News & Events

News & Events

Stay In the Know at Portola Gardens

From community focused outings and events, to visiting groups and well-planned life enrichment activities, life at Portola Gardens is inspired by the surrounding neighborhood. A private dining room is available for special events or celebrations, and family and friends are always welcome to join us. We share these events and activities with you, along with educational articles and personal stories, to offer a sense of what our residents experience in life at Portola Gardens.

Is Telemedicine the New Hometown Doctor?

Is Telemedicine the New Hometown Doctor?

As Covid-19 forced everyone to stay home, virtual appointments became the safest way to visit the doctor. The convenience of seeing any doctor from the comfort of home, eliminating travel and wait times, and a reduction in emergency calls all lead us to believe that telemedicine is here to stay.

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The Healing Aspects of Meeting in the Garden

The Healing Aspects of Meeting in the Garden

Portola Gardens is luck y to be located in a beautiful setting with well-maintained and well-utilized outdoor spaces. Discover the benefits of spending time outside, on a walk, or just for a few minutes on your balcony or front stoop.

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November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

In 1983, Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. Now affecting more than 5.8 million American Seniors, boosting awareness of this degenerative disease is crucial to developing treatments, finding a cure and supporting caregivers.

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Mother and Son – Richard and Angie Cairo

At Portola Gardens, a Mother and Son Connect Everyday

Good mail delivery people are bound by the age-old creed, “neither snow nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds,” but at our Portola Gardens community, United States mail carrier Richard Cairo is true to another, more personal commitment, he “says ‘hi’ to Mom.”

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