Once you’ve decided to make Heron’s Key your new home, your next decision is which specific residence you want. That involves selecting a floor plan, of course, and a location within the community. The selection of homes you’ll have to choose from will depend on the availability of your preferred floor plan(s) at the time …Read More
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When we say, “the spirit of the season,” it may conjure up images of people in a festive mood. In general, people are often a little friendlier and more willing to lend a helping hand during the holidays. December is also the month when people give the most to charities. Though the percentage varies depending …Read More
In August there was a changing of the guard at Heron’s Key as Katie Houck stepped into the role of executive director of the community. Houck arrives with an extensive background in senior living and nursing, as well as a passion that translates into her continuing growth within the industry and developing relationships with residents. …Read More
Click here to view the full Heron’s Flight January 2022 Newsletter.Read More
Click here to view the full December 2021 Newsletter.Read More
Click here to view the full Heron’s Key October 2021 Newsletter.Read More
September 22, the first day of the fall season, is Falls Prevention Awareness Day, and September 20-24 is Falls Prevention Week. Did you know? Each year, more than 1 in 5 older adults (age 65+) fall. One out of five falls results in a serious injury, such as broken bones or a head injury. Annually, …Read More
Click here to view the full Heron’s Flight September 2021 Newsletter.Read More
Once again, Gig Harbor has earned a top spot among the country’s best places to retire. Based on factors that help determine the quality of life for retirees, such as tax-friendliness, medical care and social opportunities, an analysis by the financial planning website SmartAsset™ ranked Gig Harbor as the best place in Washington to retire …Read More
February Is When We Celebrate Valentine’s Day, but It’s Also American Heart Month. Last year, spending on Valentine’s Day here in the U.S. was expected to reach approximately $27.4 billion.1 That’s a lot of candlelit dinners and heart-shaped boxes of chocolates! This year, whether you plan to observe Valentine’s Day traditionally or not, it’s an …Read More