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There Are Big Things in Store for the Marjorie P. Lee Community

In the coming decades, American society will enter a time when our population will experience rapid aging as Boomers and younger generation cross the 65-plus threshold in increasing numbers. By the 2030s, these older Americans will represent about 20 percent of the entire population. As the number of older adults in the United States grow, so too does the need for programs and communities that serve the needs of those individuals.

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4 Tips to Beat Common Winter Woes for Seniors

The winter can be hard for seniors to enjoy. The cold, snow and ice can keep many people cooped up indoors and make them less active. Or, for those brave souls who do venture outside, there can be an increased risk of falls and other injuries related to the cold temperatures. With that in mind, here are some quick tips for non-snowbirds to get through the winter with minimal risk to life and limb.

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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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A Closer Look at Person-Centered Care

We talk a lot about our desire to provide "person-centered care." After all, it is an integral component of Episcopal Retirement Homes' mission statement. So naturally we often get asked about it. What is person-centered care? How does it differ from care elsewhere?

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Marjorie P. Lee October Events Calendar

Who says retirement communities are a snooze? At Marjorie P. Lee, we’re looking forward to a month full of musical performances, entertainment, and learning opportunities.

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Cincinnati Retirement Communities Go Day-Tripping!

Sometimes, when you get stuck in a rut, you just need to get away for a while. Luckily, here in Southwestern Ohio, there are many wonderful small towns and burgs that the independently-living senior can get out and explore on a day trip.

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Your First Steps to Finding the Right Retirement Community

Even after you’ve made a conscious decision to start planning ahead—for your future and your future care needs—it can be difficult to know where to start. But don’t let yourself get bogged down. If you and your loved ones put off thinking about future care, for whatever reason, you run the risk of being financially or mentally unprepared when the need arises.

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When to Start Looking into Assisted Care

As we approach retirement age and beyond, it’s natural to start thinking about future care. Aging is a surety and, for those of us fortunate enough to live into our advanced years, so is the eventual need for help with the necessities of daily life. But when do you actually start planning for and taking steps toward a move into assisted care? 

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These Retirement Communities Prove You’re Never too Old for Fun

We’ve all heard the old adage that “laughter is the best medicine.” But how many of us really believe it? Can laughing really stave off the effects of aging and disease? There is some evidence that seems to indicate it is, in fact, possible.

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Trouble with Your Senior Living Move? Hire a Professional

Preparing for any move can be challenging, but it can be especially so when you are also moving to a apartment. And that’s typically the case for most seniors when they opt to move into residential retirement care or assisted living. There’s a lot of planning, downsizing, distributing and packing to do on the front end of the move, and a lot of unpacking and arranging to do on the other.

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