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Ashby Ponds
Bruschetta

When Ashby Ponds’ new continuing care neighborhood opens in early 2014, guests can expect a dining services program designed to please.

Linden Ponds
Man moving boxes

Elinor and Haskell Maude were spending the winter in Florida last year when they noted a trend: Their friends in the area were struggling with health problems, challenges made more difficult because they were without family nearby. At the time, the Maudes were living in their house of 17 years on Cape Cod in Mashpee, Mass., at least an hour drive from each of their three children.

Highland Springs
Dale Hooper and Bob Brenner

Bob Brenner vividly recalls a pivotal moment in his spiritual journey.

“I’m Jewish, and my wife Viva and I are long-time members of Congregation Shearith Israel in Dallas,” says Bob. “About 25 years ago, members of the All Saints Catholic Community invited our congregation to share what we believe.”

Greenspring
Greenspring celebrates diversity with annual expo

In my opinion, Greenspring fully represents tolerance and acceptance of others, says community member Libby Haynes. Our community demonstrates what I believe America should be. We all accept each other as individuals doing their best.

Tallgrass Creek
Tallgrass Creek's continuing care neighborhood goes above and beyond

Phase one of the new continuing care neighborhood at Tallgrass Creek will soon open its doors offering residents and their families a customized, compassionate approach to assisted living.

Oak Crest
Duckpin bowling pins

Most people live for the weekend. But Tuesday is Katherine Rigney’s favorite day of the week. That’s the day she gets to do what she loves most: bowl.

Riderwood
Louis Varella

In July, Riderwood welcomed Louis Varella to its management team as associate executive director. Varella brings with him 25 years of operations and finance experience in the senior living industry.

Linden Ponds
A motorcycle

After years as a volunteer librarian and then as an administrative consultant in publishing, Suzanne Monk knew her retirement years would also involve books.

Greenspring
Greenspring's safety and security assistance

Fifteen years ago, the doors first opened to Greenspring, an Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va. With open arms, Sheila Willing greeted the first residents on that momentous day. Now, more than 2,000 greetings later, she continues to welcome people to this popular community.