My son, who lives in New York City, had been in San Francisco on business when he called asking if there was any chance that he could come for lunch the next day
by PVE Residents
The Grandparent Clause
Our great-grandson Will has recently mastered the concept of “The Grandparent Clause,” a non-legally binding contract that insures that anything they do or say during a visit to the grandparents will be accepted and condoned without comment.
by Kimmie McCann
Golfing in Paradise
For golfers, Paradise Valley Estates is, well . . . Paradise! Not only do we live on a beautiful municipal course, but we have another which is equally good just a few miles away.
by Jan Heise
Belly Up to the Barre
In the Fitness Department’s ongoing effort to entice residents to keep fit, strong and flexible, the staff always searches for the latest exercise methods.
by Jane Walker
Top 10 Lessons I’ve Learned for Successful Aging
In October I turned the big six-o! This got me thinking about my career working with older adults.
by Ted Terrill
We, Meaning You, Meaning Me
Shortly after I retired, my wife and I were relaxing in the living room, sipping our Friday night martinis, when she made a suggestion.
by Jan Olson
Fitness Served a la Golf Cart
The mission of LeadingAge is to expand the world of possibilities for aging. The organization boasts more than 6,000 members and partners in 39 states representing the entire field of aging services.
by Fred Barthmus
During the summer of 1943, I spent two weeks with my grandmother in the village of Nimesch in Romania.