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Volunteerism and its link to better aging
By Steve Proctor, CEO, Presbyterian Senior Living
Guest Column, McNight's Long-Term Care news & Assisted Living
Could volunteering during retirement years be the proverbial “Fountain of Youth”? Several recent studies demonstrate that not only does volunteering during our later years improve health – it can also mean living longer.
Local Retirement Community Holds Secret To Long And Happy Life
By Jemie Lee
WMDT ABC 47 News
DOVER, Del. - A local retirement community in Delaware has recently adopted a scientific lifestyle approach based on research - residents say it's the secret to living a long and happy life.
Downbeat for seniors: The ‘Cupid Shuffle’
By Jack Haberer, editor
The Presbyterian Outlook
Long before Masterpiece Living officially launched at Glen Meadows, signs of the new approach to senior living could be seen and heard across the community. One employee with a love for line dancing sparked a community-wide line dance set to Cupid’s “Cupid Shuffle” — bringing together residents and staff in an effort to help them lead more active and fulfilling lifestyles.Read the commentary at www.pres-outlook.com