Ann's Choice
Ann’s Choice resident Doris Meyer travels to Germany every year to hike in the Alps.

This spring, Ann’s Choice resident Doris Meyer locked her door, completed a sign-out sheet, and left for a two-week European cruise on the Elbe River. As she cruised from Prague to Berlin, she never worried about her home at Erickson Living’s community in Bucks County, Pa.

Ann's Choice
The den in Bernice and Milt Salamon’s home at Ann’s Choice showcases a beautiful wall hanging purchased on a trip to Israel.

Choice , the Erickson Living community in Bucks County, Pa., is 98% sold out, but folks who join its priority list can shorten the wait for their dream home.

Brooksby Village
Helen Millican sits in her Brooksby apartment home with a copy of the advertisement for a recent Lexington Meet and Greet. She co-chairs the group with a Brooksby neighbor who also hails from Lexington.

Lexington, Mass., was Helen Millican’s home from the time she was a preschooler. She grew up there, married a man from the town, raised her children, and taught swimming lessons to many of the town’s children. Townspeople also knew the Millicans for the garden center they owned.

Brooksby Village

On one end of the living room, a grand piano topped with music sheets begs to be played. In another corner, a built-in, floor-to-ceiling bookcase invites readers. And on every surrounding wall, carefully selected paintings complete the elegant atmosphere created by Alice and Carl Wathne. 

Cedar Crest
A flash mob of 13 aerobics class members surprised breakfasting volunteers with a five-minute choreographed dance routine. Led by aerobics instructor and fellow neighbor Joann West, they danced to “Dirty Dancing” and “Hot, Hot, Hot!”

If anyone was sleepy at breakfast on the morning of April 10, they got a wake-up call when a flash mob of 13 of their neighbors moved up to the dance floor and assembled into a “flash mob” where they danced for approximately five minutes to “Dirty Dancing” and “Hot, Hot, Hot!” 

Cedar Crest
Renée Polay kept the décor in her new home simple yet nostalgic. With help from Cedar Crest’s personal moving consultant, she chose furniture and décor from her old house that would fit perfectly in the open floor plan of her Brighton-style apartment home

Renée Polay loves her new home, and she’s not afraid to show it.

Lantern Hill
Kathy Banks, a long-time resident of New Providence and Berkeley Heights, becomes Lantern Hill’s sales counselor. “Lantern Hill will be the perfect solution for people living in this area who want to stay in this area,” she says.

Kathy Banks is no stranger to New Providence, N.J. In fact, she and her husband, community leader Bill Hoefling, have lived in the niche area of Berkeley Heights and New Providence for 36 years. And she’s not going anywhere. 

Lantern Hill

When it comes to retirement living, options are endless. The continuing care retirement community (CCRC) offers various levels of living all in one place, making it a popular choice for retirees everywhere. 

Linden Ponds
Tom and Eva Marx in their Linden Ponds apartment home. Tom participates five days a week in the Intermissions program right on campus.

From memory-sharpening exercises to comprehensive cognitive care, those who live at Linden Ponds have access to a wide range of memory support.