blank

Salemtowne Residents Make a Difference

Salemtowne residents make a difference for their community in many different ways. A part of Salemtowne’s mission and vision is to support older adults by fostering their sense of community and life-long learning. One example of this is by generating funds to help fellow residents who are in need of financial assistance. Residents contribute in … Continued

Read More
By Admin
blank

Lifelong Love of the Arts: Nancy Mimoso

Nancy Mimoso has been an artist since she was in her 30s, mostly working in watercolors. Soon after Nancy moved into The Woodlands at Salemtowne, she was inspired to offer art classes. She also helped establish a weekly studio time for more experienced artists to meet and collaborate. Word spread quickly about Nancy’s new class. … Continued

Read More
By Admin
blank

Successful Aging Tip of the Month: Stay Connected

People are happier when surrounded by others. It helps us thrive. This is part of our very DNA, at the core of our basic human needs and most authentic selves. Research clearly shows that isolation and limited social connections are associated with higher rates of heart disease, some cancers, and even dementia and depression. Like … Continued

Read More
By Admin
blank

Do You Need More Fun in Your Life?

Click here to read this (fun!) article and then make sure to get out there and have fun! You’re always welcome to join in the fun at Salemtowne!

Read More
By Admin
blank

Successful Aging Tip of the Month: Challenge Your Brain

Brain fitness impacts all aspects of our life and is often neglected once we cease working. We now realize that the brain is NOT fully formed and mature once we reach adulthood, gradually becoming depleted as we age. Exciting and optimistic research tells us we are the architects of our brain, with the ability to … Continued

Read More
By Admin
blank

Successful Aging Tip of the Month: Keep Moving

From the very beginning, our species has had a basic requirement to be physically active to remain healthy.  Not only muscles, but the brain, GI tract, cardiovascular…all systems function as designed when we move.  Movement was required to survive, and this has not changed, yet we seemed determined to limit movement with technology. Physical activity … Continued

Read More
By Admin

Have questions? Want to learn more about Salemtowne?

Click the button to get in contact with us for more information.

blank GET YOUR PERSONALIZED SUMMARY