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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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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Fun Things to Do in Dublin, Ohio

Old Dublin, the historic core of Dublin, Ohio, is just a short walk or ride from Friendship Village of Dublin. While it retains many of its original buildings, it has also seen significant growth over previous decades — making it a unique retail and dining destination. Whether you are exploring it’s historic architecture or sharing …

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Celebrating a 90th Birthday With a Family Reunion

Friendship Village of Dublin residents Mervin and Barbara Muller recently celebrated Mervin’s 90th birthday by hosting a family reunion at Friendship Village of Dublin. With 24 family members ranging from seven to 90-years-old, there was never a dull moment. To accommodate their large family overnight, they rented the four on-site guest rooms in the main …

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A new online presence for Friendship Village of Dublin

Just as the physical campus of Friendship Village of Dublin is undergoing major improvements as part of the community’s multi-year Master Plan, so too has the Village website, www.www.fvdublin.org, been transformed this year. This spring, FVD debuted a brand new website to better reflect the community, its residents and amenities, and our trademark promise of …

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5 Places to Volunteer in Columbus

At Friendship Village of Dublin, we believe the key to a fulfilling retirement is striking a balance between all nine dimensions of wellness: physical, social, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, nutritional, health services, vocational and environmental. One great way to fulfill several dimensions of wellness is by volunteering regularly.  Studies show spending time giving back can reduce …

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Honoring Residents Who Served Our Country

On Saturday, April 7, four Friendship Village of Dublin veterans had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit the D.C. monuments created to memorialize their service to our country. Organized by Honor Flight Columbus, a local organization that’s flown more than 5,000 veterans to our nation’s capital, the trip was intended to thank them for the sacrifices …

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A Warm Welcome to the Myles!

We’re excited to share that we have a local sports celebrity and his bride moving to our beautiful Riverstone apartments at Friendship Village of Dublin! Lorita and William “Bill” Myles of Worthington have spent the last few months downsizing and preparing to move to FVD this spring. If the name is familiar, that’s because Bill …

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Sweetheart Spotlight

If you see a couple holding hands as they stroll through Friendship Village of Dublin, it may be Jack and Marilyn Pettit — a lovely couple celebrating their sixth year on campus. The duo has been happily married since 1972 and both cite their love for OSU football as the force that brought them together …

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