COMMUNITY NEWS & EVENTS
Whether you want to join other residents in the fitness center, spend the afternoon crafting, or cozy up with a good book in the library, each day is new and exciting at Abbotswood at Stonehenge.
Our Wellness calendar is filled with a variety of programs to keep you as busy as you'd like to stay and help you maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. While there is always plenty to do on campus, we love to help our residents explore Raleigh. Each month we hold many different outings that range from sightseeing bus tours to picnics in the park, visits to museum exhibits, concerts, and everything in between!
Your opportunities are only limited by how you choose to spend your time. As you participate in our award-winning “The Art of Living WellSM” programs, you know your choices are designed to help you maintain an active lifestyle doing things you love, doing activities that challenge you, learning new things, staying physically active, enjoying the company of friends and family, pushing beyond your boundaries, going out on the town, discovering new passions, and more.
The Boomer Dilemma - Legal and Emotional Challenges of Aging: Tuesday, January 16, 2018 | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Are you prepared to face decisions about tangible, legal and emotional issues that range from advance directives to who gets grandma’s pie plate? Join us at Abbotswood at Stonehenge as speakers: Greg Wallace, elder law attorney, Erin Nortonen, care manager / advocate at Life Links enlighten us on how to identify and plan for the often unseen and overlooked challenges that come with aging. Enjoy heavy hor d’oeuvres and refreshments while learning more from this informative presentation. We hope you can join us!
To RSVP, please call 919.651.4882 by January 11
Senior Caregiver's Support Group: Thursday, January 18, 2018 | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Caregiver Support Group for Adult Children of Aging Parents, facilitated by Nancy Loeffler, author and counselor. Nancy and the group will offer practical advice on how to cope with the unique stress that caring for an aging parent or loved one can bring. The meetings are held in the Arts and Crafts room at Abbotswood.
We are a group of family members who are caring for, or are concerned about, an elder loved one who may live away from us, who lives with us, who may live alone or may live in a residential care home setting. No matter how it looks, we are experiencing a lot of emotions of concern but also confusion and frustration, too. We don't have all the answers, but this group is a great and safe place to share your joys and concerns and perhaps share or hear some experience or insight that might be helpful to others.
For meeting times, questions about the support group and/or to RSVP, please call 919.651.4882 or email email@example.com. Seats are limited so please reserve your spot.