Lantern Hill
Lantern Hill residents Linda and Doug Smith enjoy a game of bocce ball.

The coronavirus pandemic has made many of our normal leisure activities and ways of socializing more difficult, if not downright impossible. However, during this challenging time, the outdoors has become a beacon of hope.


Worldwide, the arrival of COVID-19 ushered in the advent of a new "normal," complete with carefully thought-out safety precautions and protocols.

Avery Point
Avery Point's location offers the best of both worlds—tranquil surroundings but close enough to the hustle and bustle of the Short Pump area.

There are many reasons why you should consider moving to Avery Point, the new continuing care retirement community coming to Richmond, Va.

Linden Ponds
Linden Ponds' beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces offer plenty of opportunities for community members to spend time outside while practicing physical distancing.

Finding the right retirement community

Fox Run
Fox Run Sales Director Allison Murphy says that low interest rates coupled with low inventory is resulting in bidding wars on houses, where sellers are getting top dollar.

Understanding the American housing market in 2020

Eagle's Trace
Lynn Luton spent the at-home time caused by the COVID-19 pandemic taking pictures of the natural beauty on the 72-acre Eagle’s Trace campus, where she lives with her husband Bob.

Staring at a cleared calendar, Jim Gillespie considered his options. As the threat of COVID-19 brought about shutdowns and stay-at-home mandates, like most of us, Jim found himself with unexpected time on his hands.

Cedar Crest
Bernie Papa receives his basket of wine and cheese from Director of Dining Services Paul Cimins.

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve all had to make major adjustments to our daily lives to help curb the spread of the disease, like adhering to shelter in place orders. However, just because we’re all spending more time at home, that doesn’t mean there aren’t safe ways to have fun and stay engaged.

Eat, drink and be merry

Cedar Crest
Cedar Crest Fitness Specialist Colleen Fox teaches virtual fitness class on Cedar Crest TV.

Cedar Crest TV has always been popular with residents at the Erickson Living-managed community in Pequannock, N.J., for its variety of informative and entertaining programs.

Cedar Crest
Cedar Crest's preferred real estate agents and senior moving professionals have been using technology and a variety of approved safety measures to continue heping their clients sell their homes and move to Cedar Crest.

Despite the changes resulting from COVID-19, people throughout the country continue to search for, and purchase, their next home. According to Angela Sicoli, president of New Jersey Realtors, “tight inventory” coupled with low interest rates prime 2020 to be “another great year,” perhaps even better than 2019.