Eagle's Trace
Former First Lady Barbara Bush at school

For the past four years, volunteers from 

Eagle's Trace
doctor and patient discussing advance directives

Ann Badami-Vacante has spent enough time in the health care industry to recognize an outstanding integrated care model when she sees it.

A retired pediatric nurse with 35 years of experience, Ann moved from Pensacola, Fla., nine years ago to live with her son and his wife in Katy, Tex.

Eagle's Trace
Mellie and Bob Bratcher

Houston’s unpredictable weather can’t stop a party at

Tallgrass Creek
Cary Raetzel

Cary Raetzel only moved three miles from her former home in Overland Park, Kans., to her new home at

Ann's Choice
Lila and Jack McKean

After 53 years in their large split-level house in Holland, Pa., Lila McKean had tired of cleaning three bathrooms and no longer wanted a big kitchen. 

She and her husband Jack also wanted to secure their future. “If something happened to Jack, I couldn’t take care of the house,” Lila says. “If something happened to me, he wouldn’t want to.”

Lantern Hill
Lantern Hill community, New Providence, N.J.

Erickson Living is getting ready for the arrival of a new addition to its family. In February 2014, the nation-leading developer of continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) broke ground on Lantern Hill, a 540,000-square-foot community in New Providence, N.J. 

Susan Coulson has been Seabrook’s sales counselor for the last decade.

Susan Coulson knows Seabrook like the back of her hand. She should; she’s worked there for ten years. 

Nine years ago, Pat Hann chose a one-bedroom Brighton-style apartment home at Seabrook, the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J. Today, she’s still confident in both of her decisions—her floor plan and her lifestyle.

Pat Hann moved to Seabrook nine years ago, and she has not once doubted her decisions: a maintenance-free, vibrant lifestyle; a one-bedroom Brighton apartment home; and days filled with activity.