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Preventing Falls This Winter

Kathy M. Kammer, Senior Director of Community Relations at Williamsburg Landing in Williamsburg, Va., advises, “While the winter months can be beautiful and inviting with snow-covered landscapes and ice crystals glistening on trees, it can also be a rather hazardous time of year. Although anyone can suffer a slip or fall, wintertime can be especially risky for people of retirement age.”

“Continuing Care”: What It Means for You

If you are evaluating retirement living communities today, you may have heard the term “aging in place.” The term is often used in retirement living circles to describe an individual’s or couple’s ability to remain comfortably and safely in their present home on the campus even if their healthcare and support needs change over time.

Tips to Prepare for a Safe, Healthy Winter

For some, the cool temperatures and crisp air of winter is a refreshing change. However, for many of us – especially for retirement-age Americans – the shorter days, freezing temperatures and the accumulation of ice and snow can bring special challenges. Winter can be beautiful at times, but it can also be accompanied by serious risks to our health and safety.

The Spirit of the Holidays Shines Brightly at Williamsburg Landing

Joey Lotts, Director of Activities at Williamsburg Landing in Williamsburg, Va., “Every day at Williamsburg Landing is brimming with opportunities to engage with others, make new friends, learn new things, stay healthy and just enjoy the life you lead.

“With so many cultural, educational, recreational and social events and activities to choose from – both on and off site – our beautiful community elevates your lifestyle and enriches your life in mind, body and spirit.

Dementia & the Holidays: How to Reduce the Stress & Increase Your Joy

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