Bethany Village residents enjoying a cup of coffee and a laugh
Bethany Village residents enjoying a cup of coffee and a laugh

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Bethany Village is an active, vibrant and engaging senior living community. Stay up to date on our latest news and events, informational articles and major organizational announcements by visiting this News page often.

5 Low-impact Activities for Seniors with Arthritis

May 3, 2018

According to the Arthritis Foundation, around 54 million adults in the U.S. are diagnosed with arthritis, which is the leading cause of disability among American adults. Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis ­­and most frequently affects older adults. This type of arthritis is caused by a break down of the cartilage between joints, […]

Nonprofit vs. For-Profit Retirement Communities: What’s the Real Difference?

May 1, 2018

When you begin the retirement living search for your aging parent, you may find that there are both for-profit and nonprofit retirement communities to choose from. While for-profit and nonprofit communities often offer similar services and features, there are a few major distinctions between the way these types of communities operate. As you evaluate your […]

Bethany Village Welcomes ‘Baby’ Girl

April 26, 2018

Bethany Village is welcoming a “baby” girl to its campus family. The Gardenview Unit, part of Linden House, is proud to announce the “birth” of Bethany Grace. She was born on April 18th, 2018 at 9:16pm. She is 19 inches long and 4.2 pounds. Bethany Grace is a Reborn Doll. These dolls are created by […]

Your Guide to Retirement Community Living Options

When it comes to choosing a place to spend their retirement years, today’s older adults have more living options than ever before. More and more seniors are deciding to downsize their current homes to a smaller, more manageable space, whether it’s for added convenience or to escalating health concerns. If you’re starting the retirement community […]

Women’s Eye Health & Safety Month: 5 Ways to Protect Eye Health

April 24, 2018

Did you know that women are more likely than men to experience visual impairments and eye-related health problems? According to the National Eye Institute, 2.7 million women age 40 and older are visually impaired, and women are at an increased risk of developing senior health issues such as age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, and cataracts. April […]

John ‘Jack’ Hudson To Preview Memphis Belle For Bethany Residents, Community Members

April 20, 2018

On Thursday, May 17, a restored B 17-F Memphis Belle will be unveiled at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.  The restoration comes 75 years at its crew finished their final mission during World War II. The Memphis Belle will be on public display and the exhibit will feature archival film footage and […]

Should You Move to a Faith-Based Retirement Community?

April 19, 2018

For many older adults, faith is an integral and essential aspect of their lives. When looking for a community to spend their retirement years, an increasing number of older adults are choosing communities that meet their health and wellness needs as well as their spiritual needs. Are you considering moving to a faith-based retirement community? […]

5 Signs It’s Time to Move to Assisted Living

April 17, 2018

Moving your aging parent from their home to assisted living is a complicated and often emotional decision. While your parent may insist they can remain living independently, there comes a point where their current living situation may no longer be safe or healthy. Here are some signs that indicate your parent could benefit from moving […]