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Riderwood
Kathy (right) and Rich (center) Loughlin are pictured here with their daughter, Marie Dixon, who works at the community as an occupational therapist.

Deciding where to live for your retirement is a big decision—there’s no denying that. A lot of information exists about different living options and the many factors to consider. But making this big decision is a little easier when you have all of the facts. 

Seabrook
Rosalie Gelernt enjoys apartment living

Apartment living is the life for Rosalie Gelernt. A New York City native, Rosalie says she appreciates the underestimated benefits of apartment living—a simpler lifestyle that allows her to live exactly the way she wants.

It’s a lifestyle that’s growing in popularity among older adults.

Seabrook
an American Flag

Jackie Cole

Being an American means having the freedom to decide what I want for myself and not to be told what to do. And for me, I think it’s the experience of meeting people from all over the world. I was fortunate enough to be able to travel once I reached my 60s. The more you travel, the more you find that everybody is basically the same.

Seabrook
Willy and Karin Goedeke traveling

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

Tallgrass Creek
Preparing to introduce a lecture from The Great Courses series are (from left) Joan Grant, Harlan Brockman, and Dee Berry.

It is 10 a.m. on a Saturday morning, and class is in session at Tallgrass Creek.  

Tallgrass Creek
Future resident Judy Oberkrom (right) and Sales Associate Sue LaBelle take a break from Tallgrass Creek’s Home Resources Expo to enjoy a delicious buffet of assorted finger foods.

Earlier this year, the Tallgrass Creek sales team welcomed about 150 guests, to learn firsthand how easy and affordable a move to the Overland Park, Kans., retirement community can be. 

Wind Crest
Wind Crest Dining department has opened a new restaurant, Burtons

Wind Crest is spicing things up with the opening of Burton’s, an Asian-fusion style restaurant on campus at the Highlands Ranch, Colo., Erickson Living community. 

“It’s fresh, it’s different from our other restaurants, and it’s what our residents resoundingly asked for,” says Dining Director Tom Carlson.

Wind Crest
Tony  Stephenson Wind Crest’s sales counselor

With the newest residence building at Wind Crest, Mt. Rosa Court, open just two months and nearly fully occupied, the Highlands Ranch, Colo., community’s priority list is at an all-time high. 

Windsor Run
Windsor Run celebrates with the official ribbon cutting.

The newest community members at Windsor Run, Erickson Living’s first North Carolina community, have a lot to celebrate.