Getting ready to downsize: Your downsizing game plan

Posted on: February 26th, 2021 by Judson Senior Living

Are you looking to downsize your home? Minimizing your possessions is the first step to create a lighter and more freeing lifestyle as you move forward in your downsizing journey. This process at times may seem tiresome and arduous, but is a necessary step to take when thinking of retirement and your future. Starting with […]

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Engaging Minds at Judson

Posted on: February 17th, 2021 by Judson Senior Living

When Peggy Culp hit 75, she turned to her husband, Lloyd, and said, “It’s time. We have to figure out our living situation before someone else has to figure it out for us!” As it turned out, the University Heights couple found their answer just a few miles away, at Judson Manor in the heart […]

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Challenge Accepted: Making the Move to Judson During COVID-19

Posted on: February 10th, 2021 by Judson Senior Living

Judson Manor residents Richard and Susan Moore have never been ones to back down from a challenge. In fact, in their 52 years of marriage, the Arkansas natives have embraced them with a sense of grand adventure, happily pulling up stakes and setting off to the new locales including New York City, London, Las Vegas, […]

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No Hibernating Allowed: Creative Ways for Older Adults to Stay Active during Winter

Posted on: February 3rd, 2021 by Judson Senior Living

Snuggling on the couch is always a temptation in the winter months, especially in Cleveland: only 167 days a year bring us even partial sunshine, according to the National Climate Data Center. The rest of the year we’re looking at about 80 percent cloud cover. “The predominant color of the season is gray,” agrees Sara […]

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Community Connection in the Midst of COVID

Posted on: January 27th, 2021 by Judson Senior Living

Life has changed at Judson since the arrival of COVID-19. But thanks to strict safety protocols, open communication, devoted staff – and a bit of good humor – the sense of community still shines. When the time finally came for Dennis and Mary Margaret Brennan to downsize, the retired educators’ first reaction was to consider […]

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Defining Blursday

Posted on: January 20th, 2021 by Joan Pagano

When life spins out of control, ground yourself firmly in your daily routines. You may be so busy juggling demands of family and work that you have no time to think about yourself and maintaining your self-care regimen. On the other hand, if work and normal life come to a sudden halt like mine did, […]

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Best Long-Term Diet to Support Heart Health

Posted on: January 13th, 2021 by Judson Senior Living
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Maintaining healthy heart function is a crucial factor for aging adults. Diet is one of the most powerful factors we have in our control when it comes to protecting this vital organ. There are a number of diets out there that promote heart health and you have more than likely heard of a few of […]

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Make Positive Resolutions this New Year!

Posted on: January 6th, 2021 by Judson Senior Living

With the New Year upon us, we happily bid farewell to 2020. After a year of loss and limitations, it can become easy to focus on what we cannot do or have. However, studies show that cultivating a positive mindset can have real-world positive outcomes. The New Year is an excellent time to develop a […]

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This Way Out: The COVID-19 vaccine arrives at Judson

Posted on: December 30th, 2020 by Judson Senior Living

As all three Judson campuses roll out the new coronavirus vaccine over the next few weeks and months, both residents and healthcare associates will face an important decision: Will they choose to receive the vaccine, or not? Health and Wellness Specialist Annick Moiens has made up her mind. “By measuring the risks to having COVID-19 […]

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Light It Up! Turns out, celebrating winter holidays can be good for our mental health

Posted on: December 22nd, 2020 by Judson Senior Living

There’s a reason that some of our most beloved holidays occur near the winter solstice. While the year’s shortest day delivers nearly 15 hours of darkness, holidays like Kwanzaa, Hanukkah and Christmas are all about welcoming the light. Whether it’s decorating the Christmas tree or lighting the menorah, the winter holidays represent a time for […]

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