Longevity may seem like something that is out of your control, but that’s not entirely true. While genetics and medical history play an obvious factor, there are habits backed by science that can increase life expectancy!
HarborChase Senior Living is changing the senior living game, and the dining services we provide are no different. Our dining services are unprecedented and provide a world-class experience to those in our communities, as well as their guests.
If you’re looking for a senior living community for yourself or a loved one, you likely have questions about the senior dining services provided at these communities. HarborChase has the answers! We take pride in the services we provide to our community members, and we celebrate our senior dining services.
Getting older doesn’t mean you should be bogged down by your age. Even if you’re not as flexible or agile as you used to be, you can still maintain a healthy and happy lifestyle! HarborChase Senior Living knows the importance of staying active and we want to give you a few essential tips to help you maintain your health, vitality, and improve your quality of life.
While you may not think about it, chicken was not as popular a dish as it is today. In the 1950s that all changed, thanks to a professor at Cornell University. Founded in 1865, Cornell University has always had a positive impact on the surrounding community, much like HarborChase Senior Living, and the two continue to have a long-standing and positive relationship.
Everyone loves a home-cooked meal, which is why cooking at home and making your own recipes can be even more rewarding than going to a restaurant. You’re not only able to select the ingredients and flavors that go into your meal, but most recipes call for more substantial portions or are labeled a family-sized dinner recipe. Unfortunately, many recipes are intended for groups of people, rather than one, so many seniors have trouble cooking at home.