Archive for February, 2014


Rochester’s Favorite Online Forums


Outside of Rochester, NY, the City is known primarily as the home of Eastman Kodak, Genesee Beer, and, of course, the famous Garbage Plate. But current and former residents know there is much more to Rochester than the things mentioned above, primarily in the areas of health care, education, and the arts.

For a city of about 212,000 people, Rochester offers much of what you’d expect of far larger cities. In addition to the above offerings, Rochester is also well-known for other local businesses and attractions. The Eastman School of Music, Geva Theatre, Strong Hospital, Strong Museum of Play, Xerox, Bausch and Lomb, the University of Rochester, and Rochester Institute of Technology are a few examples of the many places that bring tens of thousands of people to the area each year.

Whether you’re native to Rochester, a


Seniors Desire Independence in Old Age, Study Finds

Assisted living

Aging Americans agree. Independent senior living is the most preferable option. An overwhelming 80% of surveyed seniors wish to remain as independent as possible and do not want to live out their final years in an assisted living home, the American Association of Retired Persons reveals. Even so, many worry that injuries and deteriorating health may interfere with desired freedoms.

Luckily, today’s seniors have options. Seniors can choose to live in independent senior living communities, or housing specifically for the elderly, and enjoy life pretty much as it’s always been.

What to Expect From Independent Living Communities

Independent living for seniors offers considerable freedoms. Continue Reading | No Comments