Remember this handy acronym for fire extinguisher use in your home, your parent's retirement home or your child's first apartment.
As an Exercise Physiologist, it is sometimes difficult for me to relate to people who do not enjoy physical activity. In my opinion, the desire to move is innate, but many people have lost touch with that inner drive.
Retirement community living provides amenities and services that make living easy for working and non-working retirees. It's a great choice!
A little thing like flossing can have a tremendous impact on the quality of life in your retirement years. It's never too late to begin.
A great retirement requires an honest look at how retirees want to spend their time and then making the environment fit that plan. Retirement community living is a flexible solution.
"One moment I was climbing up the stairs, and the next moment I was rolling back down them!" My client shook his head back and forth. "I don't understand, I can stand on one foot for over a minute. I thought that meant I had good balance."
Adjusting to retirement can be a challenge for a couple seeking different ways to spend their time. A retirement community provides options for both.
Save the story of your world and life for future generations. Give them the gift of your memoirs.
Galloway Ridge just received approval to participate in the "Preferred Vendors Program" for UNC Employees via the HR Department/Tar Heel Discounts and Perks Program.
Galloway Ridge Retirement Community will host the first ever Goat Parade, a public art installation and tour, to benefit the Robert and Pearl Seymour Center (Chapel Hill) and the Chatham County Council on Aging (Pittsboro).