Park Springs Blog

Dining out is a great way to enjoy the luxury of retirement at Park Springs. We offer four different dining locations with a great selection of menu items to choose from. Enjoy the company of your new neighbors and dine in style when you retire...

Park Springs’ operator, Life Care Services, is a member of the International Council on Active Aging (ICAA), an association that leads, connects and defines the activeaging industry, and that supports organizations and professionals that develop wellness environments and services for adults over 50. ICAA promotes...

Congratulations to Park Springs Member, Martha Sheffield on earning the National Wildlife Federation’s Certified Wildlife Habitat for her garden! Although Sheffield downsized from 27 acres in Lithonia, to approximately an eighth of an acre at Park Springs, she didn’t have to give up her green...

When deciding whether to stay with Medicare or choosing a Managed Care program there are many things to take into consideration.   Medicare A is for hospital and skilled nursing stays while Medicare B is going to cover doctors visits, all modalities of therapy (physical, occupational and...

An article featured on Senior Housing News reports a study has found that loneliness can speed up the aging process. The study, published by Cornell in Psychology and Aging, notes that “the social pain of loneliness produces changes in the body that mimic the aging...

Featured on America’s Commercial Real Estate Show, Andy Isakson, managing partner of Isakson Living, is quoted in the article “CREShow: Seniors Housing Appeal Grows for Investors.” According to the article, Michael Bull, the host of the show, and guests discussed the senior housing sector and...

Our society seems to be obsessed with the negative aspects of aging.  Research has shown some of the secrets to successful aging include socialization, finding meaningful activities, and accepting changes. Aging gracefully is by no means an effortless task but attitude plays a critical role...

Park Springs has been awarded recognition as an official wildlife habitat from the National Wildlife Federation! Martha Sheffield, a Park Springs Member, stepped forward to make this recognition possible. As a Certified Wildlife Habitat, Park Springs joins a prestigious group of sites throughout the country...