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  • The International Council on Active Aging (ICAA) recently published Changing Lifestyle Behaviors: three approaches that work. In this informative article, reporter Marilynn Larkin speaks with three experts in the field of aging, Dr. Michael Mantell, Dr. Carol Ewing Garber and Masterpiece Living President, Dr. Roger Landry. In it, they share evidence-based strategies to promote better health, […]

  • Dick Gustafson, 79, of Holly Creek (a Masterpiece Living community) stays active and maintains a sense of purpose with his radio programming – and has fun while he`s at it! “It`s been a full-time job,” he says. “I hate retirement, to be honest with you. When I first started this thing, I thought it was […]

  • Masterpiece Living President, Dr. Roger Landry, was recently featured in US News & World Report once again; this time, for his exclusive article, "Surviving the Big Uneasy ... Stress." Here`s an excerpt: What`s the difference between a charging lion and being late for an appointment? From your body`s point of view, not much. This is [...]

  • An award-winning image of active aging at 13,000 feet! Congratulations to Sharon Vizzini of The Colonnade, a Masterpiece Living Community, for your bravery and for capturing such a special “senior moment.” Sharon encourages us all and says, “Don`t limit yourself to things that you have done in the past. If a new great adventure comes […]

  • Masterpiece Living® (MPL), a successful aging initiative, which maximizes the potential of older adults, held its Sixth Annual Lyceum at the Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel in early April. The Lyceum, named after the location of Aristotle`s Athenian school of philosophy, is known for its thought-provoking speakers, and innovative, actionable ideas. There were more than 200 attendees from […]