What are you doing to try and stay healthy during the pandemic? “During times like these, it’s easy for some of the basics to get away from us,” recreation coordinator Jodi Wendl, Masonic Village at Lafayette Hill, shared during a
More than 100 million U.S. adults are now living with diabetes or prediabetes, according to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Diane Waple, chief dietitian at Masonic Village at Elizabethtown, has some advice for how to
Did you know heart disease is the number one cause of death for both men and women in the United States? It is an equal-opportunity killer which claims over 600,000 million lives annually.
As summer is upon us, so are thoughts of fun in the sun. However, when the weather gets warmer and vacations and outdoor activities are planned, seniors should also keep something else in mind: safety. It is important to make
Here is what you need to know about the differences between a 55+ community and a continuing care retirement community, so you can make the decision that is right for you.
You have been saving for retirement for decades. When it is finally time to cash in on your investment, wouldn’t you want your money to be well spent?
Food at retirement communities used to be institutionalized and not very appetizing, because taste was not the top priority; nutritional value was. However, the baby boomer generation has reprioritized the flavors in food and made socialization the focus of dining.
Packing up your life is by no means an easy task, but most people have come face to face with this feat at least once in their lives.
In addition to running Meal on Wheels, a food pantry and a thrift shop, Colonial Neighborhood Council receives new requests for assistance daily. In an effort to “go green,” Masonic Villages is donating money saved on production costs of its Report to the Community to charitable organizations serving seniors across Pennsylvania. A $2,500 donation was made to the Colonial Neighborhood Council on behalf of the Masonic Village at Lafayette Hill.
To those who never heard the term “sandwich generation,” it may seem like a food craze buzzword. In reality, the “sandwich generation” has nothing to do with food (or a craze).