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Ready, Set, Bloom: The Therapeutic Effects of Gardening

Therapeutic Gardening

“As we age, there are a wide variety of activities that have proven to be highly beneficial to our physical, emotional, cognitive and spiritual health.” Says, Joey Lotts, Director of Activities of Williamsburg Landing. “These include proactive endeavors such as exercise, social engagement, reading and healthy eating. Interestingly, interacting with nature has also been cited as an activity that offers significant tangible benefits to individuals. In particular, gardening has been shown to have highly therapeutic properties.”

6 Ways to Prepare for a Knee or Hip Replacement

If you or a loved one in your care has recently been told that you are in the need of knee or hip replacement surgery, you have a lot to take care of in the weeks ahead. By starting to prepare now, you can move toward your surgery with better peace of mind and take steps to help yourself recover more quickly.

Williamsburg Landing Appoints Gregory T. Storer, President and CEO

Gregory T. Storer, President and CEO

March 22, 2016 – Williamsburg, VA – Williamsburg Landing has appointed Gregory T. Storer, President and CEO, effective June 1, 2016.  Storer will succeed Stephen H. Montgomery, who is retiring after serving in the role for nine years. 

Leaving Your Legacy: Smart Gifting Options to Help You Fulfill Your Dreams

“If you are like many of our residents here at Williamsburg Landing, you’ve worked hard your entire life, you’ve earned your success and you’ve accumulated some well-deserved wealth,” says Sally Wolfe, Senior Director of Development at Williamsburg Landing in Williamsburg, Va. “The question for these and other families who are now living their retirement dreams often becomes ‘What do I want to do next?’

Laying the Foundation: Creating Your Plan for Future Care Needs

Kathy Kammer, Senior Director of Community Relations at Williamsburg Landing in Williamsburg, Virginia, says, “Thinking about your future health care needs may not be the most enjoyable thing you do in a given week. Nonetheless, planning experts advise that it is extremely important.

“Although none of us can predict what the future holds, we can take steps now to prepare for it. By creating a sound plan for our future care needs, we can exercise some control over how events are managed as they unfold.

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