7 Tips for Healthy Aging

More and more of us are living longer these days. The number of Americans 65 and older grew by 34% between 2010 and 2019, and the number of people 65 and older is expected to increase by 69% by 2060. During the same time frame, the 85-and-older population is projected...

What Are the Benefits of Socialization for Seniors?

As we grow older, our social circles often grow smaller. Retirement means we no longer interact with colleagues and community members on a daily basis. Changes in our abilities may make going out difficult. Over time, our friends may move away for new opportunities or...

What Are the Benefits of Independent Living for Seniors?

Where you live has a big impact on your quality of life. The COVID-19 pandemic won’t last forever and soon we’ll all be getting back to life as planned. If you’re considering your retirement living options, you’ll want to find a community that lets you thrive while...

Talking with Aging Parents About Senior Living Communities

Your parents may insist that the home they live in now is the only place they’ll ever live. If it’s the house where you grew up, you may have your own special memories there. But you may be noticing that taking care of the house seems to be getting harder for them. On...

When Is It Time to Consider an Independent Living Community?

 Like lots of folks, you have built a lifetime of memories in your home. You may think there’s no reason to look into any other senior living options. After all, you’re still healthy and independent! But wouldn’t you also like more time for activities you actually...

Terrace Residents Continue Learning and Sharing

October and November are months wherein Native American cultures are honored. This was the case at The Terrace this fall. The Terrace residents are active participants in life, always wanting to expand their knowledge and their circle of friendship. This past summer...

Finding Ease with a “Mind Like Water”

The concept of a mind like water or ‘Mizu no Kokoro’ is most commonly traced back to Japanese philosophy. It has many metaphorical meanings that can aid us in becoming more mindful of how we expend our mental energy. There are three basic concepts that can be tied in...