Posted: Thursday, June 22, 2017
Residents have a field day for brain health
The residents of Westminster at Lake Ridge are celebrating Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month by engaging in one of the best activities to keep a brain healthy—moving.
Being active is associated with a lower risk of brain issues, and the retirement community is teaming up with the Alzheimer’s Association for a field day, the Longest Day, on June 21. The purpose of the day is to recognize Alzheimer’s and bring awareness about brain health. Participants are joining people across the country in The Longest Day event on the summer solstice to raise funds to fight the disease. Read Full Entry
Posted: Thursday, June 1, 2017
WWII vet shares harmonica skills with Prince William preschoolers
Westminster at Lake Ridge resident Jack is a harmonica virtuoso who shares his love for music and the instrument with school kids in the area. At 97, Jack is unstoppable and is a perfect example of the engaged lifestyle that Westminster at Lake Ridge supports and encourages for our wonderful residents. That’s why the Washington Post chose to profile Jack in a May 22 article, which you can view here.Read Full Entry