Creating art, or visual self-expression as scientists call it, improves health and well-being. In fact, according to Christianne Strang, a professor of neuroscience at the University of Alabama Birmin... Read More »
May is National Arthritis Awareness month. More than 50 million Americans are afflicted with arthritis, making it the number one cause of disability in the United States.
Arthritis is the swelling an... Read More »
According to the American Horticultural Therapy Association (AHTA), horticultural therapy has been improving the minds and spirits of those who practice this therapy since the nineteenth century. Ther... Read More »
According to a Pew Research study, 82 percent of Americans are concerned about climate change. With sustainable awareness on the rise, now more than ever people are looking at living green. And rightl... Read More »
There has been a tremendous amount of change to our operations post Covid-19 – and I have been SO impressed at how our community continually rises to the challenge of adapting. I was thinking ab... Read More »
The feeling I had after going to the Metro meeting recently with 19 Rose Villa residents, is one of the big bonuses of my job. I hope that every one of you has occasion to have this feeling as part of... Read More »
When talking about our project and the construction, someone exclaimed to me, “You all have to live like this for the next YEAR?!?!” And I want to be sure that everyone here understands th... Read More »