Across the enterprise, new protocols are in place to keep everyone safe, including additional cleaning and sanitizing of common areas. Here, a woman wearing eye glasses and a blue surgical mask, wipes down the railing on a staircase with disinfectant.

Do you worry about riding out another pandemic, hurricane, or snowstorm alone in your home? Do you feel safe coming home to an empty house after dark? What would you do if you had a medical emergency and couldn’t get to the phone?   

Brooksby Village
Amanda Cunha received a knife set from the dining services team at Brooksby Village to celebrate her graduation from the Erickson University School of Culinary Arts. She's wearing a dark blue chefs coat and a light blue surgical mask.

School may look a little different this academic year for students across the nation. Online learning, adjusted days or hours, and physical distancing are all measures implemented to slow the spread of COVID-19. New circumstances require creative learning opportunities.

Ashby Ponds
Executive Director Will Nance appears on Daily Update, where he provides the latest news and information from around campus on Ashby Ponds’ in-house TV channel.

In April, the local Fox News affiliate, Fox 5 DC, shared video footage of Ashby Ponds community members joining together daily in song during the COVID-19 shelter at home directive. But performing in front of the cameras is nothing new to members of this Erickson Living-managed community in Ashburn, Va. 

Ashby Ponds
Ashby Ponds Sales Director Holly Henderson (pictured far right) expertly leads her team in meeting the needs of both current and future residents throughout the COVID-19 precautions.

Worldwide, the arrival of COVID-19 ushered in the advent of a new “normal,” complete with carefully thought out safety precautions and protocols. For the sales team at Ashby Ponds, an Erickson Living-managed community in Ashburn, Va.

Ann's Choice
Gary Hattal’s vast collection of signed baseballs are displayed in his Ann’s Choice apartment home.

Gary Hattal always loved baseball. He has fond childhood memories of his family gathered around their first TV—black and white, of course—watching the Phillies play on Sunday afternoons.

Siena Lakes
Tricia and Fred Neer say they are eager to move to Siena Lakes. They've already selected their apartment home style called The Marina. They're seen here smiling and standing on a balcony, with a pool and a beach behind them.

Fred and Tricia Neer are eagerly waiting to move into Siena Lakes, the continuing care retirement community being built in North Naples, Fla. 

Siena Lakes
This rendering portrays the lanai by the water at Siena Lakes.

When considering a continuing care retirement community, you also have to think about its financial value. Siena Lakes, the new Erickson Senior Living-managed community coming to North Naples, offers a onetime entrance fee, plus a monthly service fee to wrap all of your monthly bills into one.

Siena Lakes
A overhead shot of the construction at Siena Lakes

Siena Lakes, Erikson Senior Living’s managed community being built in North Naples, Fla., is excited to share new progress photos, including Fountain View, the first residence building, and the amenity-packed Piazza Clubhouse. 

Lantern Hill
An older woman folds an orange shirt over a box, labeled "donate."

If you’re thinking about moving to a retirement community and worried about how to downsize your home, don’t let this deter you. Certainly, one of the most dreaded but rewarding aspects of moving at any age is sorting through what to keep and what to toss.