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Wind Crest
Astronomer and author Richard Edgar poses with his telescope in the den of his Newbury-style apartment home.

Richard Edgar has a lot in common with his neighbors directly below him in Wind Crest’s newest residence building, Prospect Crossing. 

Wind Crest
Marcia and Jerry Anderson moved to Wind Crest with their six-year-old Cavachons, Teddy Bear (Teddy) and Tiffany Love (Tiffy) from New Hampshire. They’ve all made new friends in their new home.

Teddy Bear and Tiffany Love (Tiffy) wait patiently as their mom places one treat on each paw and one on their noses. She leaves the room. They wait. She comes back. They wait. Finally, she gives them the command to eat, and they happily release from their poised pose and gobble their treats in an instant. 

Windsor Run
Windsor Run community member Bob Mack (far right) spends quality time with the four students from St. Gabriel School who wrote about his life.

“A child needs a grandparent, anybody’s grandparent, to grow a little more securely into an unfamiliar world.”—authors Charles and Ann Morse

Windsor Run
Sharing her personal experience moving to Windsor Run, community member Pat Bell speaks to guests at a bimonthly lunch and learn event.

Since receiving a “Healthiest Employers of Greater Charlotte” award from the Charlotte Business Journal, a record number of people are visiting Windsor Run, the Erickson Living community in Matthews, N.C.

Tallgrass Creek

Tallgrass Creek residents enjoy a wide variety of fitness classes, such as the popular Stretch and Strengthen class pictured above. The 48 weekly land-based fitness and aquatics classes address every level of fitness and are designed to increase strength, flexibility, balance, and aerobic capacity. 

Tallgrass Creek
The dance floor frequently fills during the “Mix It Up Wednesday” happy hour in Tallgrass Creek’s Sunflower Bistro where residents gather to chat, listen to music, and dance.

Tallgrass Creek community members gather in the community clubhouse’s comfortable living room several times a month to enjoy toe-tapping entertainment provided by performers from around the Kansas City area.

Tallgrass Creek
Pat and Rich McCartney enjoy the garden just outside their home at Tallgrass Creek in Overland Park, Kans. Pat is known for her beautiful greeting cards that feature pressed flowers from her garden.

When Pat and Rich McCartney began their search for a retirement community, they made a list of four things they wanted.  

Seabrook
Cindy Malmo poses with her custom made Murphy bed.

Finding the right home to spend your retirement isn’t just about affordability. Or amenities. Or the food. It’s not just about continuing care or the size and style of your home. It’s about all of those things. It’s about finding a home that offers you the most value, which comes in many shapes and sizes. 

Seabrook
A man and woman in dark blue shirts smile for the camera.

Ray and Shirley Wagenhorst had vision when they first saw their Harrison-style two-bedroom, two-bath apartment home at Seabrook. And that’s all it took to move them from “Are we ready?” to “Let’s do this now. We’re ready.”

The tipping point