8 | October 10, 2019 | 22nd century media active aging 22ndCenturyMedia.com Picture yourself at Chestnut Square! When upgrading your lifestyle, location is EVERYTHING. Stay close to the people and places you love! Our beautiful senior living community offers avibrant, maintenance-free lifestyle with an unmatched locationinthe heart of The Glen... only steps away from shops, restaurants, theaters and parks. Schedule your tour today! • All-inclusive services &amenities • 100% refundable entrance fee •Elegant 1and 2-BR floor plans •24/7 concierge services •Signature dining program •Diverse calendar of cultural and recreational events •Weekly housekeeping • Underground parking option • On-site homecare if needed 2601 Chestnut Ave Glenview, IL 60026 847-998-1118 chestnutsquare.info Anon-profit, non-sectarian affiliate of Bethany Methodist Communities No bones about it: Osteoporosis isn’t just a women’s disease How strong are your bones? It’s likely you don’t know unless you are a woman over 50. In fact, bone health is important for everyone. Here are 5 myths about bone health you need to know. 1. Men don’t have to worry False. While women may lose bone mass earlier due to hormone changes related to menopause, men are absolutely at risk for developing osteoporosis. In fact, according to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, men over 50 are more likely to break a bone due to osteoporosis than get prostate cancer, yet most men are unaware New senior living care brand enters the Highland Park market On July 1, Frontier Management LLC acquired management of Highland Park Memory Care, rebranding the Memory Care community as The Auberge and bringing a fresh look and new opportunities to the seniors of Highland Park. “We are extremely excited to welcome The Auberge at Highland Park into our family,” said Justin Wray, vice president of operations and marketing at Frontier Management. “We love having the opportunity to serve new groups of seniors and their families. Highland Park and the surrounding area is a location we are eager to be a part of and we look forward to bringing our philosophies and programs to current and future of their risk. 2. Osteoporosis is silent Yes and no. Osteoporosis is often referred to as a “silent” disease. Bonedensity declines after the age of 30 with no symptoms unless a fracture occurs. If bone loss continues to progress to osteoporosis, bone fragility can result in the onset of multiple fractures, postural issues and contraction of the paravertebral muscles resulting in muscle fatigue and pain often reported in the lower back. 3. Kids aren’t at risk False. Thinking about a child or adolescent’s skeletal strength now could protect them in the future. residents.” A unique senior living experience At The Auberge, residents will enjoy an active, engaging lifestyle that promotes wellness and independence through SPARK programming. SPARK is an award-winning approach to living well with dementia. Inspired by Montessori Methods, SPARK focuses on engagement, social lifestyle and inclusion within the community at large. Residents at The Auberge will have many opportunities to participate in a variety of life-enriching activities and events designed to stimulate the mind, body and soul. From cocktail-hour gatherings where you can learn about Instilling a healthy diet, exercise and awareness at a young age will go a long way toward building the bone mass needed for a long active life. 4. Calcium supplements help increase bone density False. Many research studies have shown that there is little or no statistically relevant correlation between calcium supplements and increased bonemass density at a rate high enough to affect fracture risk. In fact, high dosages of calcium may have troubling side effects on your health, including increased risk of heart attack, stroke, Please see bones, 10 the nuances of a good Pinot Noir to a discussion of the latest best-seller in our Life-Long Learning series to exploring new ways to stay healthy in a fitness class, residents can expect a truly unique senior living experience. Based in the beautiful northwest city of Portland, Ore., Frontier Management was founded in 2000 and is now one of the largest seniors housing operators and members within the profession. Our simple objective is to support our residents, clients and the teams that we serve beside. Submitted by The Auberge at Highland Park. For more information, call (224) 765- 0094 or visit aubergehighlandpark.com.
. 22ndCenturyMedia.com active aging 22nd century media | October 10, 2019 | 9 FORMERLY KNOWN AS SILVERADO A cognitive coach helps keep minds sharp. So families can keep relationships strong. NEW NAME, SAME HEART The Auberge blends compassion, innovation and clinical excellence into an unmatched living environment for those with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia. Innovative care programs, 24-hour on-site nursing and unique social engagements provide residents with quality of life. Spark is a unique lifestyle program that places ultimate focus on supporting our residents and empowering them to fill their days with a true sense of purpose, contribution, and belonging. 1-ON-1 COGNITIVE COACHING FOR YOU OR YOUR LOVED ONE Fit Minds benefits healthy seniors, to those challenged with Alzheimer’s and other types of mild, moderate and advanced dementia. Volumes of research validate the efficacy of Cognitive Stimulation. Fit Minds , Personal Trainer for the Mind, is privately delivered by certified Fit MindsCoaches 1-on-1: • Cognitive exercises customized to senior’s level of cognition • Monthly reporting on senior’s cognitive abilities CALL TO SCHEDULE A TOUR TODAY! Highland Park 224.765.0094 1651 Richfield Ave Highland Park, IL 60035 aubergehighlandpark.com Orchard Park 847.583.9800 5520 Lincoln Ave Morton Grove, IL 60053 aubergeorchardpark.com For more information contact us today! Quality senior living for those who have reached the age of 62 Or visit us online at www.fitminds.net