The principal reason we live at Meadowlark Hills is that they are accredited in management of Parkinson's disease. Don has PD and various therapies address the many symptoms. We credit them with...
June 20, 2019
Over 40 percent of the decisions we make each day are based on habit, not conscious thought. By creating better habits, you can create the backbone of a healthy lifestyle—one that works, even when you are not thinking about it!
One way to create a healthy habit is to track your behavior until the behavior becomes a habit. Follow these steps to a healthy lifestyle.
Some of you may be familiar with the hit reality TV series, America’s Got Talent. It is a talent show that features singers, dancers, magicians, comedians and other performers of all ages competing for the top prize of one million dollars!
Here is your time to shine! Meadowlark Hills is hosting a talent show of its own at 7 p.m. Friday, Mar. 22, in the Community Room. Talented amateurs and unknown performers will gather to compete for the title! Bring your songs, poetry, artwork, comic routine or any other show of unique talent!
Meadowlark Hills Trust Accounts can offer much-needed security and convenience for residents that choose to take advantage of this opportunity.
The Resident Trust Accounts are a savings account that is held/managed by Meadowlark Hills. The account accumulates a small amount of interest, however it is less than the average savings account. You will find that the dexterity of this account will make-up for the difference.
Q: How do Courtesy Days accumulate and what fees should I expect when using them?
Osher Institute courses, available through Kansas State University and UFM Community Learning Center, in partnership with Meadowlark Hills have an exciting line-up of classes for Meadowlark residents coming up in March!
After moving to Meadowlark Hills in 2008, many of our friends and acquaintances asked, “How do you like living at Meadowlark Hills?”
My candid reply was, “I hate it less each day!” Seriously after 40 years on Timberlane Drive, we were down-sizing from 2,000 square feet to less than 800 square feet. That fact in itself can be traumatic. Adding to the anxiety was the task of selling our home, remembering the housing market was lousy at the time. An added concern was that both of us were facing medical issues.
Wanting to stretch your mind? Join the New Perspectives Book Club that meets Wednesdays at 9 a.m. in the Living Room. This group reads aloud and stops to discuss points of interest and growth. On Wednesday, Feb. 13, we will begin reading A Ladies Life in the Rocky Mountains, by Isabella Bird.
There is no outside reading unless you choose to do so. Sign up in the Blue Book if interested so enough copies of the book can be ordered. The book will cost $10. Contact Jan McNeil at 776-3894, or Kay Shanks at 539-2066, if you have questions.
Sloan House will be hosting a bake sale full of Valentine’s Day treats. The profits will go to Collin, a Manhattan High School student that is battling cancer. To order your treats, stop by Sloan House from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. beginning Wednesday, Feb. 6, through Friday, Feb. 8. The treats will be delivered on Valentine’s Day!
February is often called the month of love. We celebrate Valentine’s Day and images of young couples in love spring from every newspaper, TV and store front. Instead of romantic love, I would like to put the spotlight on good friendships and the love that takes the form of companionship and mutual care. At Meadowlark Hills, friendships are a precious part of our culture. Groups exist here that facilitate friendships, creating a place for individuals to share ideas about a topic or pieces of who they are.
Meadowlark Hills is very excited to announce that Dr. Matthew Floersch has accepted the position of Medical Director for the retirement community. We are excited to have Dr. Floersch on board and are grateful for the knowledge, experience and perspective that he will bring to the team.
2121 Meadowlark Road
Manhattan, KS 66502