Explore our selection of blog posts and articles about wellness, moving, senior living options, and more.
Alzheimer’s Awareness – Providing Care For Loved Ones With Dementia
February 17, 2022
An interview with Memory Care Manager, Kate Ellis written by Cherelle Perry Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive brain disorder that alters memory function and behavior.
Coming This Winter Season, Lucy’s Market at Corso Atlanta
November 30, 2021
An iconic Buckhead favorite is coming to Corso Atlanta. After 12 years of carefully merchandising selected goods for the North Atlanta neighborhood, Lucy’s Market
The Art (and Science) of Senior Living: Technology + Neuroarchitecture
October 22, 2021
Innovative Technology Blends Neoclassical with Neuroarchitecture Beneath Corso Atlanta’s curving lines and intimate social spaces is more than art. Using technology to measure how
Senior Tech Corner: Limiting Distractions from Your Smartphone (Part 1)
August 2, 2021
These days, many people worry that we’re spending too much time staring at the tiny screens of our smartphones. There’s no doubt that too
Can Memory Care Help You or Your Loved One?
August 2, 2021
It’s no secret that dementia is one of the most difficult conditions to deal with. An Alzheimer’s (or any other memory-related cognitive disease) diagnosis
Fun Activities to Do with Your Grandchildren
August 2, 2021
Being a grandparent and having the opportunity to spend time with your grandchildren is such a great gift.  There is nothing better for your
The Value of Community Among Seniors
August 2, 2021
As we get older, various circumstances often align to make us spend more time alone. Friends and family move or pass away, we lose
Understanding the Signs of Stroke with the FAST Method
August 2, 2021
Most of us know someone who has suffered a stroke. The effects of this common health event can turn out to be surmountable, devastating,
5 Tips for Keeping Your Memory Sharp as You Age – Part Two
August 2, 2021
As many jokes as you see on TV and in movies about seniors and memory loss, there’s nothing funny about it when it starts