In August 2018 Park Springs received Level One Accreditation for successfully adopting the Butterfly Model of care into Pebblebrook, our Memory Care household. We are proud to be the only Life Plan Community with this level of accreditation in the United States. Our team has...

Park Springs loves to highlight the many aspects of our community that make it a great place to live. Our beautiful 61-acre campus and all its amenities, our comprehensive care and expert staff, and being America’s only Dementia Care Matters certified Butterfly Home are all...

A love of art and regard for its creation has been paramount to the way we connect with one another at Park Springs. That’s why we are so proud to introduce Yvette Hawkins, Cobblestone’s new Creative Arts Coordinator. Yvette joins our team with a lifetime of...

Beautiful art is everywhere at Park Springs. Every day, our Members and staff lend their talents to creating works of art that brighten the lives of their friends, loved ones, and colleagues. In our Memory Care Lake Household, Park Springs team member Jennifer Javier painted several...

  [caption id="attachment_4715" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Park Springs Meal Service[/caption] Healthy eating is an integral part of the healthy lifestyle and the overall Culture of Wellness at Park Springs, the luxury retirement community that provides seniors with independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing care on its beautiful...

Did you know that Park Springs offers convenient transportation services for all Members, including a complimentary on-campus Courtesy Shuttle that runs every day of the week? Well it's true. At Park Springs, we are located near so many local attractions and activities. We encourage our Members...

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...

My Mom, who is 65, recently sent me an email suggesting I read an article in Time magazine entitled, "I hope I die before I have to live with old people."  Obviously wanting to make certain I read it, she went on to figure out how to forward...