Cousins-in-law Jane (left) and Helen Degnan cohost Seabrook Today, a daily live show, every other week for the community’s in-house television station.

Cousins-in-law Jane and Helen Degnan are closer now than they have been since they were teenagers.

Les Carr (right) buys fresh produce from local farmer Jennifer Scarborough.

Les Carr (right) buys fresh produce from local farmer Jennifer Scarborough at the weekly farmer’s market held at Seabrook in Tinton Falls, N.J. 

Frank and Jo Cutler moved to one-level living at Seabrook in April from their house in Eatontown, N.J.

Twelve years ago, one of the black labs that Seeing Eye Dog trainers Frank and Jo Cutler had trained was rejected from the program due to an eye defect that restricted her peripheral vision. 

They kept her anyway.

(From left) Seabrook Performers Amelia Raziano, Assunta Lee, Marion Kleiner, Cynthia Gerstenberg, and Leo Heiden sing during a dress rehearsal for World of Cervantes in June.

The curtain rises and reveals a stage full of people frozen in time—except for one, Miguel de Cervantes, played by lifelong producer and director Lindo Meli. As Lindo recites his lines, he taps each character with his lance, and they spring to life.   

When you schedule a visit to Seabrook, you’ll meet Sales Counselor Dennise Baldwin (left) and Sales Associate Kristin Phillips, who both came to the Tinton Falls, N.J., Erickson Living community because family members worked and lived there.

If you haven’t visited Seabrook lately, you’ll want to schedule a visit. The Tinton Falls, N.J., community has some exciting news to share. (Seabrook is also stunning this time of year—the grounds crew keeps the 98-acre campus spotless and bursting with colorful blooms.)

Pat Driscoll (right) interviews Joseph Bennett on Seabrook Lives. New interchangeable vinyl panels or “skins,” comfortable chairs, and modern décor create a professional set for the shows produced in Seabrook’s newly renovated TV studio.

Ruth Lebo says Seabrook’s on-campus TV studio is a hidden gem. Nowadays, it’s shining a lot brighter and getting a lot more attention.

Seabrook priority list member Jim McCorkel (left) teaches qigong to Bernard Degnan and Bea Yeamans, who live at the Tinton Falls, N.J., community.

When Ben Yeh moved to Seabrook 13 years ago and started teaching tai chi, he simply did it to contribute to his fellow community members and “because I have to exercise myself, too,” he says.

Seabrook employee Valerie Simms (left) with resident Rosalind Van Bloem,.

Earlier this year, President Obama announced a new initiative to increase employment for America’s young people. The Summer Opportunity Project aims to “get young people into their first jobs and create strong transitions between school years and from high school to college and careers,” he wrote in a LinkedIn post announcing the initiative on February 25.

(From left) Seabrook Volunteer Program Coordinator Judy Seger awards Marcia and Bill Rubin the M.O.V.E.R. Award for volunteer service, alongside Associate Executive Director Todd Delaney.

It’s National Volunteer Month—a time to improve your health.