2023 ICAA Award Winning Senior Well-Being
Asbury senior living is proud to have earned the number one spot for senior wellness from the International Council on Active Aging (ICAA). Out of 25 total winners across North America, three Asbury senior living communities earned ICAA NuStep 2023 Beacon Awards: Asbury Solomons (#1); Asbury Methodist Village (#8); and Asbury Springhill (#17 ). In recognition of his leadership, Asbury CEO Doug Leidig earned the 2023 Pinnacle Award for his vision to create a wellness culture across the Asbury organization. Congratulations to our innovative well-being professionals, enthusiastic residents, and so many others within Asbury who are leading the way to make our senior living communities well-being destinations.
EngAge Well at Asbury
EngAge Well is Asbury’s commitment to creating opportunities for older adults to move better, feel better, connect more, and experience more. Central to this is Kinnections Brain Health, a cognitive health assessment and targeted follow-up program created by Sue Paul, occupational therapist and Senior Director of Well-Being and Brain Health. Learn more about EngAge Well, our senior brain health program, and our holistic senior wellness programming on this page.
EngAge Well with Asbury Senior Living
Senior Director of Well-Being and Brain Health Sue Paul recently shared some important strategies and information about senior cognitive health in Asbury’s EngAge Your Brain video series. See some of our senior wellness videos and blog posts featuring the expertise of Asbury’s well-being professionals below. Learn more about Asbury Solomons in Solomons, MD, Asbury Methodist Village in Gaithersburg, MD, and Asbury Springhill in Erie, PA.
Read the 2023 ICAA NuStep Awards press release.
Kinnections Brain Health at Asbury
5 Steps to a Happier, Healthier Brain
Boosting the Brain's Seven Domains
Are you giving your brain the love and respect it deserves? It’s our most vital organ – controlling us physically and recording our lives. Here are five keys to supporting your cognitive health.
81-year-old fitness advocate and Asbury resident Ron Stevenson says to remember that you’ll improve with practice and notes that “if you don’t get up and move, the less you can move.”
Surgery takes a toll on your body, and as we age, the amount of time it takes to bounce back from injury or trauma lengthens.
How can seniors safeguard themselves from falling? It's an important question because every 15 seconds, an older adult receives emergency room treatment for fall-related injuries.
Countless studies support the science behind social connection in combating loneliness and promoting brain health. Learn how senior living expands older adults' ability to stay engaged as they age.
When it comes to senior fitness, you can’t beat swimming, water aerobics and other pool workouts. These activities are among the best and safest ways to improve your health, physically and mentally.
Motivating yourself to exercise is challenging for many, and most particularly for those dealing with arthritis pain.
As we age, downsizing to a space and lifestyle that suits our changing needs takes on heightened importance. Here are Asbury's 5 Key Benefits of Moving to a Senior Living Community.
A good night's sleep is essential for successful aging, no matter how old you are. After all, sleep is a time of rest and rejuvenation, when our minds and bodies can recuperate after a long day.