August 14, 2012

New Lower Rates for Studio Assisted Living Apartments – Emeritus at Churchill

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Effective August 10th 2012, unhealthy Emeritus at Churchill (140 Carriage Club Drive in Mooresville) has created a new dynamic pricing structure for our studio assisted living apartments. Our Studio apartments are now $3, ampoule 075 per month. This new standard rate provides an initial savings of $4, nurse 000 from the previous rate structure, plus an annual savings of over $8,000, for a total savings of over $12,000.

Emeritus at Churchill offers Assisted Living, Independent Living, and Memory Care apartments with three different styles to choose from (studio, 1 bedroom, and 2 bedrooms). Emeritus at Churchill is an upscale senior living community minutes from Lake Norman. Emeritus at Churchill features restaurant style dining, spacious courtyards and patios, 24/7 clinical staff, and numerous additional amenities and services including on-site rehabilitation services.

Join us Thursday September 27th at 2pm for our name change ribbon cutting and networking event

For complete information or to schedule a tour, contact Stuart Madow at 704-658-1200 or at



August 13, 2012

The 5th annual Fall Prevention Awareness Day is Sep 22nd

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Did you know that every 15 seconds, drugstore an older adult is seen in an Emergency Department for a fall- related injury and every 29 minutes, illness an older adult dies from a fall? Falls are the leading cause of both fatal and nonfatal injuries for those aged 65+ costing this country over $28 billion annually. Falls threaten seniors’ safety and independence and generate enormous economic and personal costs. But they’re also largely preventable. This year forty-five states will stand together with 70+ national organizations, professional associations, and federal agencies that comprise the Falls Free© Initiative to participate in 5th annual Falls Prevention Awareness Day (FPAD) on Sept. 22. We promote the day to bring attention to effective strategies to reduce the risk of falling. This year’s theme, Standing Together to Prevent Falls, seeks to unite professionals, older adults, caregivers, and family members to play a part in raising awareness and preventing falls in the older adult population. Everyone can play a role in keeping seniors safe. Start planning your FPAD activities today!
Find ideas for your FPAD | Find your State Coalition


The Meyerhoff Senior Center Invites You To – A Roast & Toast of Carmen Porte

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August 9, 2012

The Dos and Don’ts of Protecting Your Finances

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Courtesy of Karen Kennedy
A challenging economy brings about plenty of uncertainties, help but you may be better able to weather a storm if you have certain financial safeguards in place. Here are some suggestions that may help you maintain a solid financial footing.
  • Do pay off debt.  As challenging as it may be, make debt reduction one of your top priorities—particularly credit card balances with high interest rates.
  • Do consider refinancing your home. While mortgage interest rates are still low, you may want to lock into a fixed rate loan.
  • Do look for ways to scale back. Consider moving to a smaller, more affordable home or apartment. At the same time, sell possessions that you no longer use—such as an exercise bike or collections of items that no longer interest you—and save the money.
  • Do try to live on one salary. If you and your partner are both employed, strive to live on one income and put some or all of the rest in savings. Be sure some of that money is deposited into accounts that are accessible for emergencies.
  • Do negotiate. Ask for lower rates on credit cards and for discounts on merchandise. If there are sign-up fees for a particular service, see if that fee can be waived. In lean times, some retailers will agree, just to keep you as a customer.
  • Do pay cash for purchases. Spend only what you have in hand right now; put off purchases that require you to add to a credit card balance.
  • Do enrich your salary potential. Learn new skills, take on some different responsibilities at work or even start a small part-time business. In a downturn, the expertise you bring to a position may help make you invaluable to your company—or give you options should you be downsized.
  • Don’t raid your retirement account. You’ll typically pay a 10 percent federal income-tax penalty for removing the funds early, and you’ll shortchange your future.
  • Don’t let insurance lapse. Keep your home, disability, life, and car insurance coverage current. If something happens to you during a down time, you’ll need that protection.
  • Don’t co-sign a loan. It’s risky unless you’re sure you can shoulder the entire burden yourself. Even if the co-signer is trustworthy, there’s no guarantee he or she won’t default.
  • Don’t take on additional debt. Thoroughly evaluate any outlay that results in debt. A student loan for your child may be a reasonable debt—but a big credit card expense is not.
The information in this article was obtained from various sources. While we believe it to be reliable and accurate, we do not warrant the accuracy or reliability of the information. The information is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified professional. Nor is it intended to effect coverage under any policy. State Farm makes no guarantees of results from use of this information. We assume no liability in connection with the information nor the suggestions made.

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Please join The Stratford at Beyer Park for a three part educational series – Stroke Education and Awareness

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The Details –

The Stratford at Beyer Park
3529 Forest Glenn Drive Modesto, cure CA 95355
(209) 236-1900


August 8, 2012


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Shepherd’s Center SouthEast Charlottte invites all interested golfers to participate in the Third Annual Fundraiser Golf Tournament. $100 Player Fee will benefit the Medical Transportation Program for non-driving senior citizens living in South and East Charlotte. Players receive a free box lunch from Bojangles, sildenafil Inc., stuff a gift bag, troche and there are GREAT prizes for teams and individuals. We are pleased to announce that Wells Fargo as our Premier Sponsor of this event! Please call SCSE at our new number: 704-321-0325 for more information and registration forms.

Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation

7504 Olde Sycamore Dr.

Mint Hill, NC

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Registration at 9am – Shotgun start at 10am


Join us at Horizon Bay Concord for a chicken wing cookout!

Filed under: Senior Housing,Senior Housing Events,Senior Living Guide — seniorlivingguide @ 10:28 am

Join us at Horizon Bay Concord for a chicken wing cookout! Enjoy delicious food and live music and register to win door prizes. You won’t want to miss this tasty event! While you’re here, treat take a tour of our beautiful community and see why so many people call Horizon Bay Concord “home.”


August 6, 2012

Don’t Forget to Get YOUR FREE Ad or Upgrade on!

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The end of our FREE web promotion is quickly approaching!  We’ve given away 100’s of ads and upgrades – all with no obligation for anything, this is truly a “something for nothing” type of event.  If you haven’t already done so, please visit and fill out the super simple form, we’ll take it from there.  If you HAVE already done so, CONGRATULATIONS, you truly are a savvy marketer and got FREE advertising for your community or service!



Legal and Financial Planning When Your Loved One Has Alzheimer’s – A Free Talk from The Alzheimer’s Association and The Ivey

Filed under: Alzheimer's,Senior Living Guide — seniorlivingguide @ 3:27 pm

Charlotte – If someone you love is affected by Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, the time for legal and financial planning is now.

Come to a free community seminar and learn more about what legal and financial issues to consider, and how to put plans into place.  The seminar is presented by The Alzheimer’s Association and is hosted by The Ivey adult day care.  Join us on Tuesday, August 14, from 2 to 4 pm or 6 to 8 pm, at The Ivey, 6030 Park South Drive in Charlotte. Admission is free but pre-registration is requested. To pre-register, call The Ivey at 704/909-2070.

Presenters Teresa Hoover and Jennifer Barnhardt from the Alzheimer’s Association will discuss how to make legal plans and find legal and financial assistance, legal documents you’ll need and what they mean, tax deductions and credits, and government programs that can help pay for care.

For caregivers, respite care is available for loved ones during the presentation with advance notice. Call The Ivey to arrange at 704/909-2070.

About The Ivey
The Ivey® is a not-for-profit adult day care center that provides daytime services for people living with Alzheimer’s and other types of memory loss, social isolation, or physical frailty due to stroke, Parkinson’s, and similar illnesses. The Ivey offers socialization, engaging activities, meals from a Johnson & Wales-trained chef, and healthcare monitoring from an on-site registered nurse. The Ivey’s services allow caregivers to hold jobs, continue friendships, and refresh from the responsibilities of providing constant care. For more information, visit .

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