5 Tips to Eat Healthy During the Holidays

December 3, 2019

During the holiday season, everyone seems to be in the spirit of cooking and baking. After all, aren’t the holidays about great friends, good food and celebration? While many people give themselves a free pass to enjoy all of their favorite festive treats, many want to ensure those extra pounds don’t add up! You don’t […]

Read More

Winter Safety 101: Staying Safe and Healthy This Season

November 11, 2019

In the winter, there’s so much to do. From visiting friends and family to going to festivals, holiday symphonies and ballets, shopping and more, it’s one of the most wonderful times of the year. To enjoy it, it’s important to do your part in staying safe and healthy, ensuring a holiday season to remember. “Winter […]

Read More

Moving Time: When Is the Best Time to Transition Into a Life Plan Community?

November 1, 2019

Transitioning to a Life Plan Community is something many people think about, as is when it is best to make that transition. This answer is often different for everyone, but there are a growing number of reasons why transitioning earlier is better than doing so later. “Transitioning to a Life Plan Community early allows for […]

Read More

How to Adjust to the Effects of Daylight Savings Time Ending This Fall

October 22, 2019

Daylight savings time is coming to a close, and with it comes an extra hour of sleep!  While it’s usually harder to adjust when losing an hour of sleep in the spring, falling back does usually require some adjustment, as well. “With an extra hour of sleep and an increase of natural sunlight in the […]

Read More

4 Things You Didn’t Know About Continuing Care Retirement Communities

October 7, 2019

Continuing Care Retirement Communities come with a wide array of benefits, as many people know. In doing research to find where might be the best fit according to your lifestyle, you will find plenty of the same information. From quality health care to an engaging lifestyle, they can all tend to blur together. To help […]

Read More

3 Advantages of a Resident-Driven Lifestyle at Kendal on Hudson

October 7, 2019

From your career and volunteer opportunities to your education, travel experience and social circle, you have been in complete control of your lifestyle. Whether you want to expand on your education, learn a new hobby or simply take advantage of everything life has to offer, your lifestyle shouldn’t change because of a decision to move […]

Read More

5 Reasons to Downsize into Independent Living Before Winter Begins

October 7, 2019

People often say that winter is the most wonderful time of the year, and often, it is. From beautiful snow showers, family gatherings and winter holidays, to festive meals, bountiful traditions and more, the season is truly great. For seniors, however, it can be a little more troublesome. “The snow, ice and weather can cause […]

Read More

Best Places to See Fall Foliage in the Greater Westchester County Area

September 24, 2019

Soon the trees will be changing colors, cool autumn air will have us bundling up, pies will be baked, and with each footstep, we will be crunching leaves. There is not only so much to love about autumn, but there is so much to see and do as well. “At Kendal on Hudson, the fall […]

Read More

Fall Fitness: 7 Ways to Stay Healthy All Season Long

September 24, 2019

Fitness is a crucial part of life, no matter what season. While it can be tempting to slack on fitness in the fall and winter seasons, there are plenty of ways to stay active and healthy, whether indoors or outdoors. “At Kendal on Hudson, we focus on wellness and healthy living all year long, as […]

Read More

Developing Friendships in Your New Senior Living Community

September 24, 2019

Developing friendships in a senior living community is simple thanks to an array of programming and activities, opportunities for lifelong learning and volunteerism, resident committees and community involvement. It’s nearly impossible to have difficulty forming friendships and it’s easy to see why. “At senior living communities, there is so much to do that it’s hard […]

Read More