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Spring 2017: Abundant Life at Home

engage Spring issueAnnouncing United Methodist Communities’ Spring 2017 engage! Throughout this issue, you’ll see evidence of United Methodist Communities bringing abundant life to others both within and beyond our walls.
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Fall 2016: Fitness

engage fall issueEvidence that many chronic diseases could be prevented, delayed, or alleviated, through simple lifestyle changes, may explain the profusion of fitness messages. United Methodist Communities’ onsite community life offerings and senior resource cafés encourage older adults to engage in physical exercise. Throughout this issue, you’ll learn how our associate benefits promote healthy lifestyles, find no-tech and technology-aided fitness tips, and discover the nutritional science behind our dining services. Where ever you are, follow your fitness journey!
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Spring 2016: Community Outreach and Industry Trends

United Methodist Homes of New Jersey has become United Methodist Communities. Throughout our 109‐year history, we have grown and responded to the need and demand in senior living. “Communities” better describes our services, influence, and more effectively explains our mission.
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Winter 2015-2016: Alternative Therapies

Alternative medicine is formally defined as any of various systems of healing or treating disease (as homeopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, Ayurveda, or faith healing) that are not included in the traditional curricula taught in medical schools of the United States and Britain. This issue, covers pet ownership and therapy, yoga, exercise, horticultural therapy, T’ai Chi, art therapy, meditation, and customized worship services.

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Fall 2015: The Changing Face of Memory Care

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Nationally, every 70 seconds someone develops Alzheimer’s; an estimated 150,000 people in New Jersey have the illness. You’ll find informative statistics scattered throughout this issue, underscoring the need for expanding the current research to solve this medical puzzle.

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Spring 2015: Living on My Own Terms

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Retirement living at United Methodist Communities at The Shores has allowed David A. Rhodes to continue living on his own terms. The Shores’ resident and award-winning carver, has a passion for creating decoys.

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Winter 2015: The Original Social Network

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Although they may be considered “newbies” at Bristol Glen, Dewitt and Dorothy (Dewey and Dottie) Budd claim longtime residency in the area, living in Newton for 63 years. They have been very active in the greater Sussex County community, as well as Bristol Glen where they have lived for the past four years.

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Spring 2014: Volunteerism in the Homes

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Along with their time, our volunteers bring their education, professional experience, skill, talent, warmth, and enthusiasm to our communities. Their ages are as diverse as their interests. Along with their time, our volunteers bring their education, professional experience, skill, talent, warmth, and enthusiasm to our communities. Their ages are as diverse as their interests.

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Winter 2014: Charting our Future

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Charting our Future, United Methodist Communities, Strategic Plan 2013-2017, this first issue of 2014. During the spring of 2012, nine learning laboratories drawing diverse attendees among associates, board members, volunteers and friends, laid the foundation for the process.

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Fall 2013: Techno-Savvy Seniors

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Technology touches everyone and makes a timely theme for this last issue of 2013. Ever-present and ever-changing, it can seem difficult to keep up with, however technology vastly impacts and transforms how we communicate, work, play, research, plan trips, donate, learn, network, socialize, take photos, and much more!

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Spring 2013: Wellness

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Welcome to our wellness-themed issue! Every United Methodist Communities community strives for a culture of enrichment, which nurtures people intellectually, spiritually, vocationally, physically, socially, and emotionally.

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Winter 2013: Culture Change

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Life happens here every day and culture change will enrich the lives of residents throughout ten United Methodist Communities communities. This issue of Engage elucidates that wonderful journey.

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Our Premier Issue

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Welcome to the premiere issue of Engage! Yes, Engage with an exclamation point to reflect our missional passion and enthusiasm for the transformative journeys taking place at United Methodist Communities.

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