Chronological aging is inevitable; however, you have control over how well you age.
by Liz Wildberger
Making the decision to leave a home and community where one has invested many happy years is a huge commitment.
by Bruce Bartels
Jan Walks the Walk
Here at PVE we have someone who models the “walk the walk” example.
by Lisa Coe
PVE is CARF Certified
PVE has successfully earned a five-year re-accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
by Dick Spies
Managing Our Stress
Can we remove stress and anxiety from our lives?
by Jan Heise
Healers in Fur Coats
In September, PVE celebrated Active Aging Week and we certainly enjoy a wide variety of physical fitness activities designed for every level of ability here.
by Jeanne Michael
Activities to Educate Your Mind
When Paradise Valley Estates was a new organization, physical activity classes developed quickly, but then residents began to wish for things that would stimulate one’s brain and make the mind think.
by Jan Olson
Pumping Iron to Stay Young
The difference between living independently and needing skilled nursing care as you age can depend in large part on your muscle mass and strength.
by Julie Turner
Senior Neighborhoods Feel Like Home
As an architect and principal of Perkins Eastman, an international planning, design, and consulting firm, Leslie G. Moldow understands how to create communities — often before residents ever live there.
by Jan Olson
Exercise is Medicine
Increased activity can boost your mood, give you increased energy, and put a big smile on your face.