Why Life Care is the Best Senior Living Option

When you join the Friendship Village of Dublin community, you aren’t just investing in a home; you’re investing in your future. We are the only retirement community in Dublin, Ohio offering true Life Care services that guarantee compassionate care and protection of your assets from rising healthcare costs. What is Life care? Life Care is …

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For Friendship Village of Dublin Residents, Wanderlust Remains Strong into Retirement

As Central Ohio’s largest retirement community, Friendship Village of Dublin brings together retirees from diverse backgrounds and experiences. In January, this was on full display during our first World Travelers Lunch. Designed to connect residents with a passion for travel, the event was filled with delicious food, interesting stories and recommendations for adventurous seniors. More …

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Friendship Village of Dublin Expands Leadership Team

DUBLIN, Ohio — Friendship Village of Dublin (FVD) has added three new members to its leadership team: Sales and Marketing Director Beth Stiltner, Human Resources Director Angela Vogan and Support Services Director Seth White. “Beth, Angela and Seth bring a wealth of senior living experience and know-how to their new roles,” said Rita Doherty, Friendship …

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Friendship Village of Dublin Resident Preserves Countless Veteran Stories

Pat Dietsch is committed to preserving the experiences of Friendship Village of Dublin’s (FVD) veterans. When you visit the community’s library, you’ll find a collection of stories she created that includes accounts from every resident who served our country. “I’m convinced it was a God thing — I just had to put it together,” Pat …

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Flu Prevention 101

It’s the time of year everyone dreads — flu season. As you age, the side effects of the flu can be longer-lasting and more problematic, including the need for hospitalization and an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. You can protect yourself from the flu in five easy steps: Get a flu shot Recommended …

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Friendship Village of Dublin Celebrates Active Aging Week

Active Aging Week is September 23 – 29, and Friendship Village of Dublin’s residents are ready to roll! Active Aging Week is an international campaign that promotes healthy living in retirement and is redefining senior stereotypes. “More than 10,000 baby boomers are turning 65 today and every day for the next 15 years,” said Rita …

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Wii Have Fun: The Joy of Wii Bowling

Friendship Village of Dublin offers Wii bowling Leagues and the game is open for all residents to use! The Wii, an interactive video gaming system, can be enjoyed by people of any age. The gaming system is motion sensitive — meaning unlike regular video games it requires movement. Because the game mimics real-life, popular games …

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The Life Care Advantage

Nothing provides peace of mind in retirement like having a plan in place for long-term care. At Friendship Village of Dublin, we offer this to our residents through Life Care, a comprehensive long-term care option that guarantees access to assisted living, skilled nursing and memory care support at virtually no additional cost. Becoming a Life …

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The Positive Effects of Sunlight on Your Mood

Get outside and enjoy the sunshine -— your body will thank you! Sunlight is an impressive mood booster for people of all ages, and spending more time in the sun will raise serotonin levels. Increasing the amount of serotonin in your brain can enhance mood and instills a sense of calmness. Use these helpful hints …

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The Advantages of Living in a Life Plan Community

Choosing a retirement living option is a big decision. However, if you know what you’re looking for, it doesn’t have to be a difficult one. So how will you know if you’ve chosen correctly? It won’t feel like you’re giving anything up. In fact, it will probably feel like you’ve gained quite a bit — …

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