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Summer 2020 Issue

View the Digital Magazine In This Issue... We are certainly living in historic times and have so many messages in front of us daily that our heads are spinning. Now more than ever, I find myself wanting to quiet down all the “noise” and regroup. Yearning to be outside [...]

July 18th, 2020|2020 Issues|

Feature Articles


Retirement Communities

The Highview at Searstone

Searstone is expanding our own horizons with The Highview, a new 4-story residential addition. Featuring 152 elegant apartment homes, a 5,000-square-foot auditorium and arts center and three exciting new dining venues, it’s a next-level retirement living opportunity for those who have the foresight to envision a future in the heart of Cary. [...]

August 17th, 2020|Life Plan Communities|


Is Extended Isolation Killing Older Adults in Long-Term Care?

Five months of COVID-19 lockdowns have created a mental health crisis. When the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S., long-term care facilities went into lockdown. Experts say that the lockdown is fueling a mental health crisis that's amplifying the devastating impacts of the pandemic on the long-term care industry. [...]

September 15th, 2020|Assisted Living, Rehabilitation & Nursing|

Service Providers

How To Approach Market Volatility In Retirement

Retirement is an important milestone that often comes after years (or decades) of careful planning. But even the most seasoned planners couldn’t have foreseen the severe market selloff that happened in March in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic. The abrupt end to the 10-year bull market surprised investors [...]

July 30th, 2020|Financial Planning & Money Management|

Staying Fit & Healthy

Arts, Leisure & Travel

Candles for a Cure – WFU Student Honors Her Mother’s Memory

Few of our memories from 1st grade stick with us but one 1st grade memory for Taylor Graustein remains vivid. The morning her mom dropped her off at school complaining of a splitting headache. It’s the day her mom learned she had a tumor of the brain. What followed over the next 8 years doctors described as a miracle for someone with Carmela Graustein’s cancer. [...]

April 7th, 2020|Arts & Culture|