Kendal Residents in Age Well Study
Kendal at Oberlin residents participate in Mather's Age Well study.
Take a Hike!
While that short sentence is often an expression of irritation, here at KaLex it is a warm invitation to go outside and revel in nature’s bounty. With spring upon us,…
Wellness, Purpose, and a New Outlook for 2022 at Kendal
A new year brings time for reflection and direction. The Wellness program at Kendal at Lexington kicked off 2022 by focusing on life purpose as one of the key components…
American Heart Month: Self-care for Your Heart
Published: February 11, 2021 Heart-shaped candy boxes, balloons, baskets and cards are everywhere. But along with celebrating our favorite “love” holiday, February is also a time to focus on the…
New Year New Exercise
Published: December 29, 2021 For many of us a new year means a new fitness regimen. But instead of turning to the tried-and-true (i.e. running, biking, swimming), how about trying…
Taking a Good Look at Age-Related Vision Problems
Susan was a happily retired 80-year-old, actively volunteering her time and talents in myriad ways. She was a trusted, supportive friend to many, often chauffeuring those younger than she here…
Vegan and Vegetarian on the Holiday Table
Published: December 8, 2021 These days it’s the rare holiday gathering that does not include one or more guests who are vegetarian, vegan or plant-based diet enthusiast. A recent…
Demystifying Medicare: A Guide to the ABC’s (and D)
Medicare is certainly complicated! This post explores Lisa Holloway's presentation on the matter.
Cooking Up Fall Favorites in the Kendal at Lexington Culinary Department
Pandemic, isolation, and supply chain issues have required creative adaptations for many of us, and the dining and culinary operations at Kendal at Lexington are no exception. When the dining…