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

About

News

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.

3 Big Benefits of Walking Clubs

January 23, 2020

Did you make a resolution to walk more this year? Instead of walking by yourself, consider joining a walking club! Walking with others is a fun, safe, and convenient way to stick with your fitness resolution and make new friends—all while embracing a healthy, active lifestyle. If you’re ready to add more exercise to your […]

How to Manage the Emotional Side of Downsizing

January 21, 2020

Moving is a big undertaking at any stage of life, and it can be especially difficult for older adults transitioning from a large family home to a smaller living space. The decision to downsize to a senior apartment in a retirement community represents a major life change, one that comes with a lot of emotions. […]

How to Compare Assisted Living Memory Care Communities

January 16, 2020

An estimated 5.8 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, and this number is expected to increase over the next decade. As the Baby Boomer generation reaches retirement age, quality memory care will be essential. Recognizing this, the senior living industry has evolved to meet the needs of the next […]

5 Energizing Foods to Fuel Your Winter

January 14, 2020

During the cold winter months, it’s common to experience a lack of energy and motivation. Part of this problem can be the foods we tend to eat in the winter, such as carb-heavy “comfort meals” and sugary holiday treats. While all food gives us fuel, some provide more energy and mood-boosting benefits than others. If […]

5 Uplifting Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

January 9, 2020

As the holidays come to an end, it’s not unusual to sense a shift in your mood. January brings freezing temperatures and shorter days, which can make us all feel a bit more sluggish, unmotivated, and down. Older adults, in particular, are at risk for the “winter blues” because they tend to spend more time […]

Checklist: How to Prepare for a Meeting at a Retirement Community

January 7, 2020

Choosing a continuing-care retirement community for yourself or a loved one is a big decision that requires careful research. Most of the time, families start their search online by looking up nearby retirement communities and comparing the options. However, you can’t evaluate a retirement community just by looking at its website. After you’ve done your […]

Staying Active in the Winter: 4 Fitness Ideas for Older Adults

January 2, 2020

The cold winter months can make it difficult to stay on track with exercise. Between the snow, ice, and freezing temperatures, we’re all spending more time indoors, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still stay active! Winter is a great time to lace up your sneakers and focus on your fitness goals, whether you’re looking […]

Top Questions to Ask When Touring a Memory Care Community

December 30, 2019

When a parent or loved one is living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, it’s essential to find care that meets their unique needs. While many caregivers want their loved ones to stay in a home environment as long as possible, eventually, they will need more care than can be provided at home. […]