Anticipations - July 2013
A monthly online guide to a place where you can anticipate more.

We're laying it on the table

Get the lowdown on the facts and figures behind making a move to Asbury Methodist Village. Join us for lunch and a roundtable discussion in a model apartment home. You'll get a chance to ask the tough questions, and get in-depth answers about the options, benefits and surprising affordability of Asbury.

Roundtable lunches are limited to 10 guests, so reserve your place at the table today. 

You can RSVP online for the next event on Tuesday, July 16. Or call 301-825-9364 for an alternate date that may be more convenient for you.

Asbury Antiques Appraisal Show

Uncover the value of the hidden treasures in your home at the Asbury Antiques Appraisal Show. J. Michael Flanigan, who has been offering appraisals on America's favorite antiques show for the past 11 years, will host the event. Bring a treasured item, hear fascinating histories and get a free appraisal from one of the foremost experts in the field.

The show begins at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, August 20, in Asbury's Rosborough Theater.

Seats are sure to fill up fast, so RSVP today by calling 301-825-9364, or visit AsburyMethodistVillage.org/Appraisal.

Get a new Perspective

Looking for ways to start those difficult conversations? Want a better understanding of ways to create positive interactions with a loved one who has memory loss? Or just looking for a few ways to stay fit without getting yourself to the gym? It's all in The Asbury Perspective, a new blog aimed at providing answers and inspiration to people who care about aging. Check out the latest articles by Asbury residents and associates – and feel free to post your own comments or share with others.

Take a look at The Asbury Perspective.

Resident Spotlight: Phyllis Zeno

Phyllis Zeno began her career writing music and lyrics for CBS's Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians television show. In later years, Phyllis worked solely in words as the founding editor of AAA Going Places magazine, which covered Florida, Georgia and Tennessee. Now "retired," Phyllis is not about to give up writing. She still contributes frequently to Chicken Soup for the Soul and other publications. When Phyllis moved to Asbury Methodist Village as a newlywed a couple months ago, she found a new outlet for her writing talents – a brand-new blog called The Asbury Perspective.

Read Phyllis's blog entry to learn about her love story.

Bring Asbury to your home

Enjoy some of the same services delivered to Asbury Methodist Village residents in your own home! Asbury Methodist Village at Home is now providing services throughout Montgomery County. Whatever a client needs – whether personal care, pet care, transportation, or companion care – is delivered with a smile and a focus on promoting independence and joy.

Interested in trying out services or giving them as a gift to a family member or neighbor? For a limited time, purchase 4 hours of service and get 2 hours free.

Contact Amy Ostrolenk at 301-679-0543, or visit www.AsburyMethodistVillageAtHome.org.

The science of aging gracefully

Many people are chasing the fountain of youth, but a recent study finds that no potion or supplement holds the answer. The solution to looking and feeling younger lies elsewhere.

Discover the secret.
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