According to US News, a new study found that seniors who regularly take walks may experience benefits specifically related to brain health and cognition. The study found that adults over the age of 60 years old struggling with memory issues were better able to focus and process information if they walked more than 4,000 steps in one day, or roughly two miles. Check out the article for more information, and be sure to consult your physician prior to beginning any exercise regimen.… Read More
The Marathon Club has come to Timber Ridge! Started by the inspiration of Timber Ridge’s Fitness Director Rachel Leszczynski, resident Robert Clark leads the six-member group on a bi-weekly hour run throughout Issaquah. The group was formed just a few months ago and grows in participants each time.
As 2017 comes to a close, the residents and staff at Timber Ridge at Talus are thankful for the many blessings that were experienced this year. A close-knit community located in Issaquah, Washington, Timber Ridge at Talus’ commitment to fitness, nutrition, and holistic well-being are among residents’ favorite attributes. This year also brought some exciting additions to the community, as well as the continuation of beloved programs and activities.… Read More
The Health Care Navigator is a compassionate member of our community that provides residents with assistance concerning the full scope of health care services. From developing unique meal and exercise plans to scheduling appointments and transportation, the Health Care Navigator handles health care logistics and planning so that each resident can focus on his or her health. Check out the infographic below for some details about the types of services the Health Care Navigator provides, and contact us to learn more.… Read More
The best senior living communities understand the many benefits residents experience when they give back and work in collaborative ways with one another. That’s why Timber Ridge at Talus in Issaquah, Washington has established a committee system that empowers the residents to work together to help shape the lifestyle and activities at the community. Providing such a structure for self-determination fosters a sense of independence, self-reliance and personal control—all elements seniors look to maintain as they move from their homes into a community setting.… Read More