Blog - May 2016

2016 Cape May STARs Making a Difference in the Lives of Others

Posted on May 12, 2016 in Spiritual Life

We really cherish the hard, caring work each of the following employee members do behind the scenes each and every day to meet the needs of our Cape May Residents and fellow staff.

Blog - August 2015

The most common - and solvable - home health and safety risks

Posted on August 06, 2015 in Health and Wellness

For many Americans, “home” evokes warmth, comfort, security and safety. But while home may be sweet, statistics show it’s far from safe. From falls and other types of accidents to fires and poor indoor air quality, home can be a dangerous place — so it’s important to make simple home improvements that can help minimize avoidable home safety and health risks.

Blog - June 2015

Cape May Residents, Friends and Family Gather for Annual Fishing Derby

Posted on June 29, 2015 in Active Aging

Cape May Retirement Village hosted its annual Fishing Derby on June 15. Hosted by Cape May’s 3M Club, the Fishing Derby brought another year of successful fishing, despite the inclement weather. More than 20 dedicated anglers came out to join friends, family and residents for a morning of finishing in Cape May’s lake, followed by lunch in the Campus Center.

5 health myths you shouldn't believe

Posted on June 18, 2015 in Health and Wellness

Separating fact from fiction can be difficult, especially when it comes to information about your health. Cutting through the Internet clutter and opinions from friends to uncover the truth is key to keeping the mind and body well.

Blog - April 2015

Feeling short of breath? It could be something serious

Posted on April 20, 2015 in Health and Wellness

Unlike many Americans, Pete Mulliner knew of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) long before he was actually diagnosed with it. His grandfather died from pulmonary fibrosis the year Mulliner was married. “Granddad was the go-to guy in my world,” Mulliner says. “He taught me how to use tools, renovate houses, how to think clearly and logically and how to approach life.” Three years after his grandfather’s death, Mulliner lost his great-aunt to pulmonary fibrosis. He didn’t know it at the time, but his own diagnosis of this deadly disease would come much later.