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Canterbury Court provides the perfect environment to live the life you love. And our blog is the place to learn more about issues affecting your most independent “third phase” of life – a time to embrace your personal core values and create your own fulfilling future.

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Canterbury Tales

Canterbury Tales, CTales, is the monthly newsletter prepared by the Residents and Staff of Canterbury Court for the enjoyment of the Residents, their friends and families, and prospective residents. It is published from September through June each year and is approximately 30 pages long. Residents, staff members and friends send articles about their committees, department …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 UPDATE

November 13, 2020 Dear Canterbury Residents, Employees, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, Today we have learned of 1 additional Covid-19 positive case from a resident who lives in independent living but has connections to our second floor Nursing Pavilion. Previously we had shared that there are currently 3 staff members and 2 residents from …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 UPDATE

November 12, 2020 Dear Canterbury Residents, Employees, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, Today we have learned of 3 additional Covid-19 positive cases on our second floor Nursing Pavilion.  These 3 cases include 1 additional staff member and 2 residents bringing our total number of positive cases in our nursing home to 3 staff and …

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How Seniors Can Stay Active During Winter Months

Once again the time has come to say goodbye to warm summer months full of sunshine, swimming pools and outdoor adventures and say hello to the chillier, shorter days of winter. For seniors in particular, staying active during the winter seasons can be difficult – at a time when it’s crucial to engage your mind, …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 UPDATE

November 10, 2020 Dear Canterbury Residents, Employees, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, Once again, I regret having to send a second Covid communication in quick succession.  This morning we have learned of a second staff member who works on our Nursing Pavilion floor testing positive for Covid-19.  The staff member had tested negative last …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 UPDATE

November 9, 2020 Dear Canterbury Residents, Employees, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, We learned today that a staff member who works in our Nursing Pavilion has tested positive for Covid-19 as part of our weekly testing.  The staff member was wearing a mask and face shield while they were on shift and they are …

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When Is the Right Time to Move into Independent Living?

Older adults have more choices in retirement today than ever before. While many of today’s seniors are still aging in place in their homes, the benefits of moving to a senior living community are persuading more and more seniors to choose independent living. A common misconception is that independent living communities are only for people …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 UPDATE

November 1, 2020 Dear Canterbury Residents, Employees, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, I hate to be sending a second communication so quickly, but we have learned of another employee who tested positive yesterday for Covid-19.  This employee does not work in our healthcare department. We are in the process of performing contact tracing and …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 UPDATE

October 31, 2020 Dear Canterbury Residents, Employees, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, We have just learned that an employee has tested positive for Covid-19. The employee last worked on October 25th . This employee does not work on our Healthcare floors. We are in the process of working to identify when they first began …

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