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Sudley Manor, Community News Arbor Terrace Sudley Manor Residents ‘Walk and Roll’ for Alzheimer’s Association

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the world and many activity calendars in dramatic fashion. At Arbor Terrace Sudley Manor, the quarantine meant that residents couldn’t participate in one popular autumn event, the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Manassas.

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Sudley Manor, Community News Arbor Terrace Sudley Manor Celebrates Connections on Good Neighbor Day

Once a year, residents at Arbor Terrace Sudley Manor celebrate the bonds they share during Good Neighbor Day.

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Sudley Manor, Community News Resident Retired Surgeon Shares Knowledge Through Wellness Presentations

Dr. Michael Reing, or “Dr. Mike” as he’s affectionately known at Arbor Terrace Sudley Manor, practiced pediatric orthopedic surgery for more than three decades in northern Virginia.

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Caregiver Resources 10 Caregiver Resources Near Manassas

With the nation’s capital to the east, the Shenandoah Valley to the west, and plenty of historic sites, including a national battlefield and historic shopping district, the Manassas area of Virginia is an amazing place for anyone to retire to.

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Senior Activities 3 Senior-Friendly Fourth of July Events Near Manassas

On July 4, Americans of all ages across the country and around the world will be celebrating the country’s Independence Day in all its glory. Alongside the gallons of lemonade and tea, cookouts, fireworks, and red, white, and blue apparel, Americans will be honoring the freedom and independence that the holiday represents.

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Senior Activities, senior-friendly restaurants Best Restaurants in Manassas to Take Your Senior Loved One

Thanks to its deep Civil War-era history and its place as a junction between the beautiful Shenandoah Valley and bustling Washington, DC, residents in the Manassas, Virginia, area can choose from plenty of fine dining options and other excellent restaurants. Dining choices range from the elegant to the casual in this area and cover a wide range of dinner fare to fit almost any palate.

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Activities for Seniors 7 Senior-Friendly Activities to Enjoy at Bull Run Regional Park

When you think of a fun day trip in the Washington, DC, area, it is understandable if your first thought is a visit to the nation’s capital. But fortunately for senior residents of this area, the opportunities to engage in fun activities with friends and family members of all ages are nearly endless; which is something that makes this area so special, and a popular retirement destination. 

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Senior living, Senior Living Options Senior Living Communities vs. Senior Rehab Centers in Manassas

Just a decade ago, there were only a few options in the Manassas, Virginia, area that seniors could explore when planning for the various stages of their retirement. And because it is never too early to plan, you may already have found yourself coming across two different types of options: senior living communities and senior rehab centers. 

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Assisted living Why Assisted Living in Manassas, VA Could Be Right for You

When we ponder retirement, the idea of moving to an assisted living community is not necessarily our first thought, or even the second, third, or fifth. After all, we have spent years if not decades building a community around a home full of many great memories, and so the desire to stay at home is understandable. However, for those in the Manassas, Virginia, area, you have another option to consider that many before didn’t: a community like Arbor Terrace. Senior and assisted living communities offer many benefits — from ways to keep making new friends and exploring new hobbies to staying healthy and physically active — that you should consider as part of your or your family member’s plan for the future. Here are several benefits an assisted living community offers that are worth exploring further.

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Senior Resources Community Resources for Seniors in Manassas, VA

The phrase “it takes a village” does not just apply to young families. As communities have learned more about the needs of their aging seniors and those that care for them, more resources to help your loved one overcome new obstacles have become available. But between navigating new emotions, confronting challenges, and adjusting to a “new normal,” it can be difficult to know where to turn. Fortunately, there are plenty of resources not just online, but also often just down the block. Here are some excellent community resources for seniors here in Manassas, Virginia, for support online, in person, or even in the comfort of your home.

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