Century Park exists to serve each resident that blesses us with his or her presence. We celebrate these residents through Life in Progress – a blog dedicated to highlighting the unique qualities and beautiful memories that shape their lives, along with expert tips for seniors.
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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, the way retirement communities marketed and hosted events changed abruptly.
The continued health and safety of our residents and associates is the highest priority to our entire Century Park family.
December 7, 1941 - a date many of us recognize as the attack on Pearl Harbor.
The halls of Garden Plaza of Greenbriar Cove echoed with the iconic sounds of the ’50s.
We asked residents all over the country about their best vacations ever.
Garden Plaza of Greenbriar Cove, an independent living community in Ooltewah, Tennessee, is about to celebrate its 10-year anniversary.
Each year Century Park’s assisted living communities participate in a nationwide campaign known as National Assisted Living Week.
Curry is on a mission, besides serving the seniors at Garden Plaza, to remove some of the trauma that foster children experience.
We're excited to once again join in the fight against Alzheimer’s as a Walk to End Alzheimer's National Team.
We asked residents all over the country about the historical events that shaped their lives.
This month, our communities celebrated National Ice Cream Day on Sunday, July 21.
A group of residents from Cascade Park in Woodburn, Oregon, made the trip to Willamette National Cemetery.
“I would do anything I could for the residents – they are my adopted family.”
Our communities celebrated National Strawberry Shortcake Day on Friday, June 14.
Janet Garcia, a certified nursing assistant at Pointe Frontier, recently won Century Park's annual customer service award.
This month, our communities celebrated National BBQ Day on Thursday, May 16.
John Clement, a resident at Garden Plaza of Aurora, Colorado lived in Honolulu, Hawaii during the infamous Pearl Harbor attack of WWII.
On March 13, 2019, residents from two Tennessee communities competed in a corn hole competition!
This month, our communities celebrated National Grilled Cheese Day on Friday, April 12.
This month, our communities celebrated National Crunch Taco Day on Monday, March 18.
Seven residents from The Bridge at Paradise Valley in Las Vegas took a sweet trip to the Ethel M. Chocolate Factory.
Celebrate World Storytelling Day by reading stories of Century Park residents!
KKTV Channel 11, a local news station in Colorado, welcomed the residents as they learned about TV news and weather.
John Voehl, an Abraham Lincoln historian visited Garden Plaza of Aurora on Feb. 19, 2019
This month, our communities celebrated National Pancake Day on Thursday, February 21.
Garden Plaza and The Bridge at Inverrary are implementing a creative way to remind employees of the importance of an injury-fee workplace.
While we watch the big game on Sunday, we will eat. But as we age, it is important for us to snack smart
This month, our communities celebrated National Pie Day on Wednesday, January 23.
In 2019, Century Park communities all over the country will be celebrating various national food days each month.
Seniors especially face challenges with dental care and should be intentional about maintaining the health of their teeth and gums.
Five sweet ladies from Cascade Park turned their passion into purpose when they decided to knit and crochet hats for babies.
Bette Higgins, a resident at The Bridge at Ooltewah, recently had her artwork featured on a Christmas card.
June Hamm, a resident at The Inn at Garden Plaza, recently had her artwork featured on a Christmas card.
Lynn Evans Mand, a resident at The AbbeWood, an assisted living facility in Elyria, recently had her artwork featured on a Christmas card.
Dolores Sunley, a resident at The Bridge at Hickory Woods, recently had her artwork featured on a Christmas card.
Several risk factors play a part in developing diabetes. Do you know the signs?
Here are some simple nutrition tips that promise optimal brain health and strengthen the preventive power against Alzheimer’s disease.
Doris Smith, resident care coordinator, won the Colorado Health Care Association’s Caregiver of the Year Award
Seniors should be aware of the steps they can take to stay healthy through immunizations.
There are plenty of healthy snacking alternatives to enjoy with your Halloween festivities!
If you are well-informed about sepsis, you will easily recognize symptoms and be aware of opportunities to prevent the illness.
Westside Garden Plaza is helping patients punch out Parkinson’s – literally.
Bridgett Dallas was awarded as this year’s Going the Extra Mile winner from among Century Park’s more than 40 communities nationwide.
May is Osteoporosis Awareness Month, a good time to evaluate your food choices and exercise lifestyle.
While it seems that time with your doctor may be increasingly limited, it’s important to come into your appointment prepared with questions.
Want the chance to spend more time with their loved ones? Simple nutrition, exercise and lifestyle choices may help you do just that.
Amidst all the business of Christmas, many of our Century Park residents make time to give to those in need.
Multiple residents were honored on Veterans Day at Cherry Creek Retirement Village for their service to our country.
Growing up in upstate New York, I have some great memories of our family coming together during the fall to celebrate many things.
Following these tips can help you avoid painful and costly falls. That may enable you to stay active and enjoy a long and injury-free life.
Corinne Stanton gives credit to the Lord, a dedicated doctor and a “popcorn angel” for saving her life.
This year, Kristie Tucker was chosen as the overall winner of Century Park’s Going the Extra Mile award from more than 40 communities.
Century Park Associates is incredibly proud of all of our veterans and thankful to those who gave their lives in service.
A love for knitting and crafting is the common thread that has pulled a group of Aurora women together for several hours each day.
It’s national nutrition month and a great opportunity to learn how to become an educated buyer.
At Okinawa, Hart's battalion rendered aid to casualties as the 27th attacked another ridge not far from Hacksaw Ridge.