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    What Does it Cost?

    What does it cost? The real costs of moving into a Retirement Community.Congratulations, you have finally made it- it’s time to enjoy retirement! Could moving to a retirement community be the right fit for you?   Read More

  • Fellowship, Faith and Friends -- Why Church Involvement is Critical for Senior Adults

    When I was a young girl, I went to church with my parents, but I didn’t really understand the spiritual part of why I was there. As a young adult, I went to church, but it wasn’t every week. And when I started having my children, I went because that is just what parents are supposed to do.   Read More

  • Nutrition: An Important Part of Your Aging Story

    As a senior, it is important to maintain a positive nutritional routine to promote good health and overall positive wellbeing. As one ages, there are many factors that lead to a decrease in nutrition, including: social isolation, illness, and changing taste buds. Poor nutrition in seniors can lead to increased falls, infection, and further social isolation.How can this nutritional decline be prevented?You can write your own aging story!   Read More

  • Three Reasons Why Moving out of My Home was the Right Thing for Me

    The Langford’s Writers Club spent time penning the benefits that come from making the move from their home to a community and why it was the best decision for them. Three key reasons were mentioned time and time again by residents. Here is why moving out of their home and into a senior community was the right thing for them: The move is a gift to your children, and your family.You receive a speedy response from the maintenance team when repairs or home maintenance is needed.   Read More

  • What should you expect when you move to a senior community?

    Thoughts Developed During our Experience at “The Langford”A person or couple should downsize and move to a retirement community while they are still healthy and able to make their own decisions. Moving is difficult after you are more than 75 years old and earlier if you are disabled or in poor health. You should not burden your children or relatives with the responsibility to handle the problems of moving you later, which likely will interrupt their business or family lives for many months or ye...  Read More

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