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Marjorie P. Lee November Events

With colder weather settling in, our days of picnicking in the park and enjoying concerts in the courtyard may be behind us for another season, but November is going to be anything but dull. Just take a look at a few of the events that are still to come for Marjorie P. Lee.

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Ways to Make Sure Kitty is Cozy in Your Retirement Community

Occasionally, the only thing standing between seniors and the prospect of a new lifestyle in one of the comfortable retirement apartments available in Cincinnati today is a beloved pet.

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Play Me a Melody: How Music Keeps Seniors Living Well

Music can be a powerful ally in the fight many seniors face against cognitive decline, reduced motor function and even depression. There is an increasing amount of evidence that playing a musical instrument, singing, or even listening to familiar songs can yield measurable benefits for a person’s physical and mental health.

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August Events: Senior Living Hits a High Note in Cincinnati

Friends and followers of our community know that there’s nothing we love more than a good concert—but we always have plenty of educational and social events on the go, too! Take a look at what Marjorie P. Lee has in store for August in addition to our usual line up of musical guests.

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The Key to Living Well after 80

In 1950, someone could expect to live about 14 more years after retirement. Today, however, life expectancy has skyrocketed and most seniors expect to enjoy a number of quality decades after their retirement—or put off retirement altogether. 

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Downsizing Leads to a More Organized Senior Life

Anyone who has spent an extended period of time in temporary living quarters of limited size— an "efficiency" apartment, for instance, necessitated by a temporary work assignment or an extended vacation on a boat or RV— knows the value of organized storage. The old adage of "a place for everything, and everything in its place" rings loud and very true.

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Moving into a Retirement Community? Here’s What You Should Keep.

When planning a move into assisted living, it can be hard to decide what to do with personal possessions. Our emotions tell us that the things we accumulate over our lives — photos, mementos, books, clothes, even furniture— tell the story of how we came to be who we are today. But practicality dictates that we can’t keep it all.

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A Guide to Senior Lifestyle in Tristate Greenspaces

There are few things more enjoyable on a warm summer day than walking or picnicking in one of Cincinnati's gorgeous parks.

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The Cincinnati Senior's Summer Guide to Outdoor Dining

In late May and early June, the fireflies begin to come out, the days aren’t yet oppressively humid and the evening temperatures are comfortably cool. It’s about the time that many Cincinnati retirees beginning thinking about dining en plein air once again—backyard weenie roasts with the grandchildren or evenings downtown.

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3 Simple Rules for Discussing Finances With Your Parents

Just the thought of entering into a discussion with our parents about their finances can cause anxiety. But as they reach retirement age, planning for their future becomes even more imperative. Your parents may need assisted care at some point in the future or decide to move to another city or into a retirement community, and taking steps now to make sure that they have the financial security to make these changes will help ensure that they’re enjoying life well into their golden years.

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