News & Blog

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:


Local and Online Resources during COVID-19

A wonderful list of resources compiled by our Director of Lifestyle and Wellness, Lisha Galloway: “I can’t fix the world’s problems.  But I will do what I can to make a difference where I can.”           …

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State of the Community

This wonderful piece (included in this month’s Edentimes) was written by our recently inaugurated Resident’s Association president, Kitty Allen. When I was a newspaper editor in college, I wrote a weekly column called “Chit Chat with Kit Kat.”  I became …

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Meet the Wagner’s!

We moved into Edenwald just 4 months ago and have not regretted our decision for one single moment.  For years we talked about taking the bull by the horns and moving to a life care facility while we had the …

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Edenwald fitness classes to be offered on YouTube

Fitness classes with Edenwald’s Wellness Manager, Ryan Meisel, are available by broadcast on in-house Privatel cable (channel 84). Classes can be viewed live Monday through Friday at 10:00 AM & 2:00 PM. The 10:00am classes will also be live on …

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Meeting Your Nutritional Needs as You Age

There’s no question about it: Our bodies change as we age. In turn, seniors have very different nutritional needs than teenagers, children, and even middle-aged adults. Age-related changes can affect how your body processes food, which influences your dietary needs and affects …

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Why Wellness Matters: The Importance of Wellness Programs in Senior Living

Great news: We’re living longer. In fact, for the first time in history, residents of high-, middle-, and low-income countries are likely to live to 60 years of age and beyond. Longevity is one of the greatest achievements of our …

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Edenwald COVID-19 Update 4/8/20

LATEST UPDATE: April 8, 2020 Dear Ladies and Gentlemen of Edenwald, I really do not have anything new to communicate.  The community remains stable and we have received additional supplies through the Department of Health. I’ve received some questions regarding …

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Researching Doctors Online? Here’s How To Do it Right

Website ratings and reviews matter to older adults, research shows. Older adults are searching for health care providers the same way many Americans shop for vacation rentals, home contractors and restaurant reservations: online. Nearly half (43 percent) of adults ages …

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A century after the women’s vote, Goucher College to be honored as key suffrage site

Lilian Welsh, professor of physiology and hygiene, was the guiding spirit of the suffrage movement at Goucher College. Welsh was one of 100 students and faculty members who took part in a Washington suffrage parade the day before Woodrow Wilson’s …

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Glass Half Full: Optimism Linked to Long-Term Health

Expecting good things to happen may prove true when it comes to health. A recent study examining the relationship between dispositional optimism and healthy aging among older adults found that optimism has benefits for multiple dimensions of health. Data came …

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