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How to Avoid Senior Isolation

How to Avoid Senior Isolation By Eric Eichhorst Things are bustling even more than usual here at Applewood– The holiday season brings friends and family from near and far, parties and festivities can be found around every corner, there is music in the air, and our seniors are in the middle of it all. “One of the deciding factors in seniors and their …
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Applewood Mind, Body, Spirit Health Fair Welcomes 150 Seniors

Applewood Mind, Body, Spirit Health Fair Welcomes 150 Seniors Applewood is a continuing care retirement community—CCRC—which means residents are provided with a wide variety of activities, events and services that support mental, physical and emotional health. In November, residents took advantage of free on-site blood pressure, blood sugar, hearing and memory assessment screenings from 20+ exhibitors, including the CentraState Healthcare System family and …
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Limited-Edition Opportunity for Cottage Home Retirement Living

Limited-Edition Opportunity for Cottage Home Retirement Living By Eric Eichhorst, Director of Sales & Marketing Retirees who prefer to continue living in a home, rather than an apartment, appreciate the varied floor plans of our duplex cottages. It’s easy to understand why ─ you have an easy-to-navigate ranch-style flow that comes with a homey front porch for relaxing and socializing, den or office and …
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Applewood Director of Dining Dishes on His Own Thanksgiving

Applewood Director of Dining Dishes on His Own Thanksgiving Do you ever wonder what chefs and culinary professionals prepare in their own homes for the holidays? Amidst the constant flurry of our Dining Services department, we corralled director Heath Braunstein to get the 411 on his family’s Thanksgiving plans this year. He sat down with us this week for a rapid-fire Q & …
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Pursue Your Hobbies and Share Your Passion at Applewood

Pursue Your Hobbies and Share Your Passion at Applewood Today’s baby boomers’ expect senior living to provide healthy activities, continuous intellectual growth, cultural diversity and endless opportunities to socialize. Research has proven time and again that older adults who are active participants in life, rather than relegated to the sidelines, are rewarded with less illness, more joy and less risk of depression. In …
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