Will advances in modern medicine change the way baby boomers view life in retirement?

With medical advances advancing rapidly every year, the trend to develop highly individualized health care plans for patients – especially baby boomers and the elderly – is rapidly gaining momentum. As Dr. Pinchas Cohen, dean of the Leonard Davis School of Gerontology at the University of Southern California points out in Kaiser Health News, “we can’t just apply one-size-fits-all advice for healthy aging.”

Physicians also see the value of considering lifestyle factors such as social isolation as part of their overall plan to help their patients not only live longer, but also enjoy a life. more active, healthy and engaged. “There is a growing understanding of the need to design our environments and social infrastructure in a way that eliminates loneliness,” Dr. Linda Fried, dean of Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, said in KHN. .

The Non-Retirement Community for Healthy Aging

Moorings Park, Naples’ first Life Plan community, has pioneered this very approach to healthy senior living for over 40 years. By providing its residents with the best personalized and integrated health care and a wide range of activities and events that promote social engagement, residents stay more connected to each other and to the world.

Tom Mann, senior living specialist and vice president of Moorings Park Communities, observes: “Our residents have discovered that the key to enjoying their retirement years is directly linked to the holistic approach to aging that they enjoy here. at Moorings Park. In addition to our luxury residences, they have access to concierge physicians who craft highly personalized health and wellness plans. When you combine this with the diverse assortment of social events and activities we offer, you have the recipe for a healthy and satisfying retirement experience.

On Thursday, March 10 at 10:30 a.m., Mann will host Moorings Park’s informative webinar for anyone considering moving to a senior retirement community. This discussion will focus on how moving to this award-winning community can profoundly enhance your retirement experience by providing personalized luxury residences, as well as individualized social and healthcare events that will help you live your happiest life and the healthiest.

Those interested in participating in the webinar can register by visiting MooringsPark.org/Webinar-COPD or by calling 239-232-3903.

Elegantly appointed homes designed just for you

Conveniently located on Goodlette-Frank Road, Moorings Park offers several residence styles with a variety of floor plans ranging from 882 to 5,414 square feet, giving residents the flexibility to choose the home that best suits their needs.

Before moving in, they can also meet creative design professionals at Moorings Park’s on-site selection studio. Showcasing the latest design trends, the studio offers a wide selection of luxury flooring, cabinetry, appliances, paint colors and other options and features – ensuring that every detail is matched to your needs. your specifications. Entrance fees to Moorings Park start at just $421,000 with a 50% refundable option available.

The Simply the Best® approach to health and wellness

In addition to concierge doctors, Moorings Park’s highly trained healthcare team shares a commitment to the health and well-being of each resident, focusing on individual treatment plans, fitness and nutrition. The aim is to provide care and guidance that ensures each resident achieves their personal best.

The community’s Center for Healthy Living® is the heart and soul of this innovative approach, housing physicians and outpatient therapy services, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness center and golf simulator. technology. Assisted living services, skilled nursing, and memory care are also available on campus if needed and are included in the monthly service package.

Moorings Park is the nation’s most financially secure nonprofit, with A or A+ ratings from Standard & Poors and Fitch rating services. Sponsored by the International Council on Active Aging (ICAA), which leads, connects and defines the active aging industry, this award annually recognizes the best wellness-focused environments that benefit all who live and live there. working.

Social opportunities abound at Moorings Park

The lush 83-acre Moorings Park campus is also rich with opportunities to nurture the mind, body, and soul. Residents can start their day with a morning walk on rubberized paths. Live music is held regularly in the acoustically optimized Bower Chapel and you can enjoy fine dining at The Park Grill or Trio restaurants. At Moorings Park there is always something to do and always someone to do it with.

“We love finding new ways to entertain and engage our members,” says Jordan Scardigno, Executive Director of Moorings Park. “Part of our mission is to make sure everyone who lives here has fun!”

“Moorings Park offers monthly cocktail parties, plenty of opportunities to hone your tennis or golf swing skills, or explore our creative arts studio or woodworking shop. Plus, delicious meals from our gourmet restaurants rival with everything you will find on Fifth Avenue in Naples,” continues Scardigno.

You are invited to our informative webinar

Moorings Park will be hosting an informative webinar on Thursday, March 10 at 10:30 a.m. showing how you can personalize your home, healthcare and lifestyle, as well as information on pricing and fees.

“During this webinar, you will discover how the personalized service of our more than 1,000 staff members creates a haven of luxury and peace of mind – right in the heart of Naples,” says Mann.

“It’s a great way to learn about the community from the comfort of your own home,” he continues. “We’re packing a lot of important information into these virtual events, along with video tours of the community’s beautifully landscaped grounds, our three incredible restaurants, and our customizable residences.”

To register for the next informational webinar on Thursday, March 10 at 10:30 a.m., visit MooringsPark.org/Webinar-COPD or call 239-232-3903.

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