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A Rainy Day At The Yard

by a Broadmead resident

Twenty residents plus Wellness Director Andy Switzer rode the Broadmead bus to Oriole Park on May 16 to attend a rare midweek day game. A discouraging weather forecast produced several no-shows. Those who elected to brave the elements endured intermittent rain that never quite rose to the level of delaying the game.

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The Summer Creative Scene

by a Broadmead resident

In the delicious days of summer, many of us take our creativity outdoors into gardens and activities that flourish in the sunny days. But on those days that offer oppressive heat or inconvenient rain, make sure to set aside some time to enjoy the arts offered by Broadmead’s exhibit spaces or join an art class.

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Getting To Know Maureen Horman, Director of Rehabilitation

by a Broadmead resident

Speaking at the May session of The Exchange, Maureen Horman, Director of Genesis Rehabilitation Therapies at Broadmead, told the audience that the highest possible degree of wellbeing of residents is the goal of her operation.

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Welcome New Residents Norman & Karen Meadow

by a Broadmead resident

As a child, Norman Meadow was fascinated by the world’s biological diversity, and this has permeated his life’s work as a biologist and conservation advocate. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Norman received both his bachelor’s degree and Ph.D. in biology from the University of Pennsylvania. He began his career in scientific research with a study on aging, using the short life span of the rotifer—a microscopic aquatic animal with tissues and organs.

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Comparing Life Plan Retirement Communities

by Brad Breeding for My LifeSite

Shopping for a life plan retirement community (also referred to as a CCRC or continuing care retirement community) requires a lot of research, and your final decision will be based on many factors–services, location, amenities, reputation, and more–though price is usually one of the most heavily weighted.

If you are comparing more than one CCRC and looking at the side-by-side costs, you need to ensure you are making an apples-to-apples comparison about what services are and are not included in the pricing so that you may draw a fully informed conclusion about which is right for you.

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