Smart appliances and automated systems used to be trendy innovations associated with cutting-edge workplaces and commercial environments. Over time, however, they’ve grown affordable and versatile enough to become commonplace within residential settings as well.
UPDATE: Since writing this post we now are allowing family visitors for residents with limited restrictions. We have also resumed in-person tours - schedule yours today! As we step into this new year, I can only think to myself "there are better days ahead." I can see them on the horizon, and I know our community – both locally and globally – will reach them.
Sit down with Kim, Executive Director, and Kerren & Katie, Sales Directors, for answers to your questions about current daily life at Village Green. Our team is here to discuss how we're keeping residents safe during COVID-19, what life is like on campus, our Value Match Program, and more, below!
Often the most daunting thing about moving into a retirement community is fitting a whole life's worth of things into a smaller home. You have chosen your floor plan, you are ready to start a new life in retirement living, but you still have to figure out how to downsize and fit the things you need into your new home.
While anyone can be the target of various scams and fraudulent activity, seniors are preyed on—and fall victim—at a higher rate than younger individuals because they are typically perceived as more trusting, willing to listen, and sometimes just lonely.
It can be difficult to figure out what to purchase for your older parents for their birthdays and the holidays, especially when they are financially able to buy whatever comes to mind, or if they continually insist they don’t want anything. If you’re on the hunt for the perfect holiday, birthday, or just-because present, here are a few gift ideas for older parents to make the process easier:
With fall officially underway, it is time to start looking forward to the wonderful activities and events the holiday season has to offer, from strolls through autumn foliage and fall festivals to Halloween and Thanksgiving. Not to mention, the fun activities you could do in Federal Way this winter.
For many people, the hardest part about moving is figuring out what to take with them and what to leave behind. If you’ve been living in one home for many years, you know how easy it is for things to accumulate, from mementos and holiday decorations to wall ornaments and other knickknacks.