One cannot plan for the unexpected. – Aaron Klug People who are interested in Life Plan communities may have questions about the need for a Life Care contract. When you consider a move to an independent living community, you may be more focused on the amenities and activities to keep you active, healthy, and happy [...]
To achieve great things, two things are needed: a plan, and not enough time – Leonard Bernstein If you are a current resident of Galloway Ridge or are thinking about moving to a community, you should be familiar with the concept of a Continuing Care Retirement Community, also known as a CCRC. We have been considered [...]
The trouble with retirement is you never get a day off. – Abe Lemons People approach retirement in two ways. They may look at aging as a bad thing to be avoided if possible, which is reinforced by our remain-youthful-at-all-costs culture, or they take the more positive approach of the golden years, when the older [...]
It is Time to Consider Downsizing Your Home? Most people grow emotionally attached to their homes throughout the years. Each room has a memory associated with it, easily transporting us back to certain points in our lives. However, today, more and more seniors are starting to realize the joys that downsizing can bring, especially after [...]
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 67% of adults age 65 or older are married. As these couples age, their individual health needs may start to vary. It’s common for one spouse to sometimes become a primary caregiver as they age in place in the home. In fact, the U.S. [...]
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.
Seniors have the opportunity to create a life based on good choices and the wisdom of their experiences. Focusing on what they want to get and give allows them to make choices and be open to surprises.
When adult children and their parents are separated by miles, there is a lot of worry. One easy solution is retirement community living. The benefits for Mom and Dad are also benefits for adult children.
Motivating Mom and Dad to adopt exercise and healthy routines in retirement can be a challenge. Here are tips to help get them started.