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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

January 20, 2021 Dear Canterbury Residents, Employees, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, We have 3 additional cases of Covid-19 for healthcare staff working in our nursing pavilion we need to report. The second floor will be back on quarantine as a result. All of our nursing residents were tested this week and we are …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 Update

January 18, 2021 Dear Canterbury Residents, Employees, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, We have learned of another Independent Living resident who has tested positive for Covid-19. Our teams have done the contact tracing and those individuals who had direct contact with this new case have been put on quarantine. Two of our previously reported staff …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 Update

January 15, 2021 Dear Canterbury Residents, Employees, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, Today we learned of two positive Covid-19 cases for residents in independent living.  Our team is working with them to identify those they were in contact with 48 hours prior to symptom onset so that they can be quarantined and tested. Though …

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Leading a Meaningful Retirement Life

When you’ve got a family to look after and provide for, finding meaning and purpose in your life isn’t an elusive concept. It smacks you in the face each morning as you hustle to get the kids off to school, head to work to keep a roof over your head and food on the table, …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 Update

January 11, 2021 Dear Canterbury Residents, Employees, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, We had a very successful vaccine clinic today with close to 300 individuals receiving their first dose of the vaccine.  Our second clinic is scheduled on February 1st. Individuals not receiving their first dose today will have the opportunity to receive their …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 Update

January 8, 2021 Dear Canterbury Residents, Employees, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, We have learned of another staff member that has tested positive for Covid-19.  This staff member does not have direct resident contact. We currently have 2 active cases of Covid in the community, 1 staff member and 1 contractor. We will be …

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MEMORANDUM – COVID-19 UPDATE

January 4, 2021 Dear Canterbury Residents, Employees, Family Members, Trustees, and Community Partners, I hope you all are having a good start to your new year.  Despite the new year, we are continuing to see more cases of Covid-19 both within our larger community as well as Canterbury Court.  Today we learned that a third …

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Why You Should Move to a Life Plan Community

What Is a Life Plan Community? A Life Plan Community, also known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community or CCRC, is a senior living option that provides independent living for active seniors as well as advanced levels of care if residents’ needs change. What Does It Mean to Have a Plan? Healthy, independent seniors enjoy …

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Clyde May uses photography to chronicle life at Canterbury Court

Once a photographer; always a photographer. Clyde May had a successful career as a photographer and now he has parlayed that into being a photographer at Canterbury Court. Clyde has lived at the Buckhead senior living community for about 11 years and everyone knows him by his photos and photography. He continues to work part-time …

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