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Ann's Choice
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Pat Raup estimates she’s used nearly every service available at Choice, Erickson Living’s community in Bucks County, Pa. 

Wind Crest
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Currently, 14 Erickson Living communities across the U.S. have continuing care neighborhoods. With a proven track record, including a hospital readmission rate that’s half the national average, these communities already set Erickson Living apart as an industry leader.

Wind Crest
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Nearly everyone gets the “winter blues” now and then. The days are shorter, the nights are longer, and the cold air nips at your nose, making isolation more common during winter months. But some people suffer from a more severe form of depression.

Tallgrass Creek
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A flip of the calendar and the New Year is here again. But while Americans are toasting with champagne, scribbling resolutions we won’t keep, and eating black-eyed peas for good luck, others around the world are celebrating in their own traditional ways. 

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Tallgrass Creek
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With an on-schedule November opening, Creek’s continuing care neighborhood continues to welcome new residents to its beautifully designed assisted living apartments. 

Tallgrass Creek
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href="http://www.ericksonliving.com/kansas-city-area/kansas-city-area-senior-l"> Creek Director of Dining Services Lea England and Executive Chef Marc Lewis are all about cooking for a crowd. 

Highland Springs
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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.

Highland Springs
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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. 

Highland Springs
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“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.