Why Cleveland Ranks High for a Healthy, Affordable Retirement

Posted on: August 14th, 2017 by Rob Lucarelli

When it comes to choosing a place to live, every retiree has his or her own fantasy destination. Culture mavens may crave Manhattan. Minneapolis draws retirees with great health care. Detroit is affordable. And Denver is home to a vigorous, active lifestyle. But wouldn’t it be great if there were one city that had it […]

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Theatre in the Circle Announces its 2017-2018 Season!

Posted on: August 7th, 2017 by Rob Lucarelli
Judson Manor Senior Living Cleveland

Judson Manor residents Bill and Mark Corcoran return with an exciting array of shows planned for Theatre in the Circle’s 2017-2018 season.  All performances take place at historic Judson Manor retirement community in University Circle. For the first time, Theatre in the Circle is offering Season Ticket subscriptions, discounted below single ticket prices. Patrons can […]

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Judson Manor Hosts Common Ground Session in Partnership with the Cleveland Foundation

Posted on: August 3rd, 2017 by Kristina Kuprevicius
Judson Manor Senior Living Common Ground

On Sunday, July 30, Judson Manor was proud to be one of 40 host sites for Common Ground, in partnership with The Cleveland Foundation. This exciting Cuyahoga County-wide initiative explored our community’s power to communicate and connect in order to build a stronger, safer, and more dynamic home.   Residents of the greater community came […]

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Judson Manor Secures $100,000 Challenge Donation to Enhance Accessibility

Posted on: July 31st, 2017 by Kathy Janini

Thank you to the remarkable donors who helped us secure every bit of the Smith $100,000 Challenge! As of our August 15 deadline, we had received $130,000 in pledges and gifts – way beyond our goal. We are grateful to the Smiths for their incredible matching gift and to the generous donors who helped us […]

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Lifelong Learning As We Age Benefits both Mind and Body

Posted on: July 26th, 2017 by Rob Lucarelli

Getting older has its challenges. But how we take on these challenges defines them as positive or negative. Some of us see the half-empty glass, some the half-full. We have some good news that makes a case for the optimist in all of us, because aging doesn’t have to be as difficult as some of […]

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Creative Possibilities: Assisted Living at Judson is Anything but Boring

Posted on: July 24th, 2017 by Rob Lucarelli

Creative writing classes. Pottery lessons. A classical music recital. A dip in the pool. If this sounds like a day in the life of a 20-year-old arts major, think again. These are just a few of the enriching activities enjoyed by residents of Ambler Court and Hillside, Judson Park’s assisted living communities. There was a […]

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Meet Kendra Urdzik: Her New Role Highlights Innovation, Integration, Collaboration

Posted on: July 19th, 2017 by Rob Lucarelli

As Judson’s newly appointed chief collaborative health officer, Kendra Urdzik works with the vice presidents of each campus and of the Judson Home Care program, to establish strategic quality goals, measureable outcomes and innovative approaches to care, as well as to initiate innovation projects and evaluate relationships and outcomes. “A large part of the role […]

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Top 10 Health Benefits of Massage Therapy for Seniors

Posted on: July 17th, 2017 by Rob Lucarelli
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If you’ve been keeping up with Judson’s health and wellness articles, you’ll be familiar with this quote from the American Medical Association: “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.” We are […]

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Size Doesn’t Matter: How to Make Small Square-Footage Live Large

Posted on: July 12th, 2017 by Rob Lucarelli

If composer Burt Bacharach taught us anything back in 1964, it’s this: A house is not a home. Assuming that’s true, one has to ask: What does that make a 500-square-foot apartment? While it’s tempting for suburban types to dismiss such a compact space as nothing more than an overgrown closet, for residents living in […]

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Resident Discovers Pet-Friendly, Manhattan Vibe at Judson Manor

Posted on: July 10th, 2017 by Katie Pavlick

Upon opening the door to Jo Weber’s apartment, you are greeted by Sophie-Grace and Madge – her two dogs. The threesome currently resides in temporary digs at Judson Manor while they anticipate moving to a renovated apartment on the Manor’s 6th floor next year. The completely renovated floor will include 10 spacious one- and two-bedroom […]

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