News & Events

Heritage Pointe of Huntington would like to extend our sincerest congratulations to Susan Bowman, our new Director of Dining Services! Our former Director of Dining, Deb Fisher, retired on December 22nd, 2017. Congratulations and best wishes to Deb on her retirement, and to Susan in her...

  Choosing an assisted living facility for a relative –whether Mom, Dad, a grandparent, or a spouse– can be one of the hardest, most important decisions you make as a caregiver. It’s easy to feel confused and overwhelmed due to the sheer number of homes out there....

Read more from our rehab and therapy group, HTS, about pneumonia prevention. Did you know pneumonia is the eighth leading cause of death among adults ages 65 and older? The team at HTS, our therapy and rehab group, highlighted pneumonia prevention tips in its January 2018...

My first experience with Heritage Pointe Communities was in the early to mid-1990s when my great grandmother, Mamie McDaniel, became a resident of Heritage Pointe of Warren. At a lean 95 pounds, standing five feet tall, and living until a few days shy of her...

You are ready for Assisted Living or possibly Healthcare. But, how should you decide which place is best for you? Choosing an assisted living facility or healthcare facility for yourself or a loved one - be it Mom, Dad, a grandparent, or a spouse –can be...

Eating, travel, and exercise - plan them wisely, and enjoy your holidays Christmas and New Year's get togethers typically mean lots of sugary, unhealthy foods paired with travel and loss of sleep. Our therapy team at HTS (Healthcare Therapy Services) published an article with tips about...

Heritage Pointe of Huntington joins the mission of researching the cure and prevention of Alzheimer's Disease. November is National Alzheimer's Awareness month. Our staff could purchase the featured "owl t-shirts" and wear them with jeans on Fridays to recognize the importance of Alzheimer's Awareness. We sold...

Did you know November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness month? President Ronald Reagan was the first to designate November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month in 1983. At the time, fewer than 2 million Americans had Alzheimer’s; today, the number of people with the disease...