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Collington, A Kendal Affiliate: A Continuing Care Retirement Community

Collington, A Kendal Affiliate is a CCRC: A Continuing Care Retirement Community. Collington residents can move between levels of care based on their needs.

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10 Pumpkin Recipes to Impress Your Senior Living Community

When fall rolls around, pumpkin-inspired treats are very popular. Here are ten pumpkin recipes to impress others in your senior living community and loved ones.

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9 Fun DIY Halloween Crafts For Your Retirement Community

With Halloween right around the corner, here are 9 fun do it yourself crafts for for your retirement community. Impress your neighbors, friends, & loved ones!

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5 Key Foods To Living A Longer Life

Here are five foods that are key factors in living a longer life. They can build up your immune system, improve functionality, prevent mental illness.

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7 Lifestyle Changes To Expect When Choosing A Senior Living Community

Lifestyle changes to expect when choosing a senior living community. Enjoy Better Care, More Space, Diversity and more at Collington, A Kendal Affiliate

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6 Relaxing Spots To Visit For A Retiree

When you retire, think of all of the relaxing places you'll have time to visit! From California to Italy, these are the perfect places for retirees to visit.

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Senior Living Made Easy!  Fun Activities for Retirees...

In senior living, there is more time to participate in new activities. From gardening to making pottery, new and fun activities are a good way to spend time.

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9 Financial Tips To Make Senior Living A Reality

Learn financial tips and strategies for senior living and adult living communities. Retirement living the way you want it to be...

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5 Early Signs of Dementia You Should Know

Knowing the signs of dementia can tell you when it is time to speak to a medical professional. There is not a cure for dementia but seeking advice early can improve a person’s life. 

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