As people around the globe have learned to adapt to life during the pandemic, many have realized that they must continue moving forward with their lives as best possible. That’s why Heron’s Key’s new residents, Barbara and Harry Lee, continued to seek out their perfect Life Plan Community, despite the state of the world, and …Read More
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Dust off a Skillset of the Past Or Try Your Hand at a Brand-new Creative Endeavor. If you’re like a lot of people, now that the winter holidays are over and spring still seems a long way off, you might be tempted to burrow beneath the blankets and set the alarm clock for April. The …Read More
Holiday Celebrations May Be Different This Year, But You Can Still Make Them Memorable “There’s always an excuse to celebrate someone you love.”— Cynthia Rowley As the winter holiday season approaches, many of us will turn our thoughts to celebrating. And for most of us, our holiday celebrations will look a little different this year …Read More
Heron’s Key Resident Weighs in . . . Heron’s Key resident Sue Engen, and many of her neighbors and friends, can be counted among the more than 25% of seniors 55 and older who volunteer within their communities. According to data collected by the Corporation for National and Community Service, this remarkable demographic contributes more …Read More
At Heron’s Key, you’ll find endless opportunities to build new friendships! It’s no secret that staying connected with others helps to ward off some of the issues commonly associated with aging. Senior living communities like Heron’s Key are ideal for those who want to form new friendships and be involved with people who have similar …Read More
As communities across the country try to limit the spread of the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19, there are widespread calls to practice social distancing — limiting our risk of getting sick by limiting our exposure to people who might already be infected. One of our top priorities is the health and well-being of Heron’s …Read More