• Lance Robertson and the Five Pillars

    Lance Robertson, Asst. Secretary for Aging and Administrator of Community Living and Health and Human Services sent Lyceum attendees a special video message commending Masterpiece Living’s mission to change the experience and perception of aging in America. He shared his administration’s Five Pillars for promoting independence for older adults across the nation. They were: Expanding […]

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  • Fighting Ageism and Celebrating Passion, Possibility and Purpose

    “Prejudice fuels Ageism – or any ‘ism’. It’s not about how you look. It’s about how people in power assign meaning to how we look,” author and activist Ashton Applewhite said during her We’re All Aging! Let’s End Ageism keynote at Masterpiece Living’s 10th Annual Lyceum. “Ageism is the last acceptable ‘ism’.” As with all prejudice, it […]

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  • Highlights from Masterpiece Living’s 10th Annual Lyceum: Making Chronological Age Irrelevant

    This Chair Rocks author and activist, Ashton Applewhite, is convinced that everyone is ageist (even though everyone is aging). Growing Bolder’s Marc Middleton wants to rebrand aging and deprogram the world from the insidious cult of youth. Hockey Hall of Famer, Jack O’Callahan, believes that perseverance and a good attitude are what brought the Miracle […]

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  • What’s Your Data Story?

    What is your organization’s data story? What are your brand promises, and can you prove them? Those who are a part of the Masterpiece Living Network are part of a powerful group that mind what they measure. CLICK HERE to learn more.

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  • Valentines for Veterans

    Claridge Court (a Lifespace community and Masterpiece Living partner) teamed up with the Highlawn Montessori school to make sure veterans felt loved and remembered this Valentine’s Day. They created 150 cards that were delivered to a local VA hospital. The intergenerational event was featured by two local news stations, KCTV Channel 5 and KSHB Channel 41. […]

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  • Friendship Village of Bloomington a Promising Practices Winner!

    Friendship Village of Bloomington (a Lifespace Community and Masterpiece Living partner) was recently featured in the Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging’s annual Innovation at Work 2017 report as a Promising Practices Winner for the way that they are helping to reshape the aging services profession. In the article, “Promoting Wellness Through Resident Empowerment,” they share […]

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  • Reserve Your Sponsorship for Lyceum 2018!

    Click below to learn more about sponsorship opportunities for the 10th Annual Masterpiece Living Lyceum!

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  • Masterpiece Living Announces the 2017 Movement Matters Winners!

    Movement Matters is a month-long campaign created by Masterpiece Living to inspire and challenge its more than 80 partner organizations across the nation to move more and to tie purpose to movement. This year’s Movement Matters ran throughout the month of September, and included participants from every level of living. Research tells us that a sedentary lifestyle puts us […]

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  • Masterpiece Living Featured in LeadingAge Magazine

    In the recent article by LeadingAge Magazine, “Ageism and Workforce Education,” aging experts weigh in on what it takes to create a healthy workplace culture that avoids ageism and challenges aging stereotypes. Masterpiece Living’s Director of Operations, Teresa Beshwate, shares the importance of education for every team member within an organization … education that includes taking […]

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  • Colorado Ranked Among the Happiest and Healthiest Places to Live: Masterpiece Living Knows Why

    US News and World Report recently named Colorado as the Best State for Aging based on data collected from reputable sources such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, Genworth Cost of Care Survey, Kaiser Family Foundation, Missouri Economic Research and Information Center, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the […]

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