While seniors are generally considered “late adopters” for most technology, more and more older people are beginning to embrace the digital age. According to Pew Research, almost 60% of American seniors over age 65 are now online, a number that is increasing rapidly each year. Continue reading
For Larry and Gail Moon choosing a senior living community was an easy choice, and not just because he was the Executive Director at Friendship Village for 24 years. In fact, with all of the Senior Living options available in the market today, Larry says it was more about the warm, congenial spirit that makes Friendship Village a really special place to live, work and visit. Continue reading
The retirement living landscape is ever evolving, making it difficult to put a definitive classification on every community. There may be some overlap among the types of communities featured below and what they offer. The key factor in distinguishing a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) from other types of providers on this chart is a contractual guarantee that assisted living and/or healthcare services will be available for residents when required.