You can call her ‘Nana Jane.’ She loves to crochet and is often seen doing so, according to Kelly Rozzi, activities coordinator at Park Vista of Youngstown.
Helping your parents adjust to life in a retirement community can be a bit tricky – even if they are excited about the change in lifestyles for them. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to ease the adjustment while reminding your parents they are vitally important people in your life. These are a few of the things you can do to make the transition so much easier for mom or dad.
With the dawn of all of these new social media sites, learning them can be a little overwhelming. We have what you need to know about Facebook and how it can help you!
Social media is a powerful tool we can all use to stay in touch with our family and reconnect with old friends. You don’t want to miss out!
Mount Pleasant Retirement Village, a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community, is proud of resident Chester (Chet) Fleming who served as Grand Marshal of the Fourth of July parade.
On July 1, the OPRS Foundation turned 30, starting in 1986 with $1.5 million in assets. Over that time, more than 1,100 charitable gift annuities have been established, with 278 of the current charitable gift annuities valued at more than $7.3 million and 912 matured charitable gift annuities providing over $20 million.
In honor of the OPRS Foundation's 30th anniversary, here's a look at key periods of change and growth.
Intergenerational relationships are so important and beneficial to all involved. Read our blog to find out how!
Break out of your comfort zone with these new workout routines. Read our blog to learn what exercises you should try!
If you’re like most people, images of your family are probably languishing on your smartphone or tucked away in the closet on an old computer.