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Join Us at the Fall Fest Cookout

Join us on Monday, October 31st at 2pm for our Fall Fest Cookout! We will be celebrating Halloween with fresh grilled hot dogs complete with all the trimmings. Costumes are welcome as we celebrate the ghostly ghouls and sweet treats of...

The Key to a Happy Life

What’s the key to leading a long, happy life? As it turns out, the secret to happiness are strong relationships with your spouse, family and friends. For seniors, assisted living communities could improve overall happiness and lead to longer, more fulfilling lives. In...

Transitioning to Assisted Living

While the choice to move to an assisted living community like Regency can be difficult for many, it comes with a sense of peace and security that cannot be matched. Our Vice President of Business Development, Jeff Clay related the process to a senior going away to...

How to Make Retirement Savings Go Farther

We’ve all seen the commercials asking people how far their retirement savings will take them. As the experiment illustrates, for most of us, our money won’t take us as far as you would think. With mortgages, tuition expenses and other financial obligations looming, a...

Tips for Leading a Full and Healthy Life

People are living longer, so it is more important than ever to increase the quality while boosting the quantity of life. With a healthy and active lifestyle, you can experience good health well into your senior years. According to the National Institute on Aging, the...

Senior Moments vs. Alzheimer’s Disease

When lapses in memory began to affect your loved one more frequently, dementia could be to blame. Alzheimer’s is a brain disease that leads to a slow decline in mental function impairing memory and reasoning abilities. It can be difficult to discern early signs of...