Every Widow Wakes One Morning

Every Widow Wakes One Morning

“Every widow wakes one morning, perhaps after years of pure and unwavering grieving, to realize she slept a good night’s sleep, and will be able to eat breakfast, and doesn’t hear her husband’s ghost all the time, but only some of the time. Her...
VETERANS BENEFITS, A GREAT RESOURCE FOR SENIORS

VETERANS BENEFITS, A GREAT RESOURCE FOR SENIORS

VETERANS BENEFITS, A GREAT RESOURCE FOR SENIORS –by Kristen Bathon, Sales & Marketing, The Landings at Reed Station Parkway Are you a wartime veteran (or the surviving spouse of one) with care needs that require assistance of another person on a regular basis? Are...
7 Tips for Downsizing to A Smaller Space

7 Tips for Downsizing to A Smaller Space

So, you’re moving to a new space? This a great opportunity for new experiences! With this sort of opportunity comes some headache of downsizing. I know most of us don’t like this term, but think about it…We all need less stuff, right? Instead of making downsizing an...
KCB AWARDS BRIGHT SPOT TO THE LANDINGS

KCB AWARDS BRIGHT SPOT TO THE LANDINGS

For Immediate Release  March 11, 2019 KCB AWARDS BRIGHT SPOT TO THE LANDINGS Carbondale, IL. Nominated by the board of Keep Carbondale Beautiful for the March Bright Spot award, The Landings at Reed Station Crossing presents itself as a resort both inside and...
Employee Spotlight: Gabe Parker

Employee Spotlight: Gabe Parker

Here at The Landings we strive to provide the best care for our residents. Part of that great care includes a bright and fun-loving living environment. When stepping foot in The Landings, you will find happy residents and happy employees! It’s people like Gabe Parker,...

A Year in Review

  As we look back on 2018, it is especially fitting for us to reflect on the amazing year we’ve had a give thanks for it! We are so thankful! In addition to providing excellent care for our residents, we were fortunate to celebrate many milestones with our...

5 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Stay Active

There are many reasons why we might become more sedentary as we age; health issues, pain or balance, etc. Or perhaps you feel that exercise is just not for you. No matter your current physical condition, these tips can help you stay motivated to keep moving! Keep in...

3 Ways to Cope with Transition

Moving from home to a senior living community is hard for both the senior and the caregiver. The transition is emotional and bittersweet for all those involved. According to the Family Caregiver Alliance, “An estimated 44 million Americans age 18 and older provide...