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Why now is the time to move to an Erickson Living-managed community

The New Year’s Eve ball has dropped, the holiday craziness is winding down, and you finally have some time to think about what you want to accomplish in the year ahead.

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New Year, new home:Make the resolution to downsize

The holidays are an exciting time to move into a new home. Settling in before the New Year means a fresh start on the next, best chapter of your life in retirement.

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When downsizing, small steps make a big difference

Now is the perfect time of year to open the windows, sweep out the cobwebs, and start clearing out the clutter. But where do you begin? My advice: start small.

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June 27, 2017 Some people find their calling at an early age. Others, like Charlestown's Julian Bauer, discover hidden talents later in life. At 75, Julian wrote his first novel, The Scholar's Challenge. This month, he celebrates his eighty-secon...
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May 31, 2017 Helen Keller passed away 49 years ago this month, yet her inspirational legacy lives on. The well-known author, speaker, and activist, whose illness at the age of 19 months left her deaf and blind, was born on June 27, 1880, and die...
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May 7, 2017 Mona and Stan Wilush found their perfect retirement place when they moved to Maris Grove from Bear, Del., south of Wilmington. Though they learned about Erickson Living's retirement community in Delaware County, Pa., before construc...
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February 16, 2017 Betty Caldwell never has a shortage of things to photograph. Just outside her front door, she has access to 110 acres, including a half-mile-long wooded nature trail with nearly seventy different species of wildflowers and thirty sp...
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