Knowing and Doing: CWRU’s Kelvin Smith Library Offers Innovative Ways to Engage

Posted on: May 23rd, 2016 by Judson Retirement Community

This is the latest installment in a series highlighting interesting aspects of Judson’s new partnership with Case Western Reserve University. The partnership offers Judson Park and Judson Manor residents more robust access to the many lifelong learning opportunities available at the University. “Vibrant.” “Collaborative.” “Connected.” If those aren’t qualities you typically associate with libraries, step […]

South Franklin Circle Home Styles: Doing What They Love

Posted on: May 18th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Who has time for yard work? Certainly not world travelers Gayle and Bill Bauer. Between their recent visit to Hudson Bay to see polar bears, that Amazon River trip, and the birdwatching junket to Panama, the former Washingtonians don’t need anything to compromise their active lifestyle. “Living at South Franklin Circle is simple!” says Gayle, […]

Steps to Recovery: Judson Rehabilitation Center Offers a Path Back to the Life You Love

Posted on: May 16th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Henry Ott-Hansen chooses his words carefully when recalling his recent experience at the Judson Rehabilitation Center at Judson Park. After all, a successful 61-year career as a stockbroker tends to make a man precise. So when this Shaker Heights resident describes the services he received at Judson as “friendly,” “professional,” “excellent,” and “attentive,” you can […]

What Is a CCRC Entry Fee and How Does It Work?

Posted on: May 11th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Choosing a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) is about proactively managing your quality of life as you age. A move to a CCRC offers creative opportunities for healthy aging, as well as a full continuum of health services should you need them. These health services generally include: assisted living, memory care, home care and skilled […]

Judson Manor 11th Floor Renovation – Only One Suite Left! Customization Opportunities End June 6. Reserve Today!

Posted on: May 9th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Historic Judson Manor’s 11th floor renovation is well underway. Today only one suite remains available. Opportunities to customize the space end June 6. Don’t miss out on this chance to enjoy a retirement lifestyle in the midst of Cleveland’s cultural hub, University Circle. Lifestyle Amenities Like No Other Living at Judson Manor, you’ll experience these […]

Finding Our New Home in University Circle—First in a Series

Posted on: May 4th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Meet Peter and Donna Pesch. This is the first in a series where they detail, first hand, their decision to move to Judson Manor’s newly renovated 11th Floor. Enjoy a candid, insider’s point of view of what it’s like moving to a Judson community Donna and I first heard of Judson Manor in the early […]

How Good Posture Promotes Optimal Health and Wellbeing

Posted on: May 2nd, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Growing up, did your mom ever tell you to sit up straight? Well it turns out, as is the case with most of the things Mom probably told you, she was right. But don’t tell her we said that… Recent studies are finding that sitting up straight with correct, aligned posture is one of the […]

Bringing Dreams to Life: CWRU’s New think[box] Is an Inventor’s Paradise

Posted on: April 27th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

These are high-tech times we’re living in, when lasers make art and 3-D printers produce detailed plastic prototypes of never-before-seen products. In the name of innovation and economic development, wouldn’t it be great to gather all those high-tech tools into one welcoming space and make them available to inventors, tinkerers, and artists alike? That’s the […]

How Craniosacral Therapy Reduces Stress

Posted on: April 25th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

April is Stress Awareness Month. If you read last week’s post, you’ll know that the American Medical Association has stated: “It has been verified through scientific exploration that more than 80 percent of all diseases are due to stress and strain that originate in the mind and reflect on the body.” “Everybody experiences stress,” says […]

Shopping in Chagrin Falls

Posted on: April 19th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Explore the special shops and independent retailers of Chagrin Falls, a quaint village minutes from South Franklin Circle. Much Ado in Chagrin Falls Have yourself a free afternoon? You would be well advised to spend it strolling through Chagrin Falls shops and enjoying the atmosphere of a quaint yet dynamic village. You’ll find independent boutiques […]