Tis The Season – Christmas Shopping Tips for Seniors

Companies nationwide are hiring thousands of new employees to prepare for the upcoming holiday season. According to Business Insider, Amazon alone is onboarding approximately 150,000 seasonal workers to mitigate the upcoming increase in demand. As companies scramble to assemble their staff and inventory for peak season, now is the time to secure gifts for your […]

The Art (and Science) of Senior Living: Technology + Neuroarchitecture

Innovative Technology Blends Neoclassical with Neuroartchitecture Beneath Corso Atlanta’s curving lines and intimate social spaces is more than art. Using technology to measure how the built environment impacts behavior and wellbeing, parent company Galerie Living is developing wellness environments that promote physical, mental, and social health. Corso’s campus is centered around soon-to-be bustling courtyards, promoting […]

A Media Trailblazer: Delos Knight

Hailing from Bogalusa, Louisiana, Delos Knight is a veteran, world traveler, and media mogul. He began his career at only 13 years old when he created and disseminated his own newspaper in his hometown. Not long after, he was approached by the local newspaper to write their high school column. This was his first step in […]

Getting S.M.A.R.T. about Your Goals

The second half of the year has arrived! Have you gotten around to accomplishing those New Year’s resolutions yet? No worries! The SMART guide is a tried and true method to help achieve your goals in a comprehensive way. This golden rule assists to craft goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely. Executing […]

Support, care and assisting others with memory impairment

In the United States, about 16 million people have age-associated memory impairment. Countless families include loved ones with memory care complications. More than 6 million Americans in 2021 are dealing with Alzheimer’s disease, while approximately 10 million suffer from Dementia. At Village Park Senior Living, we understand how difficult it can be to care for […]

Dispelling Major Stereotypes About Seniors Part Two

For the last Corso blog, we discussed two major stereotypes about seniors that can keep people from understanding how older Americans fit into our society. Today, we’re picking up where we left off and concluding (for now) our discussion of senior stereotypes: Misconception 3: Seniors don’t impact popular culture.  Music, movies, and television associated with […]

Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is important for many reasons. As we age, nutritional needs change in many ways. What we eat is a major factor in maintaining wellness. Keeping a balanced diet benefits your mental health, helps avoid chronic illnesses, and ensures lasting mobility. Although nutritional needs vary, there are a few staples that help […]

Three Cheers for the Red, White and Blue

Patriotic displays and events are organized nationwide to celebrate American Independence Day. The annual celebration takes place on July 4th to commemorate the establishment of the United States of America in 1776. Fourth of July is quickly approaching. From food and fashion to fireworks there are several ways to display patriotism and celebrate the 245th […]

The History of Father’s Day

Father’s Day in America can be traced back to the early 1900s. There are multiple ways to celebrate your paternal figures on this occasion. Spending quality time, giving gifts, or doing something meaningful for your loved ones are all ways you can show appreciation on Father’s Day. The history of Father’s Day is layered with […]

A Father’s Impact

Parenthood is composed of several challenges, triumphs, and responsibilities. Parents offer support and guidance for their children. The presence of a maternal and paternal figure in the home has been proven to have a positive effect on a child. From adolescent confidence to their views into adulthood, parents shape their child’s overall disposition in life. […]