Everyone who attended the Grand Opening of The Arbor at BridgeMill agreed that they had hit the jackpot. In keeping with the James Bond inspired Casino Royale theme, men sported tuxedos, and women worn sparkly long gowns. Guests spent time playing at the gambling tables, sipping from champagne goblets while marveling at the beauty of the decorations and the living spaces of the newly opened Arbor community.
The Arbor at BridgeMill encourages caregivers of loved ones with dementia to come join their support group. This group meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. and helps by offering guidance, sympathy and coping strategies. Bring your loved one with you and our staff will be happy to help them enjoy the amenities while you attend the group meeting.
Senior living in Herndon, Virginia, offers the best of all worlds. You’ll enjoy life in the much-coveted Fairfax County, Virginia. You’ll have ready access to D.C., without all the traffic that comes with living in the District. And perhaps best of all, you won’t have to worry about the seemingly endless demands of homeownership. If you’re considering a switch to a more carefree retirement, here’s what you should know about independent living—and what you can expect from the transition.
Hurricane Harvey was a scary event for the Kingwood, Texas, community. It gave Arbor Terrace at Kingwood Town Center a chance to show our commitment to resident safety at all times and in all circumstances. Our property was devastated by the hurricane, but thanks to the diligent efforts of our caring staff, we safely evacuated all residents. Our residents moved to temporary communities, where we kept up with them and ensured they were thriving. But now, they’re coming home.
This past summer, Arbor Terrace at Kingwood Town Center was forced to temporarily close after severe flood damage caused by Hurricane Harvey. Residents were temporarily relocated to other communities or moved in with their families while repairs were made. Days before Christmas, our second and third floor residents came back home as we continued renovation of the first floor.
If you, or your senior loved one, reside in Decatur, Georgia, you already know the perks and highlights of this beautiful town. It’s the perfect blend of a small-town atmosphere and a hip college town, and it’s within driving distance of the bustling metropolis of Atlanta. Whether you are familiar with Decatur or you are just beginning to explore the area, it is important to note that the dedication to Decatur’s senior residents is real. In fact, about 22 percent of the town’s population is over the age of 55!
Every chapter of life presents unique challenges. The senior years are no different. A lifetime of experience has made you wiser and smarter than ever before. Your interests may have expanded into new pursuits, and you may find that family matters more than ever. Mobility concerns and safety issues can also spring up with age, making it more difficult to enjoy your retirement.
These helpful services for seniors in Fort Myers, Florida, can help bridge the gap between what you want to do and what you can do.
Asheville, North Carolina boasts a variety of highlights for residents and visitors. Beyond the beautiful scenery and bustling businesses, Asheville also has a variety of resources specifically for the seniors that call the area home. If you or a loved one are over the age of 60, be sure to take advantage of one or all of the resources throughout the Asheville area. Get started with improved health and socialization by beginning your research with our list of resources that you may not have realized were right at your fingertips.
Arbor Terrace of Decatur is proud to celebrate its 100% deficiency-free survey from the Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH). This rating indicates a community without any notable defects and is extremely rare in the senior care industry.
Frank Priest, the Food Services Director/Executive Chef and Director of Operations at Arbor Terrace Sudley Manor, has spent his entire senior care career as a member of the Arbor family. He’s served the community at Sudley Manor since 2007.
Georgie Romeo is a senior care counselor at Barrington Terrace of Naples. Originally hailing from Parma, Ohio, Georgie began her career in senior care in Akron, Ohio. She has worked in the field for 22 years and has served seniors who live at Barrington Terrace for the last three and a half years.
February is a time to show your love to friends, family, and romantic partners. It’s also a time to think beyond your metaphorical heart and consider your physical one. As you give heart-shaped chocolates and heart-covered teddy bears to loved ones, take a moment to celebrate Heart Health Month. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for most people groups in the United States. Every year, 610,000 people die of heart disease.
Fort Worth, Texas, is a great place to retire. From its luscious water gardens and beautiful parks to the near-infinite variety of restaurants, museums, and performance halls, Fort Worth offers a chance for a vibrant and exciting retirement. Assisted living in Fort Worth doesn’t have to mean giving up on all that the city has to offer. The best assisted living communities offer plenty of activities and outings. This allows seniors to continue living meaningful lives while getting the help they need. The search can feel daunting, though. Here’s how to begin the process.
For people with dementia and those who love them, fear of the unknown may be a constant companion. Dementia, however, does not have to mark the end of a vibrant and joyful life. The right senior living solution can help the senior you love lead a life of meaning and purpose, while still ensuring their safety. A supportive, welcoming assisted living in Morris County, New Jersey, can offer relief from the stress and help your loved one again find joy.
Did you know that approximately 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease every year? At Barrington Terrace of Naples, we are committed to providing the highest quality of care and senior living for individuals living with the disease. Which is why we have become a member of the Struthers Parkinson’s Care Network (SPCN).
Avis is the proud mother to twin daughters Alexis and Alesha. The three have chosen to make the community of Arbor at East Cobb their career home. Avis and Alexis are both caregivers in our Evergreen memory care neighborhood, and Alesha is a cook.
This holiday season, Martha Hines, a resident of Eden Terrace of Spartanburg, participated in a program call Second Wind Dreams, dedicated to helping seniors recreate special moments in their lives. In 1955, Martha was crowned Miss South Carolina. Sixty-two years later, she was treated once again like royalty in the Spartanburg Christmas Parade, riding in a classic car and wearing a tiara.
Do you love the swing of big band music? Then you’ll want to join us for a guest lecture and performance from David Aaron titled The Rise, Development, and Demise of the Big Band Era. Not only will you enjoy the lecture, but you’ll also get to hear the exciting, powerful, and authentic sound of The David Aaron Big Band.
Do you find it difficult to handle change? What about dealing with negative people or letting go of anger in order to forgive someone? In common scenarios like these, and in countless other situations, a positive attitude can lead to a happier, healthier outcome.
If you would like a more positive outlook on life, we invite you to join us for inspiring discussions about emotional wellness for the active senior. Each Thursday, we’ll discuss a new topic. You (or your senior loved one) will have an opportunity to ask questions and walk away with some answers that will help you plan a future of living well.
Are you ready for some answers about senior living? We’re excited to see you this month at one of our Choose Well to Live Well discussions! Don’t forget to RSVP and save a seat at one or more of these empowering conversations for seniors.
Come check out Arbor Terrace Citrus Park, Tampa’s new signature of independent living. With brand-new independent living apartments available soon, we offer the amenities, active lifestyle and care options you’re looking for. So join the party – the food, music and fun are on us!
Feeling stressed before the holidays? Is there not enough time to get all your errands done?
Give yourself the gift of time! Let your friends at Arbor Terrace Mountainside handle all your gift wrapping. Bring your gifts and we’ll do the rest! Our expert holiday assistants will have your gifts wrapped and ready for the holidays.
Caregiving is a hard job, and you will have days where you feel overwhelmed and need to take a break. It is okay to feel this way, and you should take time for yourself so you don’t get overwhelmed or burned out.
Looking for an opportunity to relax? Join us for our Wine Down Wednesday event!
Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with the staff of Arbor Terrace at Kingwood and your fellow residents. It will be a three night spectacular event with fun for the whole family. Each night, you can make a holiday-themed gift for loved ones while enjoying hot chocolate, cookies, and popcorn. Bring a blanket and lawn chair and enjoy the movie. You are welcome to wear your favorite PJs!
Many seniors in Jacksonville are looking for an affordable memory care option that will help maintain their health and independence well into the future. And the best assisted living in Jacksonville will help you or your loved one realize all of these goals, not just one or two of them.
With plenty of state parks, a thriving downtown commercial district, farmer’s markets suited to every taste, and easy access to nearby Greenville, more seniors are choosing to spend their golden years in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Fifteen percent of the population is over 65, which means active seniors have plenty of opportunities to make new friends. The right assisted living in Spartanburg, SC can further expand opportunities for an active, fulfilling life.
A memory screening is a simple and safe "healthy brain check-up" that tests memory and other thinking skills. Each memory screening takes approximately 10 minutes and while the result is not a diagnosis, it can suggest if someone should see a physician for a full evaluation. Your memory is an important aspect to your health and the key to a long life. Get your free screening at our next event.
We are offering a free memory screening on November 3rd. Please see below for details:
Alpharetta, Georgia provides an abundance of resources and activities for seniors. From the Alpharetta Adult Activity Center to Meals on Wheels, this town is an exceptional place for senior living. To make senior living even easier for you in Alpharetta, we've gathered all of this information and put it into one convenient location.
If nationwide statistics hold true, about 10 percent of the nearly 5,000 senior citizens in Tinton Falls, New Jersey, have Alzheimer’s or another form of age-related dementia. Many of them have family caregivers who are trying to figure out whether memory care in Tinton Falls is right for their loved one.
Middletown, New Jersey, consistently tops CNNMoney.com’s “Best Places to Live.” People choose this central location, which dubs itself the “biggest small town in New Jersey,” for its low crime, excellent schools, and vibrant cultural life. Senior living in Middletown takes advantage of all that Middletown has to offer, providing access to attractions such as the beach and local lighthouses, and Middletown’s renowned Deep Cut Gardens.
Call it kismet, serendipity, or a “God wink.” An Arbor Terrace resident recently experienced one of those crazy twists of fate that seem like more than just coincidence.
A little background: Beginning in August, residents of Arbor Terrace Peachtree City have served as volunteers for an ice cream program in partnership with a nearby school, Oak Grove Elementary.
Children at Oak Grove can purchase ice cream after they have eaten their lunch, with proceeds benefitting the school. But principal Dr. Felecia Spicer had a problem: not enough volunteers to staff the sale every day. Arbor Terrace agreed to supply the volunteers.
As the site of the Civil War’s most significant early battle, Manassas, Virginia, has the feel of a town steeped in history and culture. Seniors living in Manassas can take advantage of opera and theater at the Hylton Performing Arts Center, visit the city’s landmark stone bridge, or stroll through the city’s lush rose garden. If living in your home is becoming increasingly difficult, you might find that you’re unable to enjoy much of what Manassas has to offer. The right assisted living in Manassas, Virginia, can restore a sense of independence, adventure, and joy. Here’s what you need to consider.