Moving a loved one into a long term care community, nursing home or assisted living/personal care home can raise many questions and concerns. Masonic Village’s team of admissions staff and social workers are here to assist every step of the way.
Food at retirement communities used to be institutionalized and not very appetizing, because taste was not the top priority; nutritional value was. However, the baby boomer generation has reprioritized the flavors in food and made socialization the focus of dining.
Packing up your life is by no means an easy task, but most people have come face to face with this feat at least once in their lives.
Dorothy Gale, of the classic American book and movie The Wizard of Oz, is famous for saying, “There’s no place like home!” This quote explains the popularity of “aging in place.”
To those who never heard the term “sandwich generation,” it may seem like a food craze buzzword. In reality, the “sandwich generation” has nothing to do with food (or a craze).
The activist and writer Martin Luther King Jr. said life’s most urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?” Judi Hindes has been asking that of herself her entire life.
The impact of snow, or any inclement weather, on maintenance-free living, as enjoyed by residents of the Masonic Villages, could be summed up in two words: not much.
We owe our country’s veterans a debt of gratitude for their service. In times of unrest, they have put their lives on hold, often leaving their home and families to serve in foreign lands.
In my experience, I have learned you can always find a reason not to move. Making a change is difficult at any stage in your life, and leaving a home after 50 + years of memories is not an easy task.
Herbal medicines are the foundation of modern prescription drugs. Most medicines including valium, cholesterol medicines, digoxin and aspirin have roots in natural compounds.