Senior Living Blog

The 4 Best Brain Games for Seniors

With retirement comes increased free time, which can leave seniors feeling uncertain as to how to fill their days. Younger adults have constant mental stimulation at work and with children, but seniors have to intentionally seek out activities to keep their minds sharp. Below are the top benefits of brain…
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Simple balance exercises for seniors

Seven Simple Balance Exercises for Seniors

Improving your stability can boost your confidence and help you avoid serious injuries from falling. The National Council on Aging reports that falls are the most common fatal injury for seniors with about 800,000 hospitalizations and 27,000 deaths each year. Various health conditions can affect balance, including changes in vision,…
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18 Unexpectedly Innovative Apps for Seniors

Typically, older adults are not the targets for high-tech products and apps. Built around teenagers and younger adults, the iPhone and Android app market is flooded with games and social media programs for those generations. However, many apps—even those designed for any age group—aid the lives of older adults and…
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What Are the Benefits of Senior Condos?

If you’re considering moving into an active retirement community, this article can help you decide whether or not a senior condominium is right for you. Senior condos have specific advantages, including property ownership without home maintenance responsibilities, options to remodel or redecorate and much more. Here are a few of the…
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The Strathmore Music & Arts Showcase

The Strathmore Music & Arts Showcase Join us for a concert of global proportions. Sunday, October 27 at 2:00 pm Hailing from opposite ends of the Earth, Josanne Francis and Chao Tian met as members of Strathmore’s Artist in Residence Class of 2018. Their artistic collaboration fuses influences from around…
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6 Brain and Health Benefits of Painting

Keeping your mind and body sharp is important throughout our entire lives, but it becomes even more important as you age. While staying physically fit is important for your health, finding a creative outlet keeps your mind strong while also expanding your horizons. Painting provides a fun, new hobby that…
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Rightsizing & Real Estate

Rightsizing & Real Estate Let’s talk about selling your home and rightsizing your life! Wednesday, July 24 at 2:00 pm Join us for an inspiring discussion with two trusted experts, Susan Danick (Founder and Owner of TAD Relocation) and Jane Fairweather (Founder and Realtor with The Jane Fairweather Team), on…
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PFNCA Parkinson’s Pointers: Free Community Lecture

PFNCA Parkinson’s Pointers: Free Community Lecture Thursday, June 6 at 6:30 pm Click here to view the full event flyer Topic: The Value of Multidisciplinary Care in Parkinson’s Disease Speaker: Dr. Zoltan Mari Parkinson’s Pointers is a lecture series where people gather in various locations for a presentation and a…
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Bethesda Row Guide: Things to do in Bethesda Row

Although the Bethesda Row neighborhood is close to Washington D.C., sometimes the trek into the nation’s capital can be a long and stressful one, especially since traffic is typically problematic when entering or exiting the inner Beltway. The beauty of living in Bethesda is having access to plenty of attractions…
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