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.
Finding independent senior living in Teaneck can be overwhelming. After all, you want a community that is active and full of vibrant neighbors; typical “homes for the elderly” need not apply for the lifestyle you deserve. In an area where independent living communities are plentiful, you want to choose one where the lifestyle is amazing, the neighbors are friendly, and the people who live there recommend it wholeheartedly.
Compared to generations past, fewer seniors want to slow down and enjoy life in the slow lane as they grow older. In fact, close to twice as many people older than 65 (8.4 million) in the workforce in 2015 than teenagers (4.7 million), the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports. Other seniors also remain active in different ways: volunteering, travel, socializing, arts and culture. Their busy lifestyles have made communities—like Teaneck—within close proximity to work, volunteer opportunities, arts and culture, social programming, and senior services attractive options.
Situated four miles west of the George Washington Bridge, Teaneck’s central location and abundance of senior programs has made it a popular community for seniors to call home. What's more, Teaneck’s affordable cost-of-living, access to transportation systems, and varied artistic and cultural attractions have made this community of less than 40,000 people a popular destination for active seniors in particular.