Posts Tagged:continuing care retirement communities

Senior living honors go to Hahn Communications

Hahn Communications recently won two national awards from the Mature Market Resource Center for our communications work designed to reach the senior living market. The first award was for our blog content for Morningside of Fullerton, a continuing care retirement community in Fullerton, Calif., which offers senior living on a campus-like setting. In addition, we were honored for a…

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Using Residents’ Stories in Senior Living

Think back to high school. For most of us, the opinion and experiences of our peers carried much more weight than those of our parents or teachers. So it shouldn’t be surprising that many seniors are still influenced by the opinions of their peers, which is why using resident stories to communicate the positives of…

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National Senior Citizens Day

It seems there’s a national day for everything, but National Senior Citizens Day on August 21 is well-justified. President Ronald Reagan established this honorary holiday back in 1988 to recognize seniors for their many achievements and contributions to their communities. This year’s National Senior Citizens Day promises to be bigger than ever. In fact, it…

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Retirement communities full of ageless stories

Space and time are fleeting for residents at retirement communities Retirement communities are full of people with fantastic personal histories. Allen Richardson, a resident of Morningside of Fullerton in Orange County, Calif., recently shared his own experiences as a structural engineer for Apollo 13 and the space shuttle program with the Orange County Register.

La Costa Glen


ARE YOU READY FOR A CCRC? Have you ever thought of moving to a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), but don’t know if you’re ready? Take this short quiz – it just might be the right move for you. You want to live a worry-free lifestyle without the headaches of maintaining a home. You may…

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La Costa Glen resident was fourth female helicopter pilot in history

Nancy Stratford, a resident at La Costa Glen retirement community in Carlsbad, Calif., defied gravity and the odds by becoming one of the world’s true female aviators during World War II. Read about her adventures in the U-T San Diego.  

Stoneridge Creek Pleasanton Celebrates Grand Opening

Stoneridge Creek Pleasanton (, the first new continuing care retirement community to be built in the East Bay in decades, celebrated its official grand opening last week with more than 600 new residents and their families, special guests, and local government officials in attendance. The midday event commemorated the start of new beginnings for hundreds…

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