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Staying In Touch With John Knox Village East

This is the John Knox Village East Blog where you can find information relevant to seniors.  This information ranges from updates to healthcare policy to ways to stay fit, active and engaged as you age.

Celebrate Fall By Taking Steps To Avoid Falls

Not only is September 22nd the first day of fall, it is also National Falls Prevention Awareness Day.  As you may imagine, falls are a common cause of injury, hospitalization, rehab and long term care stays among seniors.  At John Knox Village East, it is our duty to help people bounce back from injury and […]

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Does Our Desire For Independence Actually Make Us Less Independent?

As we celebrated our nation’s independence earlier this month, our thoughts turned to another kind of independence.  As older adults, most of us strive to stay as independent as we can for as long as we can.  When compared to other countries where communal living is more commonplace, the desire to maintain our individualism is […]

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Help Mom Choose The Right Senior Living Community

With Mother’s Day celebrated earlier this month, our thoughts turn to the mothers in our lives and how we can make their lives better just as they’ve spent their lives helping us. Perhaps mom isn’t as independent as she used to be.  Maybe she’s having some trouble with her daily activities.  Or, perhaps the stress […]

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Capture Your Own Gold Medal With An Active Retirement Community

We just concluded another Winter Olympics and watched as athletes from various countries gather in Pyeongchang, South Korea. As we saw competitors from Norway, Germany, the United States and other countries climb the podium to accept their medals, it makes us wonder how to keep striving, keep achieving, keep persevering throughout this journey we call […]

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Find Your Best You Among Friends In An Active Retirement Community

As the New Year is upon us, it’s only natural that we tend to make resolutions on things we’d like to improve about ourselves or our lives. Many times, with older adults these resolutions tend to fall into a few common categories. Some people want to “de-clutter” their lives and get rid of so much […]

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