Home Safety Tips for Seniors

Posted on: August 4th, 2015 by Sally Moennich

What’s great about senior living these days is that there are choices. And for many, the number one choice is to live independently at home. With that said, it’s important as we grow older to make sure our living environments are safe to prevent falls and other accidents. To help ensure your home is safe, […]

Meet Sally Moennich, Vice President of Community Smart Living

Posted on: July 30th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

Imagine a long rope—a tether—with Judson holding one end and a family living at home secured to the other. There’s lots of leeway, yet a strong tie to a supportive community with bountiful resources. That’s how Sally Moennich, vice president of community smart living, describes Judson Smart Living at Home. The program allows individuals to […]

Meet South Franklin Circle Executive Chef Kevin DeLargy

Posted on: July 28th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

What does it take to put out a delicious dish? For Radius Restaurant’s executive chef Kevin DeLargy, the key is contained in just three words: people, process and product. “Product — or quality ingredients — is vital, of course,” says the veteran chef. “And having an efficient, effective operating process is important too. But you can’t […]

12 Health Benefits of Tai Chi for Seniors [VIDEO]

Posted on: July 21st, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

The benefits of Tai Chi for seniors are incredible. If you are looking for a low-impact, relaxing form of exercise that rewards your efforts, Tai Chi is for you. Tai Chi is an internal Chinese martial art in the sense that it focuses on mental and spiritual aspects integrated into movement. This meditative form of […]

VIDEO: CIM Artist-in-Residence Performs Live Jazz Concerts at Judson Manor

Posted on: July 17th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

It’s no secret that live music of all kinds is an integral part of the lifestyle at Judson Manor. Thanks to its location in University Circle, Cleveland’s cultural hub, residents can easily access Cleveland Orchestra concerts at Severance Hall and student recitals and opera at the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM). The Manor is also […]

Judson Manor Home Styles Part 2: Laura Berick’s Apartment Is Her Artist’s Canvas

Posted on: July 14th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

In this blog series, you’ll meet Judson Manor residents who offer you an intimate look inside their homes. See how each resident adapted the space to their own taste and lifestyle. When Laura Berick moved from her home on Coventry Road in Cleveland Heights to Judson Manor, she felt like she took “one giant step, […]

Creating Opportunities – How The Winne Lind Fund Supports ‘Best Practices’ in Dementia Care

Posted on: July 8th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

A generous $100,000 gift in the memory of Winne Lind is helping Judson create a new state-of-the-art model for person-centered dementia care. Mrs. Lind was a Judson Park resident for seven years until her death in 2014. The newly created Winne Lind Fund is a gift from her son and daughter-in-law Tom and Kathi Lind, […]

What is a Vial of Life?

Posted on: June 30th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

The Vial of Life is a safe and effective way to provide paramedics and firefighters with your crucial personal information and medical history if you are unable to communicate in the event of an emergency. How Do I Use the Vial of Life? There are four easy steps to using the Vial of Life: Fill out […]

Did You Know About This Tax Benefit of Moving to a Retirement Community?

Posted on: June 25th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

There are a number of financial benefits you can take advantage of when you move to a continuing care retirement community like Judson. For example, depending on your particular circumstances, you may be entitled to a medical expense deduction on your Federal Income Tax return for a portion of the entry fee or monthly service […]

Judson Manor Resident Contributes Musical Expertise to Santa Fe Festival

Posted on: June 18th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

This is the fifth post in the Adventures in Retirement Series highlighting how independent living residents at Judson are making the most of this next chapter of their lives. Judson Manor resident Bill Corcoran, an accomplished pianist, music director and composer, recently spent two weeks working at the second annual Santa Fe Musical Theatre Festival. […]