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Pursue Your Hobbies within your Retirement Community

There is a common misconception that making the move to a retirement community can limit your ability to continue practicing your favorite hobbies or even take up new ones. This could not be further from the truth! Retirement communities offer programs, tools and amenities that make it easier than ever to access the materials and spaces you need. Wesley Enhanced Living Retirement Communities offer a variety of services to help you maintain a rich and active lifestyle including: Media Rooms: If you enjoy spending time online, keep in touch with family and friends near and far via email, or want...

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Senior Fitness and Staying Active

In today’s modern era, people are living longer, more fulfilling lives, with each new day being an opportunity to maintain and even grow their healthy lifestyle.  Staying active is a key to leading a long, happy life, and seniors shouldn't be discouraged for having less stamina or strength than in their youth. “Exercise is crucial to the health and well-being of seniors,” said Kimberly Halladay, a fitness instructor at Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line. “Despite the limitations that inevitably come with the aging process, exercise can really improve quality of life. Gentle range-of-motion exercises increase joint flexibility. Weight training improves...

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Healthy Activities to Enjoy with Your Loved Ones this Winter

As the weather outside turns from cool to bitter cold, it can be tempting to hunker down inside and stay cozy. Nonetheless, winter offers new opportunities to get active, spend time with loved ones and take part in healthy seasonal activities. Being part of a senior living community provides even more opportunities to make the winter season happy and healthy. Wesley Enhanced Living retirement communities offer services and amenities to help you get the most out of this winter. Keeping active socially, mentally and physically can help you enjoy the cold temperatures and avoid any winter blues. Here are a...

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What to Look for in a Retirement Community

Making big changes can be a challenge at any stage in your life, but making the transition to a senior living community can be particularly difficult. Concerns about independence, seeing loved ones and maintaining hobbies are often top of mind for people looking to make the move into a retirement community. Luckily, many communities now offer amenities, activities and flexibility that can help you or your loved one continue to live their best life. While the quality and services of senior living communities have increased over the past years, it is still important to find a location that is suited...

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Discovering New Interests at any Age

It’s never too late to try something new. When approaching retirement, there is no need to fear boredom, loneliness, or isolation. In fact, retirement offers the perfect medium to expand your knowledge, create new memories, and broaden your social networks to help you discover hidden talents. There is no age limit on learning. Retirement is the best time to take advantage of all those “maybe next year” moments and expand your potential. Did you know that Julia Child didn’t write her first cook book until she was almost 50? Or that Colonel Sanders didn’t begin his Fried Chicken empire until...

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