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10 Steps for Making Healthy Changes for a Better You — Today

June 15, 2018 | Patricia Wuest

As we older adults know too well, our brain, muscles, appearance and health change in our seventh decade and beyond — but the good news is that making healthy changes now will reap great benefits in the years ahead. It’s not too late! Here are 10 steps for improving your memory, fitness, looks and health […]


Retirement Financial Strategies for Older Adults

June 5, 2018 | Patricia Wuest

By Patricia Wuest Saving for retirement can be challenging and confusing, but if you develop a strategy that’s tailored to your needs and wants — even after retiring — you can ensure a financially secure retirement. After all, you want to spend this time of your life doing what you want, so it’s important to […]


Take Action!

May 15, 2018 | Patricia Wuest

Older adults benefit from healthy lifestyle changes to a greater degree than any other age group, according to the Diabetes Prevention Program study. “The lifestyle change program can help you lose weight through eating better and being more physically active,” reports the Centers for Disease Control. “You will also learn how to reduce stress. All […]


Smartphone Smarts

May 4, 2018 | Patricia Wuest

The battery in your smartphone has a lifespan: Over time, it will start losing power faster and taking longer to charge. Mobile phones use lithium-ion batteries for energy storage. You don’t need to understand the science behind this type of battery, but the bottom line is that they degrade over time. Some of that can […]


All in Good Taste

April 27, 2018 | R’chelle Cyrus-Hughes

Saturday, April 21, 2018, Lake Gibson Village invited the public to join their residents for a double treat. Everyone relaxed in the elegant and historic dinner theatre and enjoyed the beautiful sounds of the Lakeland Chorale Society. It was a mesmerizing performance as Lakeland’s nostalgic mass-member chorus sang a captivating a cappella rendition of ‘My […]


The Jig Does More Than Jostle Your Joints!

April 20, 2018 | R’chelle Cyrus-Hughes

Lake Gibson Village residents had a wonderful time showing off their stepping skills at our Dance To The Music Meet & Greet that took place Sunday, April 8th. Just Dance! Lakeland came out and showed us all how to salsa, two-step, tango, fox trot, hustle and ballroom dance to the beat of some lively music […]


Make the World a Better Place

| Patricia Wuest

It’s sometimes referred to as a “helper’s high”: those who give of themselves experience benefits that boost their emotional and physical well-being. According to a study by the Corporation for National and Community Service, “Research demonstrates that volunteering leads to better health, and older volunteers are the most likely to receive physical and mental health […]


Who Are The Generations: Baby Boomers & The Silent Generation

April 13, 2018 | R’chelle Cyrus-Hughes

Baby Boomers Those born between 1946 and 1964 make up the generation known as the Baby Boomers. They range in age from 50 to 65 and are defined the huge population increase that followed World War II and the Great Depression. This generation grew up in a time of prosperity and an absence of world […]


Who are The Generations?: Generation X, Y and Z

April 6, 2018 | R’chelle Cyrus-Hughes

In launching The Generational Bridge Club, Lake Gibson Village’s new program that bridges the gap between the younger and the older generations, we thought it would be fun to explore the unique attitudes and beliefs of our ever-evolving generations starting with the youngest, Generation Z and graduating to the wisest, the Silent Generation. Enjoy and […]


Lake Gibson Village is Pleased to Introduce The Generational Bridge Club!

March 30, 2018 | R’chelle Cyrus-Hughes

The days of family members living in close proximity are long gone. It is more common today to find extended family members living miles away from each other. Unfortunately, this leaves the youth and young adults without the advantage of bonding and benefiting from the experiences and wisdom of their older family members – primarily […]