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  • Cedars Members are invited to join the Crush Covid-19 Walking Challenge. Please practice social distancing.

    Walk 19 miles or more in 8 weeks. Walking is a great way to increase strength, balance and energy levels. Walking outside is especially helpful with mood elevation. Note: 4 trips around the Great Lawn equals one mile. To join the challenge, email or call Julie Hardison, Fitness Coordinator at jhardison@cedarsofchapelhill.com or 919-259-7922. Report your weekly mileage…

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  • It’s a Proud Time to Live at the Cedars of Chapel Hill

    Our management company, Life Care Services®, An LCS® Company, was ranked highest in Customer Satisfaction among Senior Living Communities in the J.D. Power study. This award demonstrates that residents and their families are receiving the care and service they absolutely deserve. The award for Highest in Customer Satisfaction among Senior Living Communities encompasses seven individual…

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  • New Year, New You: Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions

    Most of us have made New Year’s resolutions. They might have been in jest, to eat more chocolate, or health-conscious – to lose 20 pounds, or maybe more inclusive – to spend more time with family and friends. But whatever those resolutions might have been, keeping them can be tough. Only about 20% of Americans follow…

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  • Travel Trends: Bucket List and Adventures Still Matter

    One doesn’t have to be of the Millennial generation to look forward to travel. Surveys have found that seniors will take as many as five trips this year, with about half of those trips being both domestic and abroad. A generation that has the desire and interest to go somewhere different, and they can afford to do…

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  • Long-Term Care Insurance: FAQs About What Determines Cost

    Most people don’t like to think about aging and having to rely on someone else to help them do simple everyday activities. However, there is a 70% chance that after age 65, one will need some type of long term care services and about 35% of those people will need long term care (LTC) in…

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  • New Tech for Older Adults

    According to Barbara Shipley, SVP of brand integration at AARP: “The 50+ audience is much more tech-savvy than many marketers give it credit for. Most people don’t realize how multichannel and multidevice this audience is.” This statement is backed up by these statistics: Voice search on smartphones and smart speakers has increased from 6.4 million…

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  • Pickleball: What is it and why should you play it?

    Looking for a fun way to exercise and enjoy the outdoors? It may be time to try your hand at Pickleball. It might sound like some outlandish game that requires unique skills and equipment, but Pickleball has been around for more than 50 years and it’s a sport that can be played by nearly any…

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  • HEALTH CENTER TO MAKE 2019 EVEN HEALTHIER

    With 24 new rooms and three suites, bringing the total number of beds to 78, the DuBose Health Center expansion promises to make 2019 healthier than ever. The suites, each with two beds, can be used as private rooms, traditional suites or couple’s suites. As part of the expansion, existing semiprivate rooms are being converted…

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