Residents Sam Ray (left) and Paul Sundquist (right)

More and more, older adults are embracing technology. Grandparents use FaceTime to visit with out-of-town children and grandchildren and regularly log onto their email accounts to keep in touch with friends and swap pictures with relatives. 

Bob Williams, a former TV and radio producer, lends his professional communications experience to Fox Run’s Resident Advisory Council.

Retirement isn’t just a good time to pursue new hobbies. For many, it can be a chance to breathe new life into professional skills.

People who join Fox Run’s priority list reserve their place in line for their preferred apartment home style at this popular Novi, Mich., community.

If you think a move to Fox Run could be in your future, Associate Executive Director Fred Moschetta says joining the community’s priority list is a no-risk way to keep your options open. 

JV Anandan serves on the Fox Run Resident Advisory Council

JV Anandan spent his career in the health care industry. He was an assistant director and conducted research on dialysis at Henry Ford Hospital, and he was a professor at the School of Pharmacy at Wayne State University.

JV Anandan serves on the Fox Run Resident Advisory Council

JV Anandan spent his career in the health care industry. He was an assistant director and conducted research on dialysis at Henry Ford Hospital, and he was a professor at the School of Pharmacy at Wayne State University.

Fox Run resident Jan Riccinto

Music has played a tremendously important role in Jan Riccinto’s life. Her mother was a private piano and voice teacher, exposing Jan to music at a young age. When Jan moved to Fox Run, the Erickson Living community in Novi, Mich., she found a whole new audience for her music.

Fitness Coordinator Alice Hixson with resident Dona Browne

If you’re like most people, you’ll be making a resolution this month to get healthier—an excellent goal, but one that is often easier said than done. You swear you’ll eat more vegetables and lean protein but then end up feeling too tired to cook, so it’s takeout or processed prepared foods once again.

Fox Run resident Marge Ceh with her Chihuahua Josie

Among Fox Run’s most beloved residents are those with four legs and fur. In addition to more than 1,000 retirees, the Erickson Living community in Novi, Mich., is also home to many friendly and adorable dogs.

Fox Run Personal Moving Consultant Kristine Kluge

Many people choose to sell their houses in the spring—a time when many buyers are shopping and eager to move while the weather is mild and before a new school year begins. If you’re thinking about putting your house on the market this spring, you may be surprised to learn that the time to start preparing is now.