Why Cleveland is Tops in Innovation

Posted on: February 11th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

In an era of lean federal budgets and congressional gridlock, the burden of urban problem solving often falls on the local community. Fortunately, Cleveland has proven itself up to the challenge: According to a recent survey by CNNMoney, our town is one of the 10 Most Innovative Cities in the nation, right up there with […]

Retired Faculty Take Advantage of Judson-CWRU Partnership Discount

Posted on: February 9th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Last year Judson and Case Western Reserve University announced a one-of-a-kind partnership, of which dozens of residents have already taken advantage. Most notably, the partnership gave Judson residents greater access to lifelong learning opportunities, special events, programs and facilities at the University. The partnership also serves as an added incentive for CWRU alumni and other […]

Video Captures Essence of Multi-Generational Living at Judson Manor

Posted on: February 4th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

More great news coverage about Judson’s Artist-in-Residence Program! The web site HooplaHa.com just published this great video that captures the essence of this intergenerational program where graduate students from the Cleveland Institute of Music live at the Manor rent free in exchange for regular music recitals and cultural programming. Watch the clip below and learn […]

Five Top Tips for Heart Health

Posted on: February 1st, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

February – the time of hearts and flowers – is also the perfect time to think about keeping your cardiac muscle in good shape. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States, causing one of every four deaths annually. The good news? Heart disease can often be […]

NEW! Attend a Webinar to Learn More about Judson at Home Membership

Posted on: January 28th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Judson at Home is an affordable and customizable home healthcare membership program that keeps older adults living independently in their own homes. They can access services and support from a team of professionals at Judson, including a registered nurse, a licensed independent social worker and a wellness coordinator. Plus, they receive significant discounts and priority […]

Adventures in Retirement: Road Scholar Trip to Israel

Posted on: January 21st, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

What are the chances of two Judson residents who didn’t know each other going on the same trip to the Middle East? Not great, but it happened. Dick Hartz from South Franklin Circle and Hope Hungerford from Judson Manor just so happened to both venture to Israel and Jordan on the same Road Scholar trip […]

Why Cleveland is a Smart Spot for Successful Aging

Posted on: January 18th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

What did it take for Cleveland to earn its spot on the most recent Milken Institute list of Best Cities for Successful Aging? Quite a lot, actually. With an overall ranking of #19 among the nation’s 100 largest metro areas, Cleveland made a good showing on most of the 84 individual indicators used to identify […]

South Franklin Circle Home Styles: At Home with History

Posted on: January 14th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

In this series, you’ll meet South Franklin Circle residents who will offer you an intimate look inside their homes. Whether it’s a cottage, attached garden home, apartment or town home – see how each resident adapted the space to their own taste and lifestyle.   Leaving her 4,000-square-foot home in Auburn Lakes wasn’t easy for […]

Meet South Franklin Circle Maître d’ Rob Walk

Posted on: January 6th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Empathy. Patience. Teamwork. For maître d’ Rob Walk, those three qualities are the keys to memorable dining service. The hospitable Walk, 42, is a familiar face at Radius Restaurant in South Franklin Circle, tracing his tenure back to November 2009, soon after the restaurant opened. While he joined the team as a part-time bartender, Walk’s […]

Preventative Wellness for Older Adults – A 3-Step Action Plan for the New Year

Posted on: January 4th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

As we age our lives naturally tend to become less active, both physically and mentally. Most of us have retired, kids out of the house, and we’re left with our own self-motivation to pursue interests and hobbies. With this decrease in activity, we tend to take it as the natural course that our bodies break […]