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Understanding the Levels of Care: From Independent Living to Nursing Care

Choosing the right senior living community for aging parents can be daunting. At Noble Horizons, we offer a range of care options tailored to meet the individual needs of each resident. This guide is designed to simplify the various levels of care available, helping children of aging parents make informed decisions. Independent Living Ideal for: […]

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The Art of Aging: Navigating the Holiday Season

The holiday season, a time traditionally associated with joy and family gatherings, can often present unique challenges for seniors. This period may intensify feelings of loneliness, primarily due to the loss of loved ones or physical limitations. Here are some tips to aid seniors in navigating the holiday season with greater comfort and happiness. Understanding

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Using Social Media to Connect at Noble Horizons: The Senior’s Guide to Facebook and Online Safety

In the heart of Connecticut, the residents of Noble Horizons Senior Living Community are proving that age is just a number when it comes to embracing the digital age. With the internet’s global reach, seniors find more ways than ever to connect with loved ones, revisit memories, and even make new friends. Facebook has become

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Unveiling the Benefits: Choosing Non-Profit Senior Living Communities Over For-Profit Ones

As the end of the Baby Boomer generation nears retirement, the demand for senior living facilities is experiencing unprecedented growth. Families grapple with crucial decisions, including choosing between various community options, both non-profit and for-profit organizations. However, amidst this conundrum, emerging studies and anecdotal evidence indicate that non-profit senior living communities offer tangible benefits that

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The Power of Fun: Unlocking the Key to Healthy Aging at Noble Horizons

As we age, it becomes increasingly important to prioritize our overall well-being, encompassing physical health and mental and cognitive vitality. While senior living communities like Noble Horizons in NW Connecticut have long recognized the significance of promoting healthy lifestyles, one crucial element often gets overlooked – the power of plain and simple FUN! We see

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The Key Role of Location in Choosing the Perfect Senior Living Community

Choosing the ideal senior living community is a decision that profoundly impacts the well-being and happiness of individuals and their loved ones. While numerous factors come into play, the location stands out as a crucial consideration. Let’s explore why location matters and why Noble Horizons, situated amidst the breathtaking landscape of Northwest Connecticut, offers an

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from INCORRIGIBLE to Adorable

Clue Noble had raised six German Shepherds so her adult children unanimously agreed that the perfect gift of joy for their mom was another adorable German Shepard puppy!  Unfortunately, what they actually gave Clue was an incorrigible German Shepard puppy who turned Clue’s life so completely upside down that her children not only told her

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Mary Barton Volunteer of the Year Award

A highlight of the 50th-anniversary community celebration was Bill Pond’s announcement that the Noble Horizons Volunteer of the Year Award had been renamed the Mary Barton Volunteer of the Year Award.  Even more exciting was that Mary was honored as the first winner! “Mary Barton has redefined dedication, devotion, commitment, and love, and it is

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Nurse Margaret Adams Retired but Keeps Coming Back

I really liked the nursing uniform. That was my romantic introduction to wanting to be a nurse. To be honest, when it might have been time to go to nursing school, I was working in Manhattan as a secretary. At night I’d take the subway up to 138th street and City College. I was more

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