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Posts for September 2020


Stepping Toward a Cure for Alzheimer’s

Fall usually ushers in a trove of Northern California activities. This year, like many other annual fall events, protecting the health and safety of the community during the coronavirus pandemic has brought big changes to one — the 2020 Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Solano County.


Assisted Living Logs On for Life Enrichment

Technology has become integral to communities like Paradise Valley Estates. Our Northern California Life Plan Community, which includes maintenance free living and a full continuum of care including a variety of assisted living services, has integrated technology to drive advancements in clinical care, life enrichment, safety and socialization.


Piece of Pie

In 1949, during his freshman year at college, resident Fred Montanye had pizza for the first time.


Stay-at-Home and What to Do

Resident Nancy Wisner shares how a popular “Happiness” class changed her approach to life’s ups and downs in ways that she didn’t imagine.


Q&A with PVE Board Chair Sean Quinn

Paradise Valley Estates was founded by retired military officers in 1997. This year, the community’s board reached a new milestone by electing the board’s first civilian chair, Sean Quinn.


Paradise Valley Estates Crew Joins Fight Against LNU Lightning Complex Blaze

Everyone in the Paradise Valley Estates Life Plan Community knows Dave. For six years, the community’s friendly maintenance supervisor has been a project point man, from serving as planner and scheduler to ensuring residents are pleased with the end result.


Getting Ready for Your New Ridge Home

With construction well past the halfway point and move-in projected for mid-2021, now’s the time to take a serious look at a move to The Ridge at Paradise Valley Estates.


Our Birthright

The five senses with which we were born color our lives in ways that we cannot fathom. Some of them are more acute than others. However, when one is missing or even dulled, the others take on some of the missing roles.


Shopping with Mom

Resident Marie Smith shares warm memories of shopping with her mother.

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