Parking Procedures During Cedar Heights Construction

Parking Procedures During Cedar Heights Construction

https://youtu.be/xix2w0GTS-U Due to the construction starting for our Cedar Heights project, we kindly ask visitors, vendors, residents and employees to use the lower (south) entrance when entering our community from 501. The upper (north) entrance may still be used for drop-offs at the welcome…

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Why Consider a Life Plan Retirement Community (CCRC)?

Why Consider a Life Plan Retirement Community (CCRC)?

A Life Plan Retirement Community, also known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), offers the greatest security possible as you know if your needs change, the community can accommodate you when aging throws you a sudden curve ball. When unplanned circumstances arise, having a host of services…

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10 Key Things to Look for in a Retirement Community

10 Key Things to Look for in a Retirement Community

Two of the most significant questions you ask yourself in life are when to retire and where to retire to.  Once the when is taken care of, you need to determine where. Options for senior living communities are growing every day. Asking the right questions will help you make up your mind and find…

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Announcing New Apartments

Announcing New Apartments

On October 15th, United Zion Retirement Community announced their plans to build a new independent residential living apartment building on their campus. This new building will be located near their current main building along Furnace Hills Pike (Route 501). It is expected to have 47 new apartments…

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New Director of HR, Holly Groff

New Director of HR, Holly Groff

Holly Groff has joined the team at United Zion as the Director of Human Resources. Groff, a SHRM certified professional, has over 15 years in human resources, recruitment and payroll. She received a bachelor of science in Organizational Behavior/Applied Psychology from Albright College as well as an…

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Staying Safe Online

Staying Safe Online

By Alicia Harvey Although technology yields many benefits for older adults, from staying connected with loved ones to accomplishing tasks online, it can also make them vulnerable to fraud or identity theft or other online scams. Crime can affect people of all ages, but those 60 and older are frequent…

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Benefits of Physical Therapy for Seniors

Benefits of Physical Therapy for Seniors

Physical therapy can help you maintain and retain your independence. It works to help restore and improve functionality, reduce chronic pain, maintain bone density, increase mobility, range of motion,  and improve muscle strength and balance. All of which support mental health. Therapy can help: Reduce…

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Hearing is Key to Living Well

Hearing is Key to Living Well

Hearing loss is very common – one in three people over sixty are living with hearing loss. As we age, hearing loss becomes more prevalent for many reasons. Untreated cases (those not wearing a hearing aid) have been linked to a wide range of side effects that decrease quality of life; increased depression,…

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Why United Zion?

Why United Zion?

  Choosing a place to live is a challenge at any age. However, as we age, it can be more difficult. We encourage you to consider the value of a non-profit faith-based Life Plan community. As a non-profit faith-based community, United Zion is focused on providing quality care for seniors, not profit.…

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