10 Signs Your Parents Need Help at Home

Posted on: February 26th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

Aging is part of the cycle of life, and we naturally expect our parents to eventually show certain signs of getting older. When Dad declines a trip to the zoo with the grandchildren, we justify that the physical exertion is likely just too much. When Mom forgets to pay the electric bill, we can rationalize it […]

Download Your Free Consumer Resource Guide

Posted on: February 18th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

Older adults today have more lifestyle options than ever before, and modern retirement community living offers social, wellness, dining and cultural enrichment opportunities. But with the wide range of communities to choose from, the question then becomes, “How do I determine which one is right for me?” Enter stage left: The Consumer Resource Guide. We’ve […]

Valentine’s Day at Judson — A Furry Kind of Love

Posted on: February 13th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

To celebrate Valentine’s Day, we’d like to take a moment to spotlight the various love affairs around Judson–love affairs between residents and their pets! Besides being cute, our four-legged friends of various shapes and sizes offer innumerable health benefits: pets can help lower blood pressure, lessen anxiety and boost immunity. Plus, they are just plain […]

South Franklin Circle Home Styles – Part 5

Posted on: February 12th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

In this monthly 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. Marcia Christian’s baby grand piano is the centerpiece of her […]

Music and The Middle East Up Next for Dialogue Series

Posted on: January 30th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

The programming committee at South Franklin Circle continues to book a wide array of speakers for its ever-popular Dialogue Series. The South Franklin Circle Dialogue Series offers Chautauqua-inspired lectures designed to stimulate and inspire the greater community, promoting an active, healthy lifestyle focused on culture and engagement.  The forums are free and open to the […]

Member Hikes Historic European Trail with Help from Smart Living at Home

Posted on: January 23rd, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

When a friend challenged Bill Jones to hike a portion of Spain’s Camino de Santiago last summer, he gladly utilized his membership in Judson’s Smart Living at Home program to give him a leg up. Bill and his wife Susan joined Smart Living at Home in 2006.They wanted to have a plan in place for […]

Judson Park Home Styles – Part 1

Posted on: January 20th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

In this blog series, you’ll meet Judson Park residents who will offer you an intimate look inside their homes. See how each resident adapted the space to their own taste and lifestyle. Donna Moss began considering a move after speaking with her accountant, who encouraged her to think about living in a place where she could […]

New Model Apartments at South Franklin Circle [PHOTO GALLERY]

Posted on: January 15th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

We recently added some new photos of our spacious model apartments in South Franklin Circle! These offer visitors an additional look at the 32 different floor plans we have available. Each apartment has an outdoor terrace or a balcony overlooking a variety of landscapes from wetlands to meadows, woodlands or village greens. Each building has […]

Judson’s Bruening Health Center Earns Five-Star Quality Rating

Posted on: January 7th, 2015 by Rob Lucarelli

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) recently bestowed its highest rating of five stars to the Bruening Health Center at Judson Park. The Bruening Health Center is a 130-bed, Medicare/Medicaid-certified and CARF-accredited facility located at Judson Park, a continuing care retirement community in University Circle, Cleveland’s medical hub. Bruening offers short-term rehabilitation as well […]

Resident Shares Family Holiday Ornaments with Judson Manor Family

Posted on: December 22nd, 2014 by Rob Lucarelli

Judson Manor resident Karen Holtkamp’s family ornaments, some over 100 years old, adorn the Manor’s magnificent lobby tree. Here she recounts how this tradition came about. A tall evergreen tree at Christmas is a thing of beauty which needs no decoration, yet at some point people began to decorate their trees. My family had a […]