Anticipations - October 2014
A monthly online guide to a place where you can anticipate more.

A Magic Pill for Elective Surgery?

Surgery takes a toll on your body, and as we age, the amount of time it takes to bounce back lengthens. It is not uncommon for people to put off elective surgeries due to recovery concerns, but Asbury's Director of Wellness, Cathy Richards, has the prescription for dramatically improving your outcome.

Find out what it is here.

Resident Profile: Barbara Harbison

Many Asbury residents have and continue to travel far and wide, but Barbara Harbison has a record that's hard to match. She has lived or worked in all 50 states except two.

Read about Barbara's peripatetic career and her equally active retirement lifestyle here.

Doctor's Orders: Take a Walk!

A recent study suggests that two common prescriptions for boosting your mood can make you a whole lot happier. Read why making time to walk with friends is so important here.

Meet Asbury's Best Fisherman

Catch a glimpse of Asbury's treasured heron as he waits for his breakfast in the campus's Wildlife Preserve. And see photos of a few of our other furred and feathered friends here.

Tour Park View Apartments

With many apartments that overlook the Wildlife Preserve, the campus's most convenient access to its wooded walking paths, and a Sunday brunch that will make your mouth water, Park View Apartments are a must see. Enjoy a virtual tour here.

Anticipate More — Fall 2014 Issue

See how exercise revitalized one Asbury resident's functional fitness. Try our chef's antipasto appetizer for your next gathering. Get this and more in Anticipate More magazine. - Asbury Methodist Village Facebook Page - Equal Housing Opportunity, CARF CCAC Accredited - 301-825-9364