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Is a CCRC Right for You?

November 17, 2017
How often do you think about what your future living arrangements should be? Hopefully, this is a subject you have thought about; however, many seniors put off thinking about their future. Our Marketing Team encourages you to, not only think about your future, but to make a plan! We don’t want you to find yourself in a health crisis situation not having thought about your future or having a plan in place. We have found that people do love their home. Could this be a reason to put off thinking of future plans – you dread the thought of moving? In fact, “nearly 90% of people aged 65 and older surveyed by AARP said they would like to “age in place.” And yet the hard truth is that a beloved house in a familiar community can become both physically impractical and socially isolating over time.” 1 Therefore, a move may need to be in your future and, if so, how do you make that decision?

The Gift of Gratitude

November 17, 2017
“Gratitude is essentially the recognition of the unearned increments of value in one’s experience,” writes Angeles Arrien. This thought provoking quote is shared in an article written by Salemtowne Chaplain Linda Browne.

Salemtowne Artist in Residence: John Shannon

November 17, 2017
When I first met John Shannon, I learned that he had been an organist and a college professor. However, I gradually realized that he was much more than a musician and teacher. Like the men of the Renaissance, John’s artistic interests and talents are diverse.

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