BrianTenney, Executive Director Westminster at Lake Ridge
Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Considering a Retirement Community? The Where, When, Why, and How.
When should someone start considering a move to a retirement community? Is there a right time?
This is the million-dollar question with more than one correct answer. Many people focus so much on when that they may not take the time to consider the where, why and how. We find that all four are important and should be part of one’s planning.Read Full Entry
Posted: Monday, November 12, 2018
Live to 100 With These Blue Zone Diet Tips
The average lifespan of an American is 78.8 years, with women typically living to around 81 and men making it to 76. It’s the highest this statistic has ever been in our country…a testament to modern medicine and our nation’s overall prosperity. While these numbers are probably considered a ripe old age to most people, it bears noting that women in Japan have the world’s longest average life expectancy at 87 years. The Japanese people doesn’t have better medical care or greater wealth than we do, so why are they outliving us?Read Full Entry
Posted: Wednesday, November 7, 2018
When to Get On the Wait List at a Retirement Community
If you or a loved one is considering senior living options, you likely have begun doing research on retirement communities. With all of the differing communities, it can be a lot to take in so the decision process can take some time. Once you home in on a few specific places that meet your criteria, you may want to consider getting your name on their waiting lists.
The timing conundrum
Ideally, one should not wait until the day they need to move to begin planning. If for no other reason this can be problematic because of the very subject addressed here. There could be a wait list for the community you like best.Read Full Entry