Wit and Wisdom Blog for Atria Senior Living


 

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a new view on growing older
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Assisted Living – What You Should Know

When you’re making a decision to move your mom or dad into a senior living community, the...

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Caregiver Support

Betty Dean, Atria Sugar Land Resident

Wash Day Peach Cobbler Recipe | The Atria Kitchen

When I was a child, Monday was wash day and the laundry was done in our back yard. The laundry...

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The Atria Kitchen

Atria Lynbrook Resident Publishes First Book

Nearly eight decades in the making, Atria Lynbrook resident and poet Jeanette Konwiser published...

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Active Aging, Wit & Wisdom

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The Broken Headlight on the Mercury

Before learning how to help, you need to know when to help. A warning sign can be as subtle as a...

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Atria Meridian Resident’s Song, “Atria, You Are The 1”

Atria, You Are The One (To be sung to the tune of “Margie”)  Written by Dorothy Siegel,...

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Atria Rancho Park Couple

Atria Rancho Park Couple Renews Vows After 72 Years

After nearly 72 years of marriage, Lyle and Gail Isaacs finally got the wedding celebration they...

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What Senior Living Communities Will Look Like in 10 Years

Like most other industries, the trends among senior living communities are rapidly evolving. The...

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News In Aging

Mother’s Butter Cookie Recipe | The Atria Kitchen

“We couldn’t afford a telephone when we first got married.” Atria on Roslyn Harbor...

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The Atria Kitchen

Howard and Claude S.

Love With Staying Power

In this day and age, love doesn’t always stand the test of time. But for Atria Meridian residents...

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