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Ashby Ponds
The 16 young people on stage here are the George Mason University Cabaret singers. Everyone is wearing black dresses or suits and singing.

"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.”—Plato

Ann's Choice
Trudy Sellers is pictured here in her home at Ann's Choice. Trudy wears glasses and red top, with a golden broach on her left shoulder.

Trudy Sellers is upbeat, charming, and very busy. Her lilting German accent punctuates her conversation. From her sunny attitude, you’d never suspect how painful her childhood was. Like so many of her compatriots born before or during WWII, her life was filled with trauma. 

Ann's Choice
An example of one possible layout of furniture in the living room of a Brighton apartment home, a one bedroom floor plan at Ann's Choice.

Good things definitely come in small, but thoughtfully designed, packages like the Brighton model at Ann’s Choice, an Erickson Living-managed community in Warminster, Pa.

Windsor Run
A view of the landscape and residence building at Windsor Run. The outside space is lush, green, and pristine.

Spring is in the air at Windsor Run, an Erickson Living-managed community in Matthews, N.C. As the beautiful, 60-acre campus begins to bloom, the sales center is meeting with a record number of people interested in learning more about moving to this sought-after community.

Windsor Run
Windsor Run celebrated the beginning of construction of its continuing care neighborhood during a groundbreaking ceremony in October. (Left) George Comfort, Gregg Colon, Pat Bell, Bob Mack, and Matthew Narrett, M.D.

“Knowing that continuing care will be available at Windsor Run was a real plus when making our independent living decision,” says community member Robert Mercer. “My wife and I both remember struggling with geographical displacement matters when assisting with care for our own parents.

Wind Crest
Diane Martinac is seen here in her home at Wind Crest. She is wearing a blue crewneck sweatshirt with her community name tag pinned to her chest. There's a set of wooden shelves behind her.

“I find that a lot of times when people retire, they don’t know what to do with themselves,” says Diane Martinac, who retired from Lockheed Martin after 39 years in configuration and data management. 

Wind Crest
Jerry and Marcia Anderson, with their Cavachons Teddy Bear and Tiffany Love, had been on Wind Crest’s priority list for ten years when a brand-new apartment home in Prospect Crossing inspired them to move sooner from New England.

“There’s never been a better time to join the priority list at Wind Crest,” says Sales Counselor Sandy Shelpuk. “As we prepare to open two new residence buildings this year, Summit Square and Quincy Point, it’s so important to plan now to make sure an apartment home is available when you’re ready to move.”

Tallgrass Creek
Harlan Stamper performs with his daughter and granddaughters during karaoke. He is wearing a blue checked shirt with a red vest and everyone is wearing a Christmas related hat.

Harlan Stamper performs with his daughter and granddaughters during a rambunctious night of karaoke at Tallgrass Creek, an Erickson Living-managed community in Overland Park, Kans.

Tallgrass Creek
A large group of people, including a mix of men and women of all ages, celebrate wearing red shirts with the Chiefs logo.

Tallgrass Creek residents and staff celebrated with fans around the entire country when the Kansas City Chiefs brought home the Lombardi trophy from Super Bowl LIV in Miami, Fla. Residents enjoyed a lively traditional barbecue tailgate gathering earlier when the Chiefs won the AFC Championship in January.