Healing the Divide: Advice from Our Panelists

April 25, 2017

Democracy in America is broken. That was the general opinion from the panel of political experts we gathered to present “The First 100 Days: Governing Across the Great Divide” at Western New England University last week. The program, offered through Glenmeadow Learning, took a close look at President Donald Trump’s actions in office thus far—and […]

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Finding a Life Plan Community That’s Right for You

April 19, 2017

Once you’ve made the decision to move into a life plan community, you may get excited about the next phase of your life, but don’t be in a rush to choose a new home, pack your bags, and move. All life plan communities—once known as continuing care retirement communities—are not the same. They are each […]

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A Life Plan Community Offers Simplicity, Economy, Engagement

March 28, 2017

You’ve raised your family and retired. Now, you have all the time in the world to relax and enjoy your life—except your two-story house needs painting, and the yard is beginning to get a bit unruly. Perhaps it’s time to consider transitioning to a life plan community, or what was once known as a continuing […]

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Busy, Inquisitive, Secure. That’s Glenmeadow.

March 3, 2017

There’s a story behind our hummingbird logo that we’d like to tell you. While we’re at it, we’ll also offer up a little Glenmeadow history. What you know today as Glenmeadow came into being in 1884, when a group of civic leaders developed The Springfield Home for Aged Women. This safe and dignified residence opened […]

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