Blog | Dallas Retirement Village

This is the Dallas Retirement Village Blog where you can find information relevant to seniors.  This information ranges from updates to healthcare policy to ways to stay fit, active and engaged as you age.

Spring cleaning and downsizing: The perfect time to start

By Tawnya Rohde, Director of Sales and Marketing–Independent Living  There’s something invigorating about opening the windows for the first time each spring. The fresh air puts a little spring in your step. So it’s the perfect time to channel that energy toward something positive—like getting a jumpstart on downsizing for retirement. This doesn’t mean you […]

Read More

6 inspiring ways senior living communities have evolved over the years

By Tawnya Rohde, Director of Sales and Marketing- Independent Living As recently as the 1970s, people age 70+ were considered “elderly.” When they moved from their family homes, the next step was an “old folks home.” While those terms weren’t intended to be negative, the overall impression focused on the expected decline in health and […]

Read More

Medicare changes could drastically reduce home health funding—increasing the need to have a plan for future care

By Shellie Friesen-Berry Director of Admissions & Marketing Assisted Living, Memory Care & Health Center Considering the ever-increasing cost of health care, it’s important to have a plan for future health care needs. That’s even more crucial now with proposed Medicare changes that would cut nearly $1 billion for home health services. If these Medicare […]

Read More

Intro to CCRCs:
A quick course in understanding this senior living option

When you start to compare senior living options, there’s almost always a reference to a continuing care retirement community (CCRC). If you’re like most people, you have a general understanding of the concept. But as for a specific CCRC definition…that’s where things get a little fuzzy. In fact, Salem-area residents often ask us, “What is […]

Read More
Connect With Us

Complete and submit the form below and we'll be in touch. You can also call us at (503) 623-5581.

"*" indicates required fields

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.