At Asbury, we believe how you live is just as important as where you live. Here you can find helpful resources from important tips when downsizing to understanding how continuing care retirement communities to work to the services available to new residents. Asbury Methodist Village wants to help you live well and get the most out of life.
Staying in your house as you age is an idea that sounds perfectly nice – and for some people it works out fine. But there’s a flip side. Simply put, your house isn’t getting any younger. It can quickly become a drain on both your financial resources and your energy.
People who are considering...Read More »
Popular Exercises for Senior Living
We’ve all seen the stories of people in their 80s and 90s running marathons or climbing Mt. Everest. Yet, even if we don’t aspire to these heights, we would all like to be actively enjoying life in our older years. Don't assume it's all in the DNA. Get these...Read More »
When considering a move to a retirement community, there’s a lot to learn.
First, you need to understand the different options that exist and the various levels of service and care that each provides. Further, different options carry different financial requirements and can vary widely in cost....Read More »
We've hosted dozens of downsizing and home sale seminars over the years, and we've gathered our fair share of tips from real estate professionals. Here's a look at five that we consistently hear experts share. If you have questions about downsizing and moving, please contact our marketing team. Our...Read More »
We sincerely believe that for many people, moving to a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) is the best move they have ever made. The reason? They tell us! But such an important life decision requires all the facts.
Although, it is...Read More »
There’s no doubt that moving to a retirement community means losing some square footage. But giving up a house does not mean giving up the life you built while living there.
Most new residents feel that their world expands post-move. In addition to their current network of friends, community ties,...Read More »