In the last decade or so, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management and Age Wave, a consulting firm specializing in issues related to aging, have co-launched a variety of studies to learn more about the goals, attitudes, and desires of today’s retirees.
There’s More in Common than You Think.
Although there’s a gap in generations, today’s seniors and millennials share a similar desire to downsize, declutter, and simplify their homes and finances.
According to US News, a new study found that seniors who regularly take walks may experience benefits specifically related to brain health and cognition. The study found that adults over the age of 60 years old struggling with memory issues were better able to focus and process information if they walked more than 4,000 steps in one day, or roughly two miles. Check out the article for more information, and be sure to consult your physician prior to beginning any exercise regimen.
Aging is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.” – Anonymous
Jonathan King went back to his boyhood to create the signature dish that landed him in the finals of Life Care Services’ national Chef of the Year competition.
The Heritage opened a new auditorium on Monday, and plans to open a new dining room, a day spa, an indoor pool and almost 100 new apartments by this summer. The expansion also includes 11 assisted living beds. Construction started in the fall of 2017.
Resident Evelyn Sylar and Marketing Director Judy Good of The Heritage at Brentwood explain how seniors can move in when they’re independent and never have to worry about any level of future health care.
Williamson County Commission voted late last year to rename the soccer field after Reagan. He was honored at a dedication ceremony for the name change last week.
On Monday September 10th, 23 of our Heritage Residents loaded a bus with their destination unknown. It was time again…
On Thursday, September 6th, The Heritage at Brentwood hosted a whimsical workshop entitled “Juggling Your Senior Living Options”. This event…