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These Cincinnati Communities Have Something Others Don't

It’s one thing to retire. It’s another thing entirely to stop working and then share your career experiences with succeeding generations. And that’s just what residents in some Cincinnati retirement communities are doing, through Episcopal Retirement Homes’ (ERH) Council for Life Long Engagement program.

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The Nation Celebrates Senior Life in May

In the United States, May is Older Americans Month — a month that has been officially designated as a time for the nation to recognize the many contributions made to the country by our senior citizens, and especially by our veterans.

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Marjorie P. Lee May Events Calendar

On May 3, Marjorie P. Lee hosted our annual Kentucky Derby party, complete with the traditional Hot Browns, Mint Juleps, Derby Pie and fancy hats! It was, as usual, a smashing success. But that's not the only soiree in store for seniors living in our Hyde Park community. Take a look at all of the activities in store for these Cincinnati seniors this May.

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Cincinnati Seniors May See Revolutionary Device for Tired, Achy Feet

Tired, achy feet could be a thing of the past, thanks to a new device that could revolutionize senior healthcare– the 3-D printer.

This new type of printer can print everything from body parts to pizza. In fact, people in the 3-D printing world say that “if you can draw it, you can make it.” One company is starting to use the technology to create custom orthotics that correct foot alignment problems that lead to tired, achy feet.

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Arts & Entertainment Prospectus for Retirement Living in Cincinnati

If you've enjoyed being immersed in the arts and entertainment community your entire life, there's no reason your social agenda should change after retirement. For many seniors, supporting the arts goes beyond simply attending a performance once a year to philanthropic endeavors or even volunteer opportunities.

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Is a Roommate the Cure for Loneliness in Senior Living?

When you were still working you had a particular image of what life was going to be like after retirement—The Golden Girls had senior living right. You were going to move out of rainy, snowy Cincinnati and be one of those single, sassy seniors living it up in sunny Miami.

But things turned out differently than you expected.

Your own experiences after retirement have given you some new insight on the Golden Girls. You’ve realized that Rose, Blanche, Dorothy and Sophia had more in common than being hilarious—they were all lonely, too.

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Make the Most of Opportunities That Come Along after Retirement

If you’re like most Americans, finding new and exciting activities may be the first thing on your list to do after retirement.

You’re a ticket holder at the Opera and you could probably recognize just about every face from the Symphony if you passed them on Fountain Square. You’ve been to the Ballet too many times to count (and aren’t they particularly good this season), and you’re fairly certain that the busboy at your favorite dinner spot knows you by name.

You love the city, but you’re itching to try something new.

Well, you’re in luck.

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Arts and Culture Alive and Well for Cincinnati Retirement Communities

The Queen City of the West has long been known as a bastion of innovation and industry. It may surprise a senior living outside the area to learn of the many arts and cultural attractions available to residents of retirement communities in Cincinnati.

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