Park Springs Blog

It's great to be back home again at Park Springs! My husband Colonel "Mac"McNair and I just returned from a delightful Fall Foliage cruise to New England and the St. Lawrence seaway, ending in Quebec City Canada.  So much history of interest in that area,  for...

I am excited to welcome the Directors and Members of Park Springs to our blog. I look forward to the enlightening comments and resourceful information you provide. I am hopeful that guests to our blog will find this information of benefit as well....

You don't have to be a lap swimmer to get a workout in Park Springs' pool. You can easily design your own low-impact fitness routine that will be gentler on your joints and body, but still offer calorie-burning and muscle-toning benefits. Exercising in a swimming pool...

As a child, many of us spent countless hours designing original masterpieces by simply using a couple of crayons and a piece of construction paper; building blocks; or tissues, scissors and glue. Think you may have lost your creativity over the years? Think again. At Park...

We are excited to announce that our Director of Nursing, Amy Medina, at the premier Atlanta Active Adult Community is introducing a new Alzheimer’s Training Program. All employees will begin training in June. The employees will be trained on various topics such as; Intro to...

So, what are antioxidants? Antioxidants are disease-fighting compounds that scientists believe help repair and/or prevent the stress of oxidation, a process that occurs naturally during cell function. This summer, why not ignite your mealtime with the tasty, healthy nutrition of berries. Here's how the berries fared...

Results of the AARP study yielded the following interesting findings: 90% of those surveyed said they learn best by putting their hands on something, playing with it, listening to it, watching it and thinking about it. Park Springs offers numerous cultural, social and recreational activities -...

Johns Hopkins University researchers have discovered new evidence that suggests eating a little chocolate - especially dark chocolate - might help ward off artery-blocking, heart attack-provoking blood clots. It seems clots form more slowly in the blood of chocolate lovers than of those who pass up...

Studies show your health is better if where you're living provides you with regular meals, lots of friends, and the spontaneity of neighborhood social and recreational activities. One study found that Members of communities with a full continuum of care such as Park Springs were...

"Securing Your Future: Planning Your Retirement in Today's Market," a panel discussion, addressed the benefit of preparing for retirement in today's economy and positive signs that the Atlanta real estate market is experiencing a revival. Atlanta's seniors turned out to listen to advice provided by experts...