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Oak Crest
Melisa Batac is a sales counselor at Oak Crest in Parkville, Md. Using tools like live video, apartment tours can continue even at a distance.

Whether ordering a pizza or buying a home, the advent of technology means you can pretty much find whatever you’re looking for online, without ever leaving home. 

Linden Ponds
Best friends Linda Lowe (left) and Ann Gilman moved to Linden Ponds last June within a few days of one another.

Ann Gilman and Linda Lowe met while teaching in the Boston public school system more than 40 years ago and quickly formed a friendship. They only worked together for one year, but they stayed in touch and even went on to get their master’s degrees in special education together. Their friendship deepened over the years and has stood the test of time.

Highland Springs
Highland Springs offers a sensible financial structure and peace of mind, making it a great value among senior living options in North Texas. You'll be free to enjoy beautiful landscaping and gorgeous amenities without worrying about yard work.

During both his working years and retirement, John Bird has kept a finger on the pulse of his community.

He spent his career with Celanese Corporation, making several moves across Texas before retiring in Dallas in 1995.

Fox Run
Bob and Sue Van Vleet spend their winters in Florida and come home to Fox Run for the spring, summer, and fall.

For many Michigan retirees, spending the winters in a warm climate like Florida and returning home to be with family and friends for the spring, summer, and fall strikes the perfect balance. Moving to a retirement community like Fox Run doesn’t mean your snowbird days are over. In fact, many residents say living at Fox Run makes it easier to get away for months at a time.

Eagle's Trace
In February, priority list members attended an exclusive brunch to learn more about Austin Square, a new residence building scheduled to open at Eagle’s Trace in 2021.

Eagle’s Trace, the Erickson Living-managed community in West Houston, is now accepting reservations for Austin Square, a new residence building scheduled to open in 2021.

Featuring new apartment homes in a variety of one and two-bedroom floor plans, Austin Square is the highly anticipated third building in the community’s second neighborhood. 

Cedar Crest
Bruce and Margaret Campbell chose Cedar Crest after extensive research of other area retirement communities. They're seen here in their Cedar Crest apartment.

When researching retirement living options, one aspect should be at or near the top of your priority list: financial stability. 

Charlestown
This layout features Charlestown's Brighton floor plan.

For the last thirteen years, Sharon Matthiesen enjoyed the warm weather and sandy beaches of Florida’s Gulf coast. But when she and her late husband decided they wanted to be closer to family, they returned to their roots in Maryland in search of their next home.

Brooksby Village
Larry Chiappetta compared the financial structure of continuing care retirement communities across New Hampshire and Massachusetts and chose Brooksby Village for its exceptional value.

As a retired high school teacher and administrator, Larry Chiappetta understands the value of homework.

That was especially true when he began researching senior living options in 2017.

Ashby Ponds

Joanne Harney understands the importance of being prepared for all that life throws her way.

Moving to Ashby Ponds, an Erickson Living-managed community in Ashburn, Va., in 2009 with her husband Greg, the need to plan for the future weighed heavily on her mind.