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When you live among fascinating neighbors in the heart of a cultural mecca, there’s never a dull moment. Catch up on the latest news from our Towson retirement community here.

See what’s happening in Edenwald’s retirement living community in Towson:


EDENWALD COVID-19 UPDATE 1/27/2021

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen of Edenwald, There is no change in our impact from COVID-19, except that we have had both residents and staff pass through their infectious period.  The chart below indicates our numbers since the start of the …

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Love in the Time of Covid-19

Posted by Fara Gold McLaughlin | Jul 23, 2020 | Life Enrichment | 0  Today we are living in unprecedented times, like the times Nobel Prize-winning novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez wrote about in his 1985 novel, Love in the …

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Identifying and Overcoming Older Adults’ Barriers to Physical Activity

Why do most older adults avoid participating in regular physical activity—even those who understand the importance of activity for their ongoing health? Insights in a new research report can guide you in communicating about and providing fitness classes and other …

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Who Can Benefit From Independent Living?

Independent living communities, sometimes called retirement communities, are designed for active adults. Independent living communities offer various types of living arrangements, including apartments, condominiums, townhomes, cottages and single-family homes. These housing options vary from community to community. What is Independent …

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Edenwald Offers Unique Dining Experience “Under The Stars”

Edenwald Senior Living is proud to offer our residents a unique culinary experience – “Dining Under The Stars”. Residents are offered the opportunity to safely dine with friends and neighbors on our Green Roof among beautiful flower boxes maintained by …

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Get Moving, Seniors: It’s Good For Your Brain

Want to give your brain a boost? Go for a swim, take a walk, or spin your partner on the living room floor. A new study finds that aerobic exercise can improve older adults’ thinking and memory, even if they’re …

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