Energy comes from more than just exercise. Our communities provide the services and spaces you need to feel your best every day. Beyond traditional healthcare and fitness offerings, you’ll discover new ways to strengthen your body and rejuvenate your mind.
Community spaces are designed to encourage both planned and spontaneous interactions, creating an energized environment.
Stimulating your mind and rejuvenating your spirit are equally as important as keeping your body healthy. Each day, you’ll find new opportunities and ways to engage your brain, whether it’s having a conversation, reading a book, or attending a seminar.
Of course, keeping your body in tip-top shape is important, too. You have access to professionals who can help you create personalized exercise routines and nutrition plans. Creating fitness goals and developing healthy habits are an integral part of our healthcare services.
Whether it’s working up a sweat or going for a walk, you have innumerable ways to keep your active lifestyle. However, we also believe that an invigorated life also comes from stimulating conversations and social engagement. You’ll find opportunities each day to energize your mind, body, and spirit.
Because we believe mind, body, and spirit are equally important to maintaining an independent lifestyle, we ensure you always have opportunities that incorporate all three facets of well-being. There are always experiences to challenge you and help you grow, but you’ll also find there’s room to incorporate your already established routines, too. It’s all about balance, and we’re here to ensure you achieve it.
Most people think of the holidays as a fun and festive time of the year. But for older adults, especially those who may have recently experienced a loss, the holidays can be anything but festive. It’s important for family members to learn the signs of the holiday blues and how they can help an older loved one overcome them.
Autumn is a season of the year where temperatures can fluctuate widely. As the thermometer rises and falls, so too does the barometric pressure. For older adults who have osteoarthritis, these ups and downs can translate to increased pain and swelling in damaged joints. This can seriously limit a senior's ability to carry on their normal daily routine. .
The transition from a home you've known for many years to a new senior living community can be emotional. Older adults moving to new surroundings may experience a variety of feelings ranging from excitement to sadness. It’s important to remember that this reaction is perfectly normal.