Guests Get Sneak Peek of Ambler Court Assisted Living at Judson Park

Posted on: August 25th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Last Thursday, nearly 70 guests had the opportunity to preview Ambler Court, a newly remodeled assisted living neighborhood at Judson Park. Guests enjoyed self-guided tours that included four of the 24 spacious, private two-room suites now available. As they savored mini grilled-cheese sandwiches with basil, creamy tomato basil soup and young potatoes daubed with sour cream […]

Why Cleveland: Men’s Journal Names Cleveland “One of the Best Cities to Live”

Posted on: August 17th, 2016 by Margaret Miller

This post is part of a regular series where we’ll spotlight reasons Why Cleveland is the best retirement option you’ve never thought of. From its rich arts and culture and vibrant restaurant scene, to its multiple recreational opportunities and world-class health care, learn Why Cleveland is both an exciting and surprisingly affordable choice for retirement! […]

Customizing Our New Home At Judson Manor

Posted on: August 11th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Meet Peter and Donna Pesch. This is third 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. Both Donna and I have lived in a variety of houses and apartments. […]

Judson Manor 11th Floor Renovation – Only One Suite Remains Available!

Posted on: August 9th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Historic Judson Manor’s 11th floor renovation is well underway. Today only one suite remains available. 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 amazing lifestyle amenities, including unparalleled access to the […]

Cooking Up Fun: Radius Welcomes Executive Chef Chris Koshar

Posted on: August 4th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

There’s a twinkle in Chris Koshar’s eye that belies the seriousness of his duties. After all, as executive chef at South Franklin Circle’s Radius restaurant, he’s the point man for customer satisfaction: Managing, training, purchasing, cooking, designing menus, and maintaining guest relations all fall within his purview. And yet talk to the man, and you’ll […]

Judson Health Center Earns 5-Star Quality Rating

Posted on: August 3rd, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) recently bestowed its highest rating of five stars to the Judson Health Center at Judson Park. The Judson Health Center is a 83-bed, Medicare/Medicaid-certified and CARF-accredited facility located at Judson Park, a continuing care retirement community in University Circle, Cleveland’s medical hub. Judson Health Center offers short-term rehabilitation […]

Music and Memory Program Enhances Memory Care at Judson

Posted on: August 1st, 2016 by Margaret Miller

Ever notice you can remember all of the lyrics to a song you haven’t heard for 15-20 years? Music can be a stress reliever and an escape from the real world. But did you know music is linked directly to improving the lives of those affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia? The Music & Memory program […]

Music Proves Powerful Weapon Against Memory Loss

Posted on: July 28th, 2016 by Margaret Miller

“Despite the enormous sums of money spent on mood and behavior-altering medications that are often not particularly effective, nothing compares to these iPods when it comes to improving quality of life.”– Tony Lewis, CEO & President of Cobble Hill Health Center, Brooklyn, NY. Nat King Cole. Beethoven. Queen. The Backstreet Boys. When you hear the […]

$1.2 Million Gift Funds New Joint Program Between Judson and CWRU Nursing School

Posted on: July 26th, 2016 by Rob Lucarelli

Judson Services, Inc. and the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University announce a collaboration to create an endowed position that will serve both organizations. The cornerstone of what will be named the Phelps Collaborative for Older Adult and Family Engagement will be a faculty position at the School of Nursing […]

Adventures in Retirement: In Awe of the Panama Canal

Posted on: July 22nd, 2016 by Maggie Kaput

Adventures in Retirement is an occasional series highlighting how independent living residents at Judson are making the most of this next chapter of their lives. Here Judson Park resident Clare Bechtold describes her recent trip to the Caribbean, including the Panama Canal. When considering a location for her next adventure, Clare Bechtold had no doubt […]