Recent Blog Posts

3 Ways to Save Time as an Activity Director

Centered in any great senior living community is an even greater Activity Director. As an Activity Director, it is your job to enrich the lives of those residents whom you are engaging with every day. By working with Activity Directors all over the country, we have...

read more

Inspirations

When I look back and think of who or what inspired me to be the person I am today and what continues to inspire me, I immediately think of my family and friends.  There are always other temporary inspirations in my life, but I always find myself returning to those two...

read more

Socialization Across Generations

If you were to take a look around you, what would you see? I find myself looking around and seeing many individuals having social interactions. However, most of these “social” interactions are not done face to face, but instead through the use of technology. Today, we...

read more

Independent, Yet Connected

Going to college was the first time I ever had to fend for myself.  It was the first time that I wasn’t living under my parents’ roof, eating their food or driving around in their cars. I was finally an independent person, living completely on my own. In a small...

read more

Are You Getting Your Money’s Worth?

Cost The median cost to stay in an assisted living community in the U.S. has a monthly cost of about $3,750 according to Andrew Lisa in the article, The Typical Cost of Senior Care in Every State. The monthly cost can be quite the financial burden for many residents...

read more

Learning to Listen

If you’re like me, you can think of a few people off the top of your head who are excellent listeners. The Bible tells us in the book of Proverbs that “The way of a fool is right in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to advice.” This specific verse brings up a...

read more