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Happenings at Grand Villa of St. Petersburg

At Grand Villa of St. Petersburg, residents are invited to join in organized events and activities designed to increase their ability level. Our caring staff will be sensitive to residents' needs during all of our events and activities.

There are plenty of activities to get involved in such as gentle exercise classes, art classes, computer classes, bingo, musical entertainment, sensory stimulation, pet therapy, and much more.

In addition to daily dining, there are many ways to be social in our spacious community areas. Residents can take classes, listen to guest lecturers, or spend quality time with other residents and staff.

 

Grand Villa of St. Petersburg

(727) 350-1240

3600 34th St S St Petersburg, FL 33711

Happenings

You'll enjoy a full calendar of social and recreational events at Grand Villa of St. Petersburg. Here, the choice is always yours. You can dine with friends in our restaurant-style dining room, or read a good book in the comfort of your own home. 

Attend an on-site seminar, or invite your friends to one of our community parties. On another day, you can listen to live musical entertainment, or go on a day trip to a local attraction. The options are limitless at Grand Villa of St. Petersburg - there is never a dull moment!

Don't miss out on all of the fun. If you would like to know more about what goes on at the vibrant, assisted living community of Grand Villa of St. Petersburg, just give us a call at 727-346-8685.

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Alzheimer’s Diagnosis Goes To The Nose

What’s that smell? It could be a new way to diagnose Alzheimer’s early on in life. Researchers have found a new lead while trying to identify the disease early on in life, and it’s all about identifying certain scents.

CNN explains how a new study presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2016 found that older adults that struggled to identify smells could have cognitive impairment in the future.

Tests are already in the works to try and create a test that incorporates these findings. Teams from Columbia University are trying to incorporate the University of Pennsylvania Smell Identification Test (UPSIT) into the study. Combined with brain scans and UPSIT, researchers were able to discover that those who scored poorly on the smell test also showed signs of mental decline.

As CNN states, the relationship with problems with smelling and brain function is not a novel idea. Yet this study, and others like it, are diving deeper into the details of the disease.

For more information, check out CNN’s article here