Spotlight on Memory Care

Did you know that Assisted Living and Memory Care are two of the most in-demand senior living services in Columbus, Ohio? Memory care programs cater to those living with Alzheimer’s, dementia or other memory problems. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, over 5 million people in the U.S. have some form of dementia. It affects memory, …

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The Top 3 Myths about Senior Living

It might surprise you that senior living myths affect your perceptions of communities like Friendship Village of Dublin. In fact, widely held but false beliefs may stand in the way of your finding the right Columbus retirement community for yourself or a loved one. At Friendship Village of Dublin, senior living is about LIVING! We …

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Enhancing Spiritual Wellness for Columbus Seniors

Spiritual wellness is a top priority for many Columbus seniors. In fact, a University of Chicago study found belief in a higher power increases as we age, regardless of where we live. The research showed that spirituality becomes even more important after we reach age 68. At Friendship Village of Dublin, spiritual wellness is one …

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Free Webinar: Navigating Your Future

Learn How LifeCare Provides a Team Dedicated to Your Continuity of Care Join us on Zoom at 2 p.m., Tuesday, January 26th for a free educational webinar! From keeping you active to getting you back on your feet after a hospital stay, our team is there to help you in every situation.  Led by Executive …

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How Solo Agers Can Thrive in Senior Living Communities

Did you know that one-third of Baby Boomers (today’s 56 to 74-year-olds) are single?   Increasingly, these solo agers are turning to senior living communities like Friendship Village of Dublin to enjoy a secure and vibrant lifestyle. “Solo agers are drawn to the companionship, amenities and activities of our LifeCare community,” said Executive Director Rita Doherty. “They …

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3 Ways Senior Living Communities Promote Emotional Wellness

Your internal thoughts and feelings have a big impact on your quality of life at any age. That’s why senior living communities like Friendship Village of Dublin provide emotional wellness programs for all residents. “Our emotional wellness programs emphasize awareness and acceptance of feelings and encourage a positive outlook on life,” said Executive Director Rita …

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Benefits of Social Wellness for Columbus Seniors

If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that people need people. Social distancing and safer-at-home policies designed to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus have left many feeling isolated and alone, decreasing social wellness. In a June 2020 University of Michigan poll, more than half of older adults reported feeling isolated from …

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Charitable Giving Supports Life in Perfect Balance

Friendship Village of Dublin was founded almost 40 years ago by a local group committed to serving central Ohio seniors. Our non-profit community operates as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Today, we’re governed by a local leadership team and all-volunteer board of directors who put the best interests of our residents and associates first. “As a …

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Lifelong Learning for Columbus Seniors

At Friendship Village of Dublin, Columbus seniors explore new ideas, build skills, and enrich their lifestyle through Lifelong Learning programs. A healthy connection of mind, body and spirit is key to thriving at any age. As we grow older, strengthening this connection becomes even more important. “Keeping your brain active and engaged is especially important …

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9 Dimensions of Wellness for Senior Living

Want to live life to the fullest as you age? Focus on wellness, say senior living experts! The concept of wellness is almost as old as civilization itself. In 600 BCE, Greek Philosopher Thales offered a simple prescription for the good life: “Who is happy?” he wrote. “The person who has a healthy body, a …

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