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  • Sign Language Class with Tracy Crooks

    Sign Language Class with Tracy Crooks

    We have started our Watermark University classes and it has been interesting seeing residents being a part of the classes. It gives us all a reason to learn and thrive together!

  • Spanish 101 – Watermark University Class Teaches Residents New Language

    Spanish 101 – Watermark University Class Teaches Residents New Language

    Our first Watermark University class with Richard Benner teaching Spanish was a success. We had a great turn out. The resident’s who participated seemed very interested in learning Spanish. Great job to Richard.

  • Spring 2018 Watermark University Catalog is here!

    Spring 2018 Watermark University Catalog is here!

    Welcome to our first semester of Watermark University! With almost 10 different classes with everything from Young Living Essential Oils to Learn How to Crochet to Basic Spanish to Sign Language 101 and even Sharing Poetry, you’re sure to find a class that piques your interest. While these amazing classes are for, and taught by, our residents […]

  • January 2018 Newsletter & Community Life Calendar

    January 2018 Newsletter & Community Life Calendar

    Looking for that next class, club or event to inspire, delight or amaze you? Look no further. We’ve got a month full of exciting classes and we are sure you will find something you’ll enjoy. » Click to download the January 2018 Newsletter & Calendar.

  • Christmas Spirit at Park Crescent

    Christmas Spirit at Park Crescent

    Our Breakfast with Santa was a great memory for everyone. Residents and associates came together enjoying special time together with family and friends.

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Sign Language Class with Tracy Crooks

We have started our Watermark University classes and it has been interesting seeing residents being a part of the classes. It gives us all a reason to learn and thrive together!

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Spanish 101 – Watermark University Class Teaches Residents New Language

Our first Watermark University class with Richard Benner teaching Spanish was a success. We had a great turn out. The resident’s who participated seemed very interested in learning Spanish. Great job to Richard.

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Spring 2018 Watermark University Catalog is here!

Welcome to our first semester of Watermark University! With almost 10 different classes with everything from Young Living Essential Oils to Learn How to Crochet to Basic Spanish to Sign Language 101 and even Sharing Poetry, you’re sure to find a class that piques your interest. While these amazing classes are for, and taught by, our residents […]

Read more about Spring 2018 Watermark University Catalog is here!

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Chef Recipe: Thrive 5 Granola

Start off that New Year right with some healthy eating. Now you can make granola in your own kitchen with the help of the below recipe. INGREDIENTS: 1/3 cup maple syrup 1/3 cup packed light brown sugar 4 tsp vanilla extract 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 cup vegetable oil 5 cups old-fashioned rolled oats (do not use […]

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Tips for Children of Aging Parents

Many adult children feel uncomfortable discussing or even acknowledging the subtle changes in behavior or lifestyle of mom or dad. Often they take on the responsibility of caring for their parents while taking care of their own children and maintaining a full time job. FindLaw offers several tips for children of aging parents to help minimize […]

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7 Common Questions (and Answers!) about Medicare

With over 10,000 people enrolling in Medicare every day over the next 10 years, the National Council on Aging has put together a series of commonly asked questions and answers about Medicare. To read the full article, please click here. The National Council on Aging and their website http://www.ncoa.org/ is an invaluable resource for anybody […]

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Ten Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease

Not even sure what questions to ask? Take a look at this article from the Alzheimer’s Association on the Ten Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease. The Alzheimer’s Association and their website www.alz.org is an invaluable resource for anybody with questions about memory related disease. Contact us for more information about our beautiful Memory Care […]

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SeniorAdvisor Review – Well-Appointed Community

Lovely place! Light, Airy, well appointed, friendly. Priced competitively. Many activities and services. Tour guide, was very pleasant and informative.

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Caring.com Review – Active Social Calendar

My father-in-law has moved in at Legacy at Park Crescent. We chose this because of the people who were there, and it was more of a community. They do grocery shopping, and they also have lot of activities like social events where they have teenagers come dance with the elderly. They also have bingo all […]

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Caring.com Review – Beautiful Grounds and Caring Staff

My mom lives at The Legacy right now. They are great and seem very nice, very helpful, and patient with her. When my father was there, they have to have lots of different aides and staff come in. Mom was having a day where she didn’t want to leave him, so they brought meals to […]

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