Category: Independent Living

Winter Activities Popular at Blakeford

senior woman in winter clothing in car

Winter is often a challenging time of year for people of all ages, but it can be particularly difficult for seniors. With limited daylight, colder temperatures and gray skies, winter is downright gloomy. Unfortunately, for people who suffer from depression, or those who are more susceptible to it – like seniors – this time of… Read more »

There’s a Reason it’s Called “Independent Living”

With medical advances and a greater appreciation of the effect that diet and exercise have on health, many adults today are living considerably longer than their parents did. Given the sheer size of the baby boomer generation and the fact that an estimated 10,000 baby boomers will reach retirement age every day from now until… Read more »

After the Move: Transitioning into a Senior Community

after the move transition

At some point in the last several months, you decided to move into a senior community. You signed the contract, put your home on the market, hired movers, and possibly had a garage sale. You took advice on how to plan your move to have as little stress as possible. Now, you’re sitting in a new apartment… Read more »