Community News, Lakeway, TX Celebrating Classical Music Month and the MET’s 150th Anniversary at Arbor Terrace Lakeway
On April 13, 1870, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City opened and has grown to become one of the largest and most respected museums in the world. The MET has over 2 million artifacts, paintings and sculptures dating from antiquity to the present.
Community News, Lakeway, TX 2020 Grandparent Day Celebration at Arbor Terrace Lakeway
On Aug. 3, 1978, President Jimmy Carter signed a proclamation declaring the first Sunday of September following Labor Day as National Grandparents Day. The purpose of the legislation was to honor grandparents and celebrate their many contributions. Grandparents support their grandchildren by sharing family stories, babysitting, passing down traditions, and providing love and support.
Community News, Lakeway, TX 2020 Arbor Terrace Lakeway Olympic Games
Although the Olympic Games were canceled due to the pandemic, the residents of Arbor Terrace Lakeway were still able to have their annual community games in August. Residents started strength training weeks in advance for the competition. Then, they perfected their skills during their sports and exercise classes such as kickboxing and track.
Community News, Lakeway, TX Celebrating National Aviation Day at Arbor Terrace Lakeway
On Wednesday, Aug. 19, the feeling of excitement was brewing at Arbor Terrace of Lakeway in anticipation of the National Aviation Day celebration.
Chicken Cordon Bleu is a favorite here at Arbor Terrace Lakeway. A cordon bleu, or schnitzel cordon bleu, is a dish of meat wrapped around cheese. Chicken cordon bleu is made of chicken breast pounded thin and wrapped around a slice of ham and a slice of cheese, breaded, and then deep fried. Set to rest, sliced coin style and drizzled with a light cream sauce, we use a mushroom sherry cream to finish the flavor profile. It is the favorite dish of Jane T., one of our ambassadors and elder states-persons.
Community News, Lakeway, TX Resident Spotlight - Faye Anderson
Family members, friends and area residents at Arbor Terrace Lakeway have been blessed by Faye Anderson’s Christian ministry and generosity. Anderson raised her family in a small rice farming community on the Chesterville, Texas, prairie, which is about an hour west of Houston.
senior services What You Should Know About LT Senior Services
Staying active and engaged is vital for maintaining the health and well-being of every senior. In this age of the coronavirus pandemic, however, being quarantined in our homes means everyone, including seniors, loses many opportunities to get out, stay active, and remain engaged.
The job of caregiver for a person with dementia is both daunting and exhausting. Not only must day-to-day activities be planned, but life decisions and medical choices must also be made. Most family members acting as caregivers lack the skills and experience of trained professionals. Further, as time passes, the progress of the disease makes delivering quality care more difficult.