Posts in the ‘Home & Safety’ Category


Smarts and Strength: Tips to Prevent Falls

As people get older, they might be more prone to fall – and that can unfortunately lead to injuries and loss of mobility. After experiencing a bad fall, some people develop a fear of falling – which in turn may put the person at risk for more falls! Certain things that may increase the risk

Park Springs Members Adopt No-Idling Program

Park Springs is not your typical retirement community. It’s not just the beautiful buildings and views on its campus next to Stone Mountain Park that set it apart; it’s also the level of activity and engagement its members show in the community. As Director of Wellness and Community Life Services for Park Springs, Lisa Kiely

What Are Some of the Things You Taught Your Children?

Recently, a great article by Sharon Greenthal appeared in the Huffington Post. Like parents everywhere, she shares her life lessons with her children, some practical, some profound – and some quite unexpected: Never go anywhere empty-handed. Always bring a little something for the host or hostess. Go when you’re invited. Always accept an invitation. You

This Old House

The Emmy Award-winning home improvement series “This Old House” is a favorite of many. It began in 1979 as a one-time, 13-part series on the Boston PBS station WGHB, and grew into one of the most popular programs on the network. For some who are eager to make the move to an active retirement community,

Park Springs Supports Webinar for Preventing Falls

At Park Springs, our main concern is our Members’ overall wellness. Personalized plans for healthy and active lifestyles are designed to keep Members in control of their own lives. Our commitment to sharing important information and news in the senior community is aimed to keep Members and their families aware of common issues. September 22

Taking Out the Trash

On May 13th, 2012, we had our 2nd Annual Shred Day provided by A Shred Ahead from 10:00am to 2:00pm. Our Annual Shred Day is an opportunity for our employees and members to eliminate unwanted, out-dated and unnecessary paper free of charge to them. Now I know that you are asking, why shred? Well let

Interesting articles on the Housing Market and Long Term Care

Today, the Wall Street Journal has an interesting section entitled “Squaring off on Personal Finance” Two issues that are discussed in this section are closely related to Park Springs. These sections deal with the current state of the housing market, and the decision to purchase long term care insurance. Please follow the attached link to

Want a 12% greater chance of selling your home?

If so, list your home now.  Those who have their home on the market in the spring and summer are 12% more likely to sell their home than listing it in the fall or winter.  That statistic was just one of many positive reasons to plan to sell your home now shared with guests at our

The new normal for Atlanta residential real estate.

Today I had the opportunity to hear from two leading real estate agents in Park Springs primary market area provide an overview of the Atlanta senior living market as part of our Lunch and Learn series.  Both Bradford Smith and Beth Steele agree the market has reached a new normal.  They share that when the crash

Park Springs offers real, hands-on assistance selling your home.

There was no shortage of fine retirement communities in Atlanta to choose from.  But none offered Bob and Charlene (“Chuckie”) Towles hands-on assistance with selling their Florida home. Bob liked the value he saw in the Vintage Home Program (VHP).  It gives new Members a way to start enjoying the Park Springs lifestyle even before

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