Parc at Piedmont – East Cobb

Lunch at Canoe

Tuesday, June 4th at 11:00 AM

We will enjoy a delicious lunch followed by a stroll in the beautiful gardens at this waterfront restaurant located along the Chattahoochee River.

Family Fun Day

Saturday, June 8th from 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Please join us and celebrate the beginning of summer at the Annual Family Fun Day

High Museum of Art and Lunch

Tuesday, June 11 at 11:00 AM

Join us as we head to downtown Atlanta and visit the High Museum of Art, the leading art museum in the southeast. Lunch to follow at Twelve Eighty. 

Father’s Day Celebration

Thursday, June 13th at 2:00 PM

Celebrate early with Dad at our special Father’s Day event, featuring refreshments, fun activities and live entertainment by father/daughter duo Tom and Holly. 

Parc at Piedmont Residents to Visit High Museum of Art

East-Cobb-Senior-Living-300x200The residents of Parc of Piedmont are looking forward to their upcoming excursion. They will be visiting the Frida & Diego: Passion, Politics, and Painting exhibit at the High Museum on Tuesday, April 16th. The exhibit features paintings from Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera depicting Mexico’s revolutionary culture during the 1920s and 1930s.

After spending the afternoon perusing the museum, we’ll enjoy lunch before heading back to Parc at Piedmont-East Cobb.

View Parc at Piedmont’s monthly calendar for more details on upcoming events and activities. Also, connect with Parc Communities on Facebook and Twitter for the latest senior living news and information.

Priorities at Parc: Activities, Health and Wellness

seniors-and-healthy-living-300x270At Parc Communities, the health and wellness of our residents is a top priority. To that end, we invite and encourage residents to stay active both mentally and physically through an array of daily activities and events. They participate in a wide variety of activities, from art lessons and  Wii® competitions to water aerobics and local excursions.

 It is also imperative for seniors to receive periodic check-ups to maintain overall good health. Wellness exams, and measures that should be completed on a routine basis, include blood pressure and cholesterol checks, weight management, colon cancer screenings, hearing evaluations, dental and vision screenings, and bone density tests. The friendly staff here at Parc Communities considers it a pleasure to see residents to and from their medical appointments.

To learn more about our senior living communities, and to schedule a personal tour and enjoy a meal, please contact us. Also, connect with Parc Communities on Facebook and Twitter for upcoming events at Parc at Piedmont and Parc at Duluth.

Parc at Duluth: Weekend Events & Panel Discussion

Residents of Parc at Duluth senior living community are in for an action-packed weekend, complete with exercise classes, outings, round table discussions, socials, and even a movie night.

Active Senior Couple in ParkThe Club Directors at Parc Communities are dedicated to scheduling a wide variety of activities for residents, from wellness and fitness events to happy hour socials and local excursions.

On Saturday May 18th, from 9 to 10:30 a.m., Parc at Duluth will host a special panel discussion featuring the adult children of its residents, who will share their experiences about searching for and finding the ideal senior community for their parents.

If you are interested in visiting a Parc Communities location, please contact us to schedule a personal tour. Be sure to connect with us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest senior living news and information.

Sleep and Cognitive Activities All Important for Seniors

At Parc Communities, the physical, mental, and social well-being of our residents is a top priority. That’s why Parc residents frequently participate in enjoyable and engaging cognitive activities that keep their brains operating at top performance levels, including Learning L.A.B (brain fitness computer programs), social gatherings, and art lessons.

Sleep-and-Cognitive-Activities-All-Important-for-Seniors-300x254Rest is another key factor that contributes to the good health and well-being of seniors. According to a recent article published by the National Institute of Health, sleep has proven vital for storing new memories. Sleep also plays an essential role in a senior’s overall health and wellness.

At Parc Communities, seniors stay busy throughout the day, choosing from a wide variety of enjoyable activities. After an eventful day, residents can often be found relaxing in the media center, watching a movie, or unwinding in their well-appointed apartment homes before a good night’s sleep.

For more information about the Parc lifestyle please contact us to schedule your personal tour of our Duluth or Marietta senior communities. Be sure to connect with Parc Communities onFacebook and Twitter for the latest senior living news and information.

The Secret to a Life Well-Lived

Senior-Living-AtlantaThere’s a legend that tells us of a fountain; springs that restore youth to those who bathe or drink from its pristine waters. Magical wells of eternal youth may exist only in fables, but in truth, there are keys that can unlock mental, emotional, and physical health and vitality. Strong evidence shows that exercise and physical activity provide bone strength, improved sleep, enhanced memory function, diminished heart risks, fewer falls, and less pain and depression. Eating well, staying socially active, and remaining connected to friends and family are also delightful ways to live an excellent and healthy life.

However, increasing evidence indicates that the true secret to a happy, healthy life is found in maintaining an attitude of gratitude. Exceptional living begins with a lifestyle of thankfulness. The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology published findings by Robert Emmons of the University of California, Davis, and Michael McCullough of the University of Miami suggesting that people who are grateful have improved mental alertness and fewer reported physical symptoms. They also deal with stress and daily challenges more effectively, have stronger immune systems, maintain a brighter view of the future, and engage more in healthy activities and behaviors.

“Thanks is what multiplies joy and makes any life large,” writes Ann Voskamp, author of the New York Times bestseller, One Thousand Gifts. In her book, Ann shares her difficult journey to gratefulness through raw accounts of pain and hardship. When a friend dared her to count one thousand blessings over one year, Ann discovered the secret to living fully was to live thankfully. Ann shares her story with the hope of helping others embrace the rich lifestyle of radical gratitude that trades fearful control for grateful grace.

It’s been said that it’s not happy people who are thankful; it’s thankful people who are happy. So how do we cultivate a heart of gratefulness that sees beauty and blessings every day and brings health to body and soul? Ann suggests filling a journal with what fills your heart with joy: fat wool sweaters, moonlight’s glow, warm cookies, fresh corn. Others have filled elegant glass jars with post-it notes on which they wrote things that give them joy. Take a walk each day and take the time to revel in nature. Savor delicious foods, notice the sunlight as it streams through a window, laugh as often as you can, and be ridiculously surprised by joy. Take pleasure in gratitude, the seemingly insignificant yet delightfully healthy secret to a life well-lived.

Parc Communities: Experts in Senior Lifestyle Transitions

greatest-generation-parc-communities-300x120As medical technology and research advance, seniors are living longer, fuller, and healthier lives than ever before. Today, two significant and distinct generations reside in senior living communities across the country: The Greatest Generation (those in their late eighties or older), and The Silent Generation (those in their late sixties to late eighties). Some of these seniors fought in wars, and some have stood against wars. Some were homemakers, and others career women. Other seniors include a mix of triathletes, chefs, carpenters, caregivers and miners. Each one is a unique and valuable thread in the tapestry of America’s rich and diverse history.

At Parc Communities, we see the challenge of meeting and serving generational differences as an exciting opportunity to provide unparalleled lifestyle choices. As experts in senior lifestyle transitions, we stand ready to exceed your or your loved one’s expectations of senior living communities. At Parc, we are dedicated to meeting your every need and accommodating your every wish. Whether you require an ongoing array of activities or desire a restful environment, we exist to make senior living a delight for each of our residents.

Today’s seniors want mental enrichment, physical activity, social interaction, and higher education throughout their lives. Tomorrow’s seniors promise to be just as vivacious, with unique desires and needs to be met. Parc Communities’ friendly and professional staff is here to assist you with all aspects of lifestyle transition from start to finish. We provide personalized options specifically designed to create a rich, independent lifestyle for each individual.

Every generation understands and appreciates the benefits of independence and stability in a unique way. As experts in senior lifestyle transitions, Parc Communities is committed to providing premier service, which in turn allows vibrant seniors to thrive and flourish individually and as a community. When it’s time to make the transition to a more active lifestyle, Parc Communities is the preferred choice of seniors and their families.

Parc Communities
3350 Riverwood Pkwy SE # 1580
Atlanta, GA 30339
(770) 618-4960

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