Life At The Clare



City living is no longer reserved for 20- or 30-somethings seeking the hustle and bustle that major metropolitans have to offer. Now more than ever, city living for retirees has quite the appeal:


Tutoring is often assumed to take place between peers, such as college student to college student or even older students to younger students. The benefits of tutoring for seniors, though, suggest more people should consider this activity during their retirement years:


There’s no denying the correlation between muscles and aging. As we get older, we lose muscle mass, and often that leads to the perception that we’re weak and unhealthy. But biological age doesn’t have to be the key indicator of overall health, and getting older doesn’t have to mean getting weaker. And maintaining an active lifestyle and building strong muscles is simple when you live at The Clare:


Negative stereotypes around aging run rampant in our society. This may cause many of us to fear getting older, yet there are so many tremendous benefits of aging that we tend to ignore:


In many ways, it can be difficult to equate a senior living community with home. At The Clare, we strive to ensure that our community becomes your true home:


Finding suitable senior living options for couples when they have varying care needs can be difficult, but The Clare makes the situation entirely manageable:


Retirement isn’t all rest, relaxation and an escape from your job. These days, the retirement age seems obsolete, as more seniors work through their older years, including Clare residents:


If you wait until it's the "right" time to move to a senior living community, it may be too late to take advantage of all that communities like The Clare have to offer:


Good nutrition for seniors provides numerous benefits, but it's not always easy to make healthy choices for a well-balanced lifestyle. At The Clare, we make it simple by offering flexible dining options that provide carefully selected menus and professionally prepared meals to promote healthful eating:


Determining how to talk to elderly parents about senior living doesn't have to be daunting or stressful. A family working together can play a vital role in making a positive and comfortable transition. At The Clare, our staff works with new residents to ease the transition, as well:


Loneliness in seniors is more than just an occasional source of melancholy. In fact, it can actually accelerate a decline in health, according to a study in the Archives of Internal Medicine. The Clare recognizes this as a serious problem and has strategies in place to head off loneliness for our residents before it begins:


Stress management for seniors is of utmost importance for optimal health. Communities like The Clare provide residents with a reduced-stress environment and a program of positive ways to process stress, including social activities, exercise and many more. This, in turn, makes stress management for seniors all the more doable


As we age, it becomes more and more important that we continue to set personal fitness goals and push ourselves to maintain our physical health. Exercise for seniors doesn’t have to be a daunting endeavor, either. No matter what kind of activities you participate in, spending a little time each day doing some type of physical activity can greatly improve your quality of life:


Whether you plan on making a move now or within a few years, it pays to weigh the different factors of what to look for in a retirement community:


Moving is stressful for anyone, but downsizing for retirement may seem overwhelming. Here's how to simplify the process:


Read about the ins and outs of The Clare Chartable Foundation, how it began and ways to contribute:


Where you live matters as you age. Consider the benefits of making a move to a senior living community versus staying at home:


Ageism plagues our society, and we all have a responsibility to put an end to negative stereotypes. At The Clare, we work to redefine aging and retirement every day:

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Living at The Clare certainly has its perks, and one of them is living a longer, healthier life: