In Focus

In Focus

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In Focus

In Focus Archive

Party people

Watercrest Senior Living Group entertained almost 100 associates and guests at its inaugural “white party,” named for the color of clothing attendees were asked to wear. Find out more, and learn how to submit your photos!

From CCRC to maternity

An expansion at a New Jersey continuing care retirement community will benefit expectant mothers and their babies in Africa. Read more, and find out how to submit your photos!

Here come the residents

Four Brandywine Living at Princeton residents recently came together to pay homage to the Beatles by reproducing the photo on the cover of the iconic 1969 album “Abbey Road.” Find out more, and learn how to submit your photos!

Food fun

Wake Robin residents, staff members, construction workers and prospective residents have been enjoying food trucks throughout the summer. Read more, and learn how to submit your photos!

Senior ‘stay-cation’

Residents and friends of Juniper Village at Brookline’s Wellspring Memory Care in State College, PA, recently took a virtual trip to the beach. Find out more, and learn how to submit your photos!

Help with hydration

Senior living communities across the country have been helping older adults stay hydrated this summer by creating hydration kits and consistently offering water and other options for liquids. Find out more, and learn how to submit your photos!

A time for toiletries

Residents at La Costa Glen retirement community in Carlsbad, CA, have been repurposing hotel toiletries to help a women’s resource center. Read more, and learn how to submit your photos!

A truckload of charity

The Village at Gainesville in Gainesville, FL, recently donated a truckload of used appliances from its residences to the Bread of the Mighty Food Bank. Read more, and learn how to submit your photos!

Patriotic parade

More than 100 residents and employees of Vi at Bentley Village in Naples, FL, participated in a golf cart parade to celebrate the Fourth of July. Find out more, and learn how to submit your photos!
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Random acts of kindness

Residents from Sodalis Senior Living communities throughout Texas are giving back to their greater communities through their monthly “Random Acts of Kindness” events.
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Fun with fitness

Residents at Brandywine Living at The Savoy in Little Neck, NY, celebrated National Senior Health and Fitness Day. Learn more, and find out how to submit your photos!
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A ‘litter’ bit of fun

The memory care residents at Poet’s Walk Round Rock in Round Rock, TX, are sharing their home with a litter of kittens. Learn more, and find out how to submit your photos!

Not just horsing around

Residents of the memory support unit at Trezevant Terrace completed 10 weeks of equine therapy and therapeutic horseback riding lessons. Learn more, and find out how to submit your photos!

Bringing in the outdoors

Garvey Manor and Our Lady of the Alleghenies Residence recently hosted an outdoor show. Find out more, and learn how to submit your photos!

$3 million milestone

Oak Crest in Parkville, MD, recently passed the $3 million mark in the amount of scholarship funds the community has awarded to employees over the past 22 years. Find out more, and learn how to submit your photos!

This activity is the tops

Residents of Brookdale Sarasota Central in Sarasota, FL, decorated hats in anticipation of a Kentucky Derby party. Find out more, and learn how to submit your photos!

Guess who visited?

Long-time television writer and producer Norman Lear recently returned to University Village Thousand Oaks in Thousand Oaks, CA, where earlier in the year he filmed the pilot for his new TV program, “Guess Who Died?” Find out more, and learn how to submit your photos!
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