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Fox Run
Beverly Stein is one of the many tech-savvy retirees living at Fox Run. She uses Lyft to order rides and Facebook to keep in touch with family and friends.

These days, it’s not only young people who use technology to stay connected and make their lives easier. In fact, people age 65 and older are embracing technology more than ever. 

Eagle's Trace
Stephen Aigner (left) executive director at Eagle’s Trace, raises a toast to the Treasure Chest. The resale shop recently surpassed a half million dollars in sales.

This calls for champagne and cake.

The Treasure Chest at Eagle’s Trace, an onsite resale shop, surpassed a half a million dollars in sales over the summer.

“It’s really quite incredible when you consider we sell most items at modest prices,” says Donna Schlitt, vice president of the Treasure Chest board. 

Eagle's Trace
Dennis Stewart’s recent visit to the Serengeti in Northern Tanzania brought him within feet of Africa’s most recognizable wildlife, like the lions seen laying in the grass here.

When Dennis Stewart drove into Houston, Tex., in 2016, after a three-day road trip from Washington, D.C., he had only a vague idea of what his new lifestyle might be.

Eagle's Trace
Sales Counselor Jodie Schroeder is your resource to learn more about the engaging lifestyle waiting for you at Eagle’s Trace.

If you’ve been considering a move to a senior living community, chances are you have questions.

At Eagle’s Trace, the Erickson Living community in West Houston, a dedicated team of sales professionals can walk you through every step of the process. 

Cedar Crest
Helen and David Steinberg have embraced the worry-free lifestyle at Cedar Crest, seen here in the fitness center, by staying active and engaged regardless of the weather outside.

With winter around the corner, Cedar Crest is experiencing a rush of appointments with people who don’t want to spend another winter in their house. 

The weatherproof community provides everything one needs to live a healthy, active, engaged life under one roof.  

Cedar Crest
Rose Marie Armstrong, seen here in her home at Cedar Crest, brought friends along when she visited Cedar Crest, and their positive reaction helped her see it was a great place to live.

With the holidays around the corner, many retirees are scheduling personal tours at Cedar Crest with their families. The Erickson Living community in Pequannock Township, N.J., offers tours daily by appointment and hosts special events like the holiday luncheons on November 13 and December 4. 

Charlestown
After attending a home expo, Jim and Joanna Mallon decided to sell their house in Anne Arundel County, Md., and move to Charlestown, an Erickson Living community in Catonsville.

Joanna and Jim Mallon know a good thing when they see one. Just five months after attending a home expo at Charlestown, the Erickson Living community in Catonsville, Md., they sold their house in Gambrills and started enjoying the worry-free lifestyle they had been searching for. 

Charlestown
When she's not helping people find their dream home, Charlestown Sales Associate Patti Goldberg (center) loves spending time with her grandkids and cousins.

You’ve heard the saying, “Do what you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life.” It’s a philosophy Charlestown Sales Associate Patti Goldberg subscribes to wholeheartedly as she helps free people from the burdens of home ownership and enjoy an active, worry-free lifestyle.

Brooksby Village
Sales Manager Gina Fernandez (left) and Personal Moving Consultant Laurie Phillips are your resources to learn more about a vibrant, maintenance-free lifestyle at Brooksby in Peabody, Mass.

If you’ve been considering a move to a senior living community, chances are you have questions.

At Brooksby Village, the Erickson Living community in Peabody, Mass., a dedicated team of sales professionals can walk you through every step of the process.