Archive for the ‘Judson Park’ Category

Jump In! Seniors Who Swim Enjoy Many Benefits

Posted on: January 30th, 2019 by Judson Senior Living

A swimming pool was the veritable fountain of youth for the seniors in 1985’s fantasy flick, “Cocoon.”  Of course, in the real world, a dip in the pool can’t literally make you younger. But when it comes to improving your vigor, swimming delivers a host of benefits that can make you feel like you’ve rolled […]

Embracing Change and Reflecting on a Successful 2018

Posted on: December 5th, 2018 by Judson Senior Living

Since its inception, Judson has been a forward-thinking senior living community, with a belief in offering smart choices for its residents. During this past year, a number of exciting projects, funded through the generosity of gifts made to the Judson Foundation,  have helped Judson meet that goal, increasing the beauty and functionality of its public […]

Judson Park Resident Nina Gibans Connects the Dots

Posted on: November 28th, 2018 by Judson Senior Living

If you think joie de vivre comes with an expiration date, just consider Nina Freedlander Gibans.  Poet, curator, educator, director, producer, facilitator, self-identified “cultural consultant,” and author of seven books, Nina, 86, has long been a relevant and respected voice on the Cleveland cultural scene. The Judson Park resident continues to transition gracefully from project […]

James and Donna Reid Honored with 2018 Judson Award for Philanthropic Leadership

Posted on: October 4th, 2018 by Kathy Janini

Since Judson’s founding in 1906, generations of benefactors have played an important role in advancing Judson’s mission. On September 13, Judson Foundation celebrated the unwavering philanthropic spirit that has strengthened the organization at its fourth annual Celebration of Generosity. More than 100 loyal friends and benefactors gathered in the ballroom at the historic Judson Manor […]

National Assisted Living Week: The Right Questions to Ask When Searching for Assisted Living

Posted on: September 13th, 2018 by Judson Senior Living

For families facing the daunting task of finding an assisted living community for a loved one, there are seemingly countless considerations to make: quality of life, cost and caregiver competence, to name just a few. If you’re searching assisted living communities for a loved one, here are the essential questions you should ask that will […]

Best Week Ever! Judson Associates Enjoy Annual Summer Picnics

Posted on: August 29th, 2018 by Judson Senior Living

As the summer comes to a close Judson Senior Living takes a moment to show our gratitude for the men and women who make Judson a great place to live and work. This past week, each of Judson’s three campuses hosted summer picnics for our hardworking associates complete with games, food trucks, and lots of […]

Live and Learn: Judson Fosters a Culture of Lifelong Learning

Posted on: August 23rd, 2018 by Judson Senior Living

A happy, healthy lifestyle addresses the whole person. That’s one reason why Judson ensures that members of each campus are surrounded by life-enriching programs. Beyond simply exercising the mind, these programs provide an opportunity to engage with the greater community, a practice that reinforces our members’ connection to the world beyond their doors, while helping […]

The George A. Streeter Gallery at Judson Park: A Living Legacy

Posted on: August 16th, 2018 by Judson Senior Living

This article can also be seen in the Fall 2018 issue of CAN Journal. The George A. Streeter Gallery, established at Judson Park in 2014, is living up to the vision of its namesake as evidenced by the quality and diversity of its upcoming exhibitions. As a respected psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Streeter was well aware […]

Action/Reaction: Judson Park Residents Explore Dance with GroundWorks

Posted on: June 6th, 2018 by Judson Senior Living

This post was originally published on GroundWorks Dance’s Blog. There is great empowerment in being able to express yourself. And when words are not easily at one’s disposal, movement and music can do the “talking.” Residents at the Judson Park retirement and assisted living community had the unique opportunity to explore the creative process of […]

Tracey Lind Named Honorary Chair of Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Posted on: May 16th, 2018 by Judson Senior Living

Judson Board Member, The Very Rev. Tracey Lind, retired Dean of Cleveland’s Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, will serve as Honorary Chair of the Cleveland Walk to End Alzheimer’s® to be held October 13 at the Great Lakes Science Center. In 2016, Tracey, 64, was diagnosed in the early stages of Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD).  Frontotemporal Dementia refers […]