News from and about Sedgebrook.

Check this page often for the latest news, articles and stories about Sedgebrook — including insight on how to age successfully.


How to Identify and Avoid COVID-19 Scams Targeting Seniors

The national upheaval surrounding the coronavirus has opened the door for new digital and telephone COVID-19 scams targeting America’s seniors. Protecting seniors from scams is one of our goals, and the best way for older adults to avoid falling victim to one of these scams is to know about them and be on your guard. …

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Opening up Our Community – June 22, 2020

Many state and county governments are releasing plans to reopen the economy to essential businesses.  While this is an encouraging sign, please know this process will be thoughtfully considered at Sedgebrook. We will implement a multi-phased approach when reopening our community.  As we serve vulnerable adults throughout our community, Sedgebrook’s reopening phases may differ than …

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How to Prepare Your Pets for Moving into Senior Living

Your move to a senior living community is a big transition for you. It’ll be a big change for your pet, too! While their world can seem small to them, it can feel overwhelmingly larger when it’s turned upside down and suddenly they’re in an entirely new environment. Surely you’re excited that your new community …

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What Age Should I Move into Senior Living?

If you’re considering moving into a retirement community someday, but you’re not sure when someday is, you should consider a few factors that could influence when to move into senior living, such as cost and your health. Independent senior living costs can actually save you money, and there are many benefits of calling a retirement …

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5 Ways Water Aerobics Keeps Seniors Happy and Healthy

It’s no doubt regular exercise maintains healthiness and happiness in people of all ages. For seniors, some methods of exercise, such as heavy weightlifting and running, can be too harsh on joints and cause strain or injury. Water aerobics, however, is a fantastic method of exercise for seniors because of the safety the water provides …

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Opening Up Our Community

May 12, 2020 Federal and state governments are releasing plans to reopen the economy to essential business. While this is an encouraging sign to our country’s response to COVID-19, please know this process will be taken thoughtfully at Sedgebrook. We will implement a three-phased approach when reopening our community. Decisions for each phase will be …

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Social Distancing: Indoor Activities for Seniors

Now that we’re staying at home more and venturing out less, our social lives have changed dramatically. We can’t meet friends for coffee and a croissant without putting our health at risk. Going to the gym is akin to visiting a germ factory. Theaters are closed, weddings and worship services are distant affairs, and don’t …

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How to Celebrate Mother’s Day While Practicing Social Distancing

Social distancing – our new normal. Generally, social distancing involves measures to restrict when, where, and how many people can gather, with the goal of stopping or slowing the spread of COVID-19. With Mother’s Day approaching on May 10, the ‘Stay at Home’ order will change the way we show our mothers how much we …

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COVID-19 Update

After careful consideration for the health and safety of residents, employees, and family members, our community amended its visitor policy on Monday, March 16, and is restricting visitors from entering our community. Please bookmark the LCS website for future updates and information regarding our community COVID-19 response and prevention measures already implemented, such as: ·        Educating …

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