1. 10 Things You Should Do After Retirement & a Few Things You Shouldn’t

    Ah, retirement. The day you’ve literally been working your entire life for! Retirement is much more than a single event, but is a life change that will alter the course of your future. Many of us have visions of what retirement will look like and for many it is a time to “catch up” on all the things we are too busy for when we are establishing careers and growing families. Ideally, retiremen…Read More

  2. The Importance of Immunizations For Seniors

    A lot of attention is paid to the vaccine schedule for young children as an important preventative tool for infants and school-aged children against communicable disease. However, as we age, our immune systems weaken and we are more susceptible to a wide variety of communicable diseases. As medical technology advances and more diseases are proven to be prevented through immunization, it is importa…Read More

  3. Luxury Senior Living at Pine Hills Retirement Community

    Luxury senior living seems to be a term that is defined as better-than-average senior living. However, at Pine Hills Retirement community, we are of the philosophy that luxury senior living should be full of the luxuries you looked forward to about retirement your whole life! In our working age, we worked hard and skipped out on the luxuries we could have had on the premise that once we reached th…Read More

  4. Alzheimer’s Awareness: Know the Warning Signs

    Despite popular belief, cognitive decline is not a normal part of aging. While many people begin to slow down as they age, it has more to do with life events and lifestyle choices rather than a forced decline brought about by aging. If you live in a senior living center or retirement community, like Pine Hills Retirement Community, you already know that getting older does not mean you have to slow…Read More

  5. Caring For Dementia and Alzheimer’s Caregivers

    As our population ages, more and more family members are caring for parents, grandparents and siblings with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. They take on responsibilities that they aren’t trained for. They do the best the can. And, often, they suffer irreversible health consequences as a result of the stress they are under. The Alzheimer's Foundation of America estimates that more than five mi…Read More