Important Notice About COVID-19

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) confirmed that individuals who have a breakthrough infection can spread the virus to others. They have since recommended anyone living in a high transmission or substantial transmission area wear a mask indoors, regardless of...
Living Single in a Retirement Community

Living Single in a Retirement Community

Many people assume that retirement communities are built for couples. But you may be surprised to learn that nearly half of Edgewood residents are either widowed, divorced or single-by-choice. If you find yourself in one of these categories, you owe it to yourself to...
Supportive Care: How to choose assisted living or memory support

Supportive Care: How to choose assisted living or memory support

Ten steps to finding the right community for someone you love If someone you love is struggling with some of the basic activities of daily living — whether due to physical limitations, general cognitive decline or memory problems associated with the early stages of...
Five Downsizing Tips for Seniors

Five Downsizing Tips for Seniors

“What am I going to do with all this stuff?” If that’s a question that has crossed your mind lately, you’re not alone. At Edgewood, we don’t consider downsizing a chore. In fact, many members of our community were able to find joy in this endeavor as excitement for...
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