• Dr. Roger Landry Featured on Revolutionize Your Retirement

    Masterpiece Living President, Dr. Roger Landry, was featured on Revolutionize Your Retirement with host Dori Mintzer. In this engaging, conversation-style webcast, Dr. Roger discussed: Ten empowering tips to age successfully Authentic health that we can rediscover from our ancestors The importance of staying socially, intellectually, physically and spiritually engaged with life How to grow new […]

    Continue reading
  • Birches Resident Maintains His Life-Long Love of Beekeeping

    At one time, Bill Buckley maintained over 30 beehives throughout Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin. Now, this The Birches Assisted Living resident inspired the creation of the beekeeping club at his community, which he currently oversees and uses to educate people about the importance of bees in the pollination and fertilization of plants. What a great […]

    Continue reading
  • The Terraces of Los Gatos Build Habitat for Humanity Playhouse

    A group of more than 20 residents of ABHOW’s The Terraces of Los Gatos (a Masterpiece Living partner) recently joined forces with Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley to build a playhouse and raise funds for affordable housing in Santa Clara County. David Bowman, the chaplain at The Terraces, suggested bringing Habitat for Humanity’s Playhouse Program […]

    Continue reading
  • How Where You Live Affects the Way You Age

    Five Ways to Know if Your Community is Successful Aging-Friendly…  By: Dr. Roger Landry Over the last couple of decades, we’ve learned that lifestyle is the heavy hitter when it comes to how we age. Does where you live support your aging-friendly lifestyle? Does it encourage and allow you to be more active? Does is foster the […]

    Continue reading
  • Humor-con at Kirkland Village

    Priscilla Brekus of Kirkland Village (a Presbyterian Senior Living Community) had the crowd in stitches at Humor-con this week. Kirkland Village, which is a Masterpiece Living partner community, hosted the event in honor of National Humor Month. The event included standup comedy acts, laughter yoga and a variety show. Click here to watch the video: […]

    Continue reading
  • Hot Air Balloons to Harleys … What’s On Your Bucket List?

    Riding a Harley had been Peggy Porter’s dream since she was 10 years old – ever since her parents bought a summer cottage in Tomahawk, WI near a Harley-Davidson plant. Riders from the Midwest would visit each year for the Tomahawk Fall Ride. Now, at age 90, Peggy got to scratch that off her bucket […]

    Continue reading
  • Dr. Roger Landry Featured in the Huffington Post and on Growing Bolder

    The successful aging movement continues as Dr. Roger Landry, MPL President and award-winning author of Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging, is offered a home as contributor for the Huffington Post and a TV spot as aging expert on Growing Bolder. The Huffington Post Bookmark Dr. Landry`s blog page for informative articles and expert advice about aging [...]

    Continue reading
  • Dr. Roger Landry Featured in the Los Angeles Daily News

    The successful aging movement has been catching fire recently, never more evident than with the massive media attention that Masterpiece Living President, Dr. Roger Landry, has received surrounding his book, Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging. Most recently, Helen Dennis of the Los Angeles Daily News has shared two installments of her series focussing […]

    Continue reading
  • SYNERGY: A New Benchmark in Purposeful Programming for Masterpiece Living Partners

      “First of all, I`m an ‘all-in` type of person,” Sloan Bentley, President and CEO of Lifespace Communities, said about Lifespace`s recent partnership with Masterpiece Living, and its plans for all twelve Lifespace communities to become Centers for Successful Aging within the next five years. “Lifespace has the tradition of being leaders in the industry. […]

    Continue reading
  • Finding True Holiday Cheer

    “After a big year with a crazy schedule that kept me on a first name basis with TSA people in many airports throughout the country, my wife, Paula, and I left our progressively colder Massachusetts home early in December for a week to just BE in the Virgin Islands. What we found here was more […]

    Continue reading