Take a Hike: Senior Tips for Tackling Those Trails

Older adults who’ve enjoyed the great outdoors their entire lives don’t have to retire from their senior hiking trips or hang up their walking shoes as they age. British adventurer Rosie Swale-Pope circumnavigated the globe on foot, covering over 20,000 miles at age 57. Retired Marine Maurice Green was 74 when he completed the Pacific… Continue reading Take a Hike: Senior Tips for Tackling Those Trails

Discover Cedar Rapids: 7 Must-See Spots Near Iowa’s Heartland

Cedar Rapids experiences all four seasons the same way other parts of the country do. But citizens of and visitors to the city–much like residents of Cottage Grove Place–also celebrate an extra season that transcends weather patterns and is a constant companion lasting all year long. Much more than a catchy slogan, the City of… Continue reading Discover Cedar Rapids: 7 Must-See Spots Near Iowa’s Heartland

A Creative Start to the New Year: Art Therapy for Seniors

What better moment to dive into the world of creativity than the beginning of a new year? January is International Creativity Month—the perfect time for seniors to embark on an art therapy journey that can paint their lives with joy, imagination and wellness. In this blog, we’ll look at the benefits of art therapy and… Continue reading A Creative Start to the New Year: Art Therapy for Seniors

The Pain of Paying for Long Term Care is Real; A Ccrc Can Help

Saving for your retirement and senior living goals is a lifelong endeavor for many people. Depending on your spending and saving style, you may have your money set aside into designated buckets for each spending objective. Mental accounting is the phenomenon by which we treat money differently based on where the money came from and how it… Continue reading The Pain of Paying for Long Term Care is Real; A Ccrc Can Help