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Is a Life Plan Community Right for You?

We live in a world full of options, including how and where we live. For older Americans planning for later in life, and the type of future services and care…

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The First Step- Get Your Name On the List!

If you are considering a move to a vibrant and active retirement community, Kendal at Lexington should be on your list. And, you should be on ours! Start Your Planning…

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Outings Are On for Kendal Residents

Who is raring to go? According to Paul Cormier, chairman of the resident’s Culture and Entertainment committee, Kendal at Lexington residents are ready to go – to festivals, museums, concerts,…

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What is a Life Plan Community?

Over the years, retirement living has undergone a change in attitude and perception. With this in mind, many in the field sought to change the term “Continuing Care Retirement Community…

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Looking for the Key to a Happy and Healthy Life? Volunteer!

Study after study has shown that volunteering enhances quality of life, instills a sense of purpose, and provides a mental health boost to those who donate time and energy to…

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Should You Stay or Move? Why Aging in Place May be Better at Our Place

Photo by Resident Lad Sessions Remove throw rugs. Install shower grab bars. While there are many checklists for do it yourselfers who want to age in place, most homes present…

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Four Reasons to Make the Move

Photo by resident Lad Sessions Why Should I Move into Kendal Now? If you’re considering moving to a Life Plan Community, doing it sooner rather than later can be a…

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The Benefit of Habits

Happy Spring! It’s the season of renewal and a great time to consider a lifestyle change. Have you had the best intention to begin a fitness program? Get more sleep…

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Public Policy Discussion Group to Resume

Now that small group gatherings are permitted on campus, the KaLex Public Policy Discussion Group plans to resume its pre-pandemic series of weekly meetings.  The format of PPDG meetings will…

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