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.
Whether it’s working up a sweat or going for a walk, you have innumerable ways 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.
You wouldn't want to eat every meal in the same restaurant, would you?
We offer multiple venues, diverse menus, and all-day culinary experiences. Dine when you want, where you want! Meet friends for coffee and conversation in the morning, have lunch in the bistro, enjoy cocktails in the pub, and take dinner in the restaurant-the choice is yours! Fresh, locally grown ingredients are at the core of each chef-created meal, so you'll always have a meal that fills you with fuel for your lifestyle.
It goes without saying, nutrition is important to everyone’s health. But for seniors, it’s especially crucial, and often more complicated. As we age, your body needs more of certain nutrients, metabolism slows and requires fewer calories, palate and digestion may change, medications may affect taste, chronic conditions can affect appetite and may require dietary restrictions. Perhaps is why many seniors show signs of malnutrition. In fact, senior malnutrition costs the United States $51.3 billion a year according to the Alliance on Aging Research.
According to AARP, nearly 90 percent of seniors want to stay in their own home as they age. However, issues with limited mobility, vision, hearing, balance and even cognitive impairments can raise safety concerns in the home environment. To help keep yourself or your loved one safe consider these home safety tips for seniors.
Vital Body Research
It’s a fact of life that those who once cared for us will likely someday need to be taken care of themselves. More than 65 million people provide care for a family member, often an aging parent. Caregivers spend an average of 20 hours a week at the effort, according to the same report by Caregiver Action Network.