rehabilitation gym

Allen Taylor knew about Springs, the Erickson Living community in North Dallas, long before he needed its services.

man and woman with dog

Springs resident Joyce Kleinert signed up for a Facebook account in 2008, four years after then-Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg developed the social media site.

woman standing at a microphone

Springs, the Erickson Living community in North Dallas, recently welcomed Lana Van Giesen as director of resident life. In her new position, Van Giesen oversees the departments of community resources, pastoral care, fitness, social work, and home health. 

woman standing at a microphone

“Dallas is the only city in the world where you can talk all day and get paid for it,” says Joy Davis, a professional book reviewer who’s been on the speaking circuit for more than four decades.

Joy’s career got its start in the mid-1960s, when her husband Jewell, an electrical engineer with LTV Corporation, was transferred to Dallas.

Eagles Trace residents meet Highland Springs

Texans vs. Cowboys. Astros vs. Rangers. Reliant Arena vs. Jerry s World. When it comes to Texas rivalries, Houston and Dallas can be fiercely competitive. But on a crisp, fall day, those tensions were all but erased as representatives from each city shared a meal and an afternoon of lively conversation.

Highland Springs Gala

Little Nick Bacarella didn t mind staying out past his bedtime as he twirled in the arms of his mom, Aimee, on the dance floor at Highland Springs annual gala. The toddler enjoyed his second gala in as many years at the North Dallas community where his great-grandfather Wayne Lewis lives.

North Dallas chorus practice

“Where words leave off, music begins.” –Heinrich Heine

As the late summer months melted into fall, Highland Springs resident Gene Lawrence found himself pouring over musical scores for the community’s annual holiday concert.

Anna Hughes

For Anna Hughes, retirement planning can be summed up in one phrase: peace of mind.

“I’m originally from Ireland, and my family is still there,” says Anna, a retired nurse who has lived in Texas for the past 41 years. “When you don’t have family nearby, you have to look after yourself.”

Miniature golf

It may not have the allure of Augusta or the prestige of the Old Course at St Andrews in Scotland, but the 18-hole miniature golf course inside Highland Springs garners its own brand of acclaim.