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Happenings at Grand Villa of Fort Myers

At Grand Villa of Fort Myers, residents enjoy a wide variety of social, recreational, and cultural activities. Our packed calendar guarantees there is always something engaging to choose from!

Located in the heart of Southwest Florida, Grand Villa of Fort Myers is just minutes from the area’s most popular attractions and destinations.

  • Florida Gulf Beaches: Sanibel Island, Captiva, Fort Myers Beach
  • Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Center featuring world class performers
  • The Broadway Palm Dinner Theater
  • Abundant Shopping: Bell Tower Shoppes, Gulf Coast Town Center, Coconut Pointe

From ice cream socials, to Bridge, swimming, yoga, Happy Hour and Canasta, there is always something happening at Grand Villa of Fort Myers! On any given day you may choose to participate in:

  • Aquacise
  • Aerobics or Stretch and Flex Classes
  • Walk-Fit Program
  • Billiards
  • Arts and Crafts with expert instruction
  • Wii Bowling
  • Putt Putt Golf

Grand Villa of Fort Myers

(239) 288-0717

1499 S Brandywine Circle Fort Myers, FL 33919

Excursions

Our Lifestyle Program Coordinator plans thoughtful and relative programs including outside activities transported in our comfortable 15-passenger bus or sedan.

We also take regular excursions in and around Fort Myers, whether to take care of errands like shopping and banking, or to spend some time shopping at the many malls and taking in cultural attractions. One thing is always true – there’s never a dull moment!

To learn more about our Happenings and all that we offer at Grand Villa, call us at 239-829-4066 to speak to our friendly staff.

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Alzheimer's Disease and Sleep Disorders: How to Help

One symptom of Alzheimer's that not many people talk about is the inability to have a good night's sleep. It worsens as the disease progresses. This is primarily caused by the mental instability that comes with the disease. As Bel Marra Health states, those with Alzheimer's eventually resort to small naps during the day and have to stay up all night. While this is a difficult part of Alzheimer's, caregivers can help by doing the following:

  • Ensure the patient isn’t exercising too close to bedtime.
  • Maintain a regular schedule for the patient.
  • Adjust the lighting for the time of day.
  • Limit caffeine and stimulant intake.
  • Keep napping to a minimum if possible.

These steps can help those with Alzheimer's maintain some form of a regular schedule. As always, consult a medical professional for personalized guidance.

For more information, check out Bel Marra Health's article here