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Preserving History: How Seniors Can Share Their Stories with the Next Generation

Many seniors get so caught up in their daily routines that they forget to share their stories with their adult children and grandchildren. But every senior has a unique story to tell. From writing down memories to creating a video, here are some ways for seniors to record their thoughts for the next generation.

December is Here! Tips for Staying Healthy During the Final Month of the Year

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Sleigh bells are ringing, snowflakes are falling and … a lot of people seem to be sniffling and sneezing just a bit more than usual. Unfortunately, winter is the most common time of year to feel under the weather, but you’re not powerless against the bugs that are circulating around the Northern Hemisphere. By adjusting your daily habits just slightly, you can increase your resistance to colds and flus alike.

9 Ways to Honor Those Who Have Served this Veterans Day

Few groups deserve our recognition, respect and gratitude more than the brave men and women who have served in the U.S. military. These upstanding individuals sacrifice so much so that we can preserve our way of life. This November 11th, on Veterans Day, we would like to extend our sincere thanks to veterans who have served so selflessly and courageously.

Helping a Loved One Move to a Senior Living Community? Five Tips for a Smoother Transition

Transitioning to a senior living community is a major life decision that, for many, is accompanied by a great deal of uncertainty. What are all the necessities that Mom will need in her new home? Will Dad be able to keep up his exercise routine after he moves? What can be done to make our loved one’s new home feel as cozy and welcoming as possible? The list of questions goes on.

Heading Back to School Is for Senior Adults, Too!

Henry Ford, world-famous businessman and founder of the Ford Motor Co., once said that “anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.” Our senior living communities are proud to espouse the same philosophy, which is why many of our communities offer a variety of onsite educational programs throughout the year.

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