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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

Lisa Kiely’s Tips on Living Well

Lisa Kiely, Park Springs’ Director of Wellness and Community Life Services, recently put together a list of tips for seniors on how to live well – today: Understand what is happening in your community, participate, attend meetings. Have an opinion and vote. Vote at the polls but also vote with your feet and your wallet.

Focus on Wellness: A Greater Quality of Life at Park Springs

As Colin Milner, Founder and CEO of the International Council on Active Aging (ICAA), notes in his recent article Achieving a Greater Quality of Life, continuing care retirement communities like Park Springs, an ICAA ‘Champion for Positive Aging’, need to make sure that they create a ‘wellness culture’ to help Members age more successfully. Milner

Author Kristen Obaranec of “Until I Write Again…Love, Sam” Speaks at Park Springs

Recently, Lisa Kiely, Director of Wellness and Community Life Services invited her good friend and author Kristen Obaranec, APR, Communications Director – Marketing and Communications at the YMCA OF METRO ATLANTA to talk about her book “Until I write again…Love, Sam. Letters Home During World  War II.” Kristen was well received by the Park Springs Members.

Park Springs Welcomes All Members and Employees to The Fox Theatre Marquee Club

One of the many benefits of living at Park Springs is its association with Atlanta’s thriving arts and theater district. This month The Fabulous Fox Theater welcomed all Park Springs Members, employees and friends to its Marquee Club.  Free membership in the Fox Theatre Marquee Club allows Park Springs’ residents and employees priority access to

David Ellis, Greater Atlanta HBA, Presents Innovation Award to Lisa Kiely at Park Springs

On February 25, David Ellis, the Executive Vice President of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, honored Park Springs CCRC and presented Lisa Kiely, Park Springs Director of Wellness and Community Culture, with the actual trophy for winning the 2012 Innovation Award. In January 2013, at the International Builders Show in Las Vegas, at the

New Study Shows: Fitness in 40s, 50s Tied to Lower Dementia Risk

According to John Gever, Senior Editor of MedPage Today, individuals with the highest levels of cardiorespiratory fitness during middle age were significantly less likely to develop dementia in their senior years, according to a long-term prospective study. (See MedPageToday.com) Notes Gever: “Although the observational study could not prove that cardiorespiratory fitness actually prevents onset of dementia later on, Laura

Park Springs, Atlanta’s Premier CCRC, Wins Special ‘Best of NAHB 50+ Housing’ Innovation Award with Senior Awareness Flash Mob

Atlanta (January 24, 2013) – Park Springs, Atlanta’s premier continuing care retirement community, was honored yesterday by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) at the International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas with the Innovation Award for the category Best NAHB 50+ Lifestyle Event. Park Springs was recognized for its September 2012 ‘Senior Awareness Flash

Wellness Challenge 2013: Get in the Habit of Being Healthy

For a healthy and active start to 2013, Lisa Kiely, Director of Wellness and Community Culture at Park Springs CCRC, encourages Park Springs’ members and staff to participate in “Wellness Challenge 2013” a multi-faceted exercise incentive program for the entire community. In addition to typical physical challenges, the mental, social, vocational and spiritual aspects that

Preserve. Honor. Educate.

That is the mission of the Witness to War Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to preserving the stories and unique experiences of combat veterans through video interviews. The Foundation was started in an attempt to answer the unanswerable: What was it like to be there? Park Springs has embarked on establishing a Living Library:

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