Eliza Jennings resident, Connie, made the choice for aging well. She spends her time with other residents, participating in the many activities Devon Oaks has to offer, and getting out for a little lunch and shopping with her family and friends at Crocker Park, which is just down the street. Connie has been living at Devon Oaks for five years.
Eliza Jennings resident, Dorothy, made the choice for aging well. She spends her time cooking, painting and tending to the gardens. Dorothy has been living at Devon Oaks for one year.
Eliza Jennings resident, Molly, made the choice for aging well. She spends her time relaxing, socializing and loving her cats. Molly has been living at Devon Oaks for seven years.
Spotlight Residents: Paul and Martha Eliza Jennings residents, Paul and Martha, are living their lives to the fullest. They enjoy having preferences and choices that promote their health and well-being in every aspect of their lives: socially, intellectually, emotionally, spiritually or physically. Explore a day in Paul and Martha’s lives with Eliza Jennings by viewing the timeline below:
Eliza Jennings resident, Thelma, is living her life to the fullest. She enjoys living independently, growing new friendships and nurturing her interests. Thelma has been living at the Renaissance Retirement Campus for two years.
Eliza Jennings resident, Dan, is living his life to the fullest. He enjoys an active, fulfilling lifestyle without the day-to-day worries of managing a typical home. Dan has been living at the Renaissance Retirement Campus for two and a half years.
Medicare health and drug plans change every year! Are you keeping up? Open Enrollment is Oct. 15 – Dec. 7, and it’s your time to review your coverage. Counselors from the Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP) will be here on Dec. 1 to help you review your insurance and answer any questions about your Medicare coverage. Schedule an Read the Rest…
“Programs like SAIDO Learning, which was developed in Japan to address working memory in the prefrontal cortex through handwriting, math and reading out loud, offer other benefits and may help slow memory loss and other normal symptoms of aging.” Read more in this New York Times article.
Sign up for our newsletter and receive updates on industry trends, happenings within our communities, SAIDO Learning stories and more.