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June 18, 2021 | Blog

Edison, NJ (June 18, 2021) – Spring Hills Senior Communities is marking the annual observance of The Alzheimer’s Association’s The Longest Day on June 20, 2021 to help the community understand the daily struggles a dementia patient faces; to them, every day feels like “the longest day”. Spring Hills, a leader in providing for residents with Dementia and Alzheimer’s, implements best practices, holistic treatments, innovative, compassionate care, and the latest research to ensure the best quality of life for our residents. Spring Hills will join with thousands of participants around the world on June 20th, the summer solstice, which is the longest day of the year when the sun sets later than any other day.  Together they fight the darkness of Alzheimer’s.

Alexander Markowits, President/CEO of Spring Hills, comments, “Our priority is always the health and well-being of our residents. By developing and implementing an overall support system for our communities and their families, we integrate a wide array of beneficial therapies and services that optimize quality of life.”

Spring Hills Senior Communities is using this fun opportunity to again reinforce the Spring Hills mission to engage the residents with their mind, body, and spirit. To mark this Longest Day observance, Spring Hills Hunter’s Creekis hosting a Corn Hole Competition and Fundraiser. From 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 20th, 2021, for only $5 a round, residents will enter the competition and the winner will take home a gift basket. It will be a lively event with music and dancing, water, and donuts for all. The person with the highest point total is the winner unless there is tie in which case, college football overtime rules will be followed.

Throughout their time at Spring Hills, residents engage in a wide variety of programming. All are designed for fun and entertainment, but most are also designed to improve the resident’s mind, body, or spirit through number of therapies that comprise the comprehensive program and overall support system developed for each resident. These enhance each resident’s quality of life, improve general well-being, and lead to better health. The recreation and wellness programs are customized to each resident and include:

Our residents will be able to increase their independence, stay engaged and reduce and prevent falls through:

Spring Hills is proud to offer a continuum of care and healthcare options which include post-cute care in a number of their NJ locations and has preferred partners in the other states they operate in.

The Longest Day event was established to raise funds and awareness for the care, support, and research efforts surrounding Alzheimer’s Disease. To support Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek Assisted Living efforts in their Longest Day Fundraiser, please contact Kyle Hamilton at 407-251-8088. For more information from the Alzheimer’s Association in regard to The Longest Day, please visit

About Spring Hills:

Spring Hills operates post-acute care, assisted living, and memory care communities, and home care services that provide comprehensive support, including population health management, for seniors and those with chronic health needs. Spring Hills ensures the highest standards for proactive health care and quality of living at every stage and is committed to helping people live happy, healthy lives.

Led by Alexander Markowits, Founder and President/CEO, Spring Hills is committed to providing seamless care experiences that meet the unique needs and preferences of residents, patients, and their families. Spring Hills has 35 facilities across seven states: Post-Acute Care in NJ; Assisted Living and Home Care in NJ, NY, VA, OH, FL and NV; and Memory Care in TX, VA, NV and FL.

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