Be Connected

Our communities are designed to help you focus your time and energy on what's really important to you. For many, people are the most important thing. You'll find it's easy to maintain and strengthen existing relationships with family and friends, while fostering new connections.

The wealth of available experiences and resources also encourages goal setting. Goals give something to work toward and the motivation to achieve something that's meaningful to you. We think you'll agree it brings a sense of joy and fulfillment in a way few other things can do.

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Be Inspired

People make a place. Being surrounded by other adults looking to continuously improve themselves creates an inspiring living environment. You'll find you have friends who encourage you to learn a new language or try yoga for the first time. Residents are constantly discovering new passions and exploring new ways to feel fulfilled on a daily basis.

Live Your Vitality

  • Renew your spirit through formal services, meditation, and connecting to nature
  • Learn and grow with classes, clubs, and social offerings
  • Share your passion by teaching a class or sharing experiences
  • Serve your community via volunteer opportunities
  • Stay connected to family, friends, and your community

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Vital Connections Planning senior living

How to Help Parents with Common Aging Fears

 

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Vital Connections Planning senior living

How to Cope when Alzheimer’s Changes Your Loved One’s Personality

 

A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease ⁠— the magnitude can be overwhelming for the entire family. While you know the disease will affect your loved one’s memory, you may not be aware of how significantly it can impact their personality. We’ll help you learn what to expect and how to cope with changes as the disease progresses.

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Vital Connections Planning senior living

6 Ways to Ease Your Parent’s Transition to Senior Living

 

Leaving home is always emotional. Think back to when you first left home to go to college, to get married or to get your first place. You were nervous but looking forward to your first taste of independence right? It can be quite the opposite for mom or dad as they leave home for senior living. They’re nervous too, but one of the biggest fears for seniors is losing independence. Rest assured you can help! Give them confidence and peace of mind with these tips to ease the transition to senior living.

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