respectful in both your life and work environment, and we are grateful for how helpful he is to neighbors and Yorkshire Village team members. We are honored to have you as part of the Yorkshire Village family, Thomas!
Martin Luther King Jr. Day - January 18
Every third Monday in January we honor the American clergyman, activist, and Civil Rights Movement leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968). He is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using nonviolent civil disobedience. King has become a national icon in the history of American progressivism. Our community will hold programs engaging residents in Civil Rights history throughout the week to learn more about the movement and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Inspire Your Heart with Art Day - January 31
Art can move us to tears, or cause us to break out in joyous laughter. Transcendent art possesses the power to inspire our hearts. And just as art comes in so many different forms, there is an equally endless number of ways to celebrate it. This January through March we will examine the major artists and masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance. As art and science evolved throughout the fourteenth to sixteenth centuries, it was key to the development of the artistic innovations of the era. It will be exciting to explore the creations of Masters such as Fra Angelico, Donatello, Botticelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Titian!
Employee of the Month - Blanca Rios
Blanca is one of our amazing long-time team members - she’s been a part of the Yorkshire Village family for 17 years! She was chosen as the community Employee of the Month due to her positive example of continuous hard work and dedication. Blanca always comes to work with a bright smile on her face, and goes above and beyond to provide quality care and joy to our community. She was born and raised in Mexico in a warm and caring environment. When she married her spouse thirty seven years ago, she brought that same positivity to their marriage and while raising three kids.
She raised her two daughters and son with traditional values, and serves as a primary example of how much you can accomplish if you put in the hard work. After long work days, she enjoys going home to spend time with loved ones, enjoying the company and smiles of her family. Blanca is excited to keep working for at Yorkshire Village for many more years to come, and we are delighted to have her with us. From everyone here at Yorkshire Village, we thank you Blanca for your hard work and dedication!
Assisted living and memory care in Hemet, CA
We love our residents and staff, and we are committed to pursuing the best possible personal outcomes for every resident. We understand choosing a memory care and assisted living community is a hugely important, delicate decision. When families trust us with the care of their loved one, we take this responsibility extremely seriously, and we work tirelessly to ensure that we’re attending to everyone’s needs at all times with love, compassion, and sensitivity.
Our purpose is to provide industry-best memory care therapies while providing a beautiful and rich retirement experience for our residents. If you’re finding that a loved one may be in need of memory care, either soon, or perhaps sometime down the road, and your family is working to plan ahead and ensure the best possible outcome when the time is right, we would love to set up a tour of our community and property, or if you’re out of the area we can provide a free phone consultation and brochure. Tell us how we may help.
26933 Cornell St.,
Hemet, CA 92544
Phone: (951) 658-1068