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Harvest Time for Home-grown Produce

Published: September 25, 2020 Avid gardeners are working double time in 2020. Not only are they busy weeding, watering, and harvesting their blooms and veggies, but they’ve been engaged with…

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A Community Offers Social Solutions to Prevent Isolation

Published: September 17, 2020 A community can be a lot of things. A neighborhood. A group of like-minded individuals. People who share a common commitment or investment. A life plan…

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Get Organized: Downsize Paper Mementos

Published: September 10, 2020 Downsizing experts warn older adults not to start with old photographs, love letters, long-ago journals and other “important” papers because the process is so time-consuming. Or…

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The Honeymoon Phase- CEO Jan Bigelow Remarks on Her First Four Months

September 8, 2020 —Are you familiar with the sayings, “the honeymoon is over” or “you need to hit the ground running”?  Funny, in my years of service in senior living,…

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Making the Transition to Senior Living

September 2, 2020 Are you ready for independent senior living? As this new stage in your life begins, The Admiral at the Lake believes that where you live matters. There…

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We Need to Talk about Senior Living (Part 2)

Here we examine how to do it in a timely, effective, compassionate manner that will leave all parties feeling heard, understood and looking forward to the next chapter.

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Not Just Empty-Nesters at Kendal

Breeding birds are attracted to Kendal at Granville for a number of reasons, including the commodious nest boxes, the diversity of habitat, and the abundance of vegetation, insects, and feeders at resident homes.

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Questions to Ask a Retirement Community: Beyond Finances

Published: August 27, 2020 When considering a Life Plan Community, you have lots of questions, most often about money. But there are other considerations that you should explore as you…

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Barbara's Family Story

August 24, 2020 A Memory Care Story The changes were almost imperceptible at first. They were the kinds of things that we all do – forgotten keys, lost train of…

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