Fox Run
Jeanette Coviak, seen here with short hair and a floral shirt, has lived at Fox Run for about 15 years and was recently elected to the Resident Advisory Council, which serves as a liaison between community members and staff.

Jeanette Coviak has lived at Fox Run since 2005. She’s always been an active member of the community, but she recently decided to get even more involved by running for the Resident Advisory Council (RAC), an important and influential committee that serves as a liaison between community members and staff.

Eagle's Trace
Austin Square, a residence building now under construction at Eagle’s Trace, will bring 150 apartment homes and new amenities to the bustling community when it opens in 2021. This conceptual rendering shows the future building.

Eagle’s Trace, the senior living community developed and managed by Erickson Living in West Houston, recently announced the construction of Austin Square, a new residence building scheduled to open in spring of 2021.

Eagle's Trace
The design experts at Eagle’s Trace can help you select a variety of interior upgrades to customize your apartment home. This layout, with dark wooden cabinets, stainless steel finishes, and a grey subway tile backsplash, demonstrates the kitchen.

When Fred and Elinor Weitzel walked into a two-bedroom, two-bath Manchester-style apartment on the first floor of the Plum Tree Terrace residence building at Eagle’s Trace, they knew they’d found their next home.

Eagle's Trace
Peter Han, seen here smiling at an ambassador's event, considered all the reasons he and his wife Karin could benefit from a move to Eagle’s Trace.

Peter Han knows how easy it can be to second-guess an important decision, especially one as significant as choosing to move to a senior living community.

Cedar Crest
Personal Moving Consultant Anne Connor meets with prospective residents in their house, armed with a magnetic floor plan of their new apartment home at Cedar Crest. 

There’s a reason why most people who move to Cedar Crest say it’s the easiest move they’ve ever made. They have a secret weapon. Personal Moving Consultant Anne Connor provides personalized assistance to help make the load—and the experience—a lot lighter. 

Cedar Crest
Two older women sit by the pool in bathing suits, smiling.

Summer’s high temps are just around the corner. But you don’t have to just sit around inside all day. Community members who live at Cedar Crest stay active year-round, regardless of the weather. 

Lake Charles, Charlestown’s three-acre lake is stocked with fish and attracts many different kinds of wildlife.

If there is any truth to the adage, "Nature itself is the best physician," (and research shows there is) then residents of Charlestown, a community located on 110 park-like acres in Catonsville, Md., have reason to rejoice. 

Betty Jackson, who lives at Charlestown, published a booklet about the many different random acts of kindness that occur at the Catonsville community every day. She's seen here holding the booklet in front of a fireplace at Charlestown.

Technically, Random Acts of Kindness Awareness Day was February 17, but for residents who live at Charlestown, a community located in Catonsville, Md., kindness is in season every day of the year. 

Brooksby Village
Cast members Ed Vaeni, from left, Nancy Nazaroff, and Loren Schechter following Theatre at the Pond’s successful production of Won’t You See My Neighbors? at Brooksby Village.

One of the longest-running activities at Brooksby Village, the senior living community developed and managed by Erickson Living in Peabody, Mass., is the resident-led theater group, Theatre at the Pond.