Blog - February 2011

Empowering Lives Through Technology

Posted on February 22, 2011 in Active Aging

By Joel Wrobbel New technology abounds at Westminster-Thurber Community (WTC). Everywhere you turn new products and new computer systems are making our lives better and managing tasks easier. “One of our main goals is to continually create and enhance our community so we can eliminate the BLaHs of life. Technology is one way we can find solutions to Boredom, Loneliness and Helplessness. Through the fun and entertaining Wii games, the challenging brain health programs of the Dankim system and the innovative and multi dimensional computer system of It’s Never 2 Late, WTC is embracing technology,” says Michele Engelbach, Administrator of Westminster-Thurber (10 years of service).

Our Eden Community

Posted on February 17, 2011 in Active Aging

By Deanna Wright I would like to give you a glimpse into a beautiful relationship.

Blog - April 2010

Westminster-Thurber Announces Expansion

Posted on April 06, 2010 in In The News

Donors, staff, residents and community leaders celebrated today’s groundbreaking for the Thurber Towers Resident Life & Arts Center at Westminster- Thurber Community, 717 Neil Ave. Westminster-Thurber’s project is funded by charitable gifts received during a recent capital campaign.

Ohio Magazine features Westminster-Thurber

Posted on April 01, 2010 in In The News

Although February snow blankets the central Ohio landscape, Beth Marlor, 65, is thinking of summer breezes and Rocky Mountain highs. In July, she’ll meet up with four friends in Boulder, Colorado, for a four-day backpacking expedition. It’s an outing the chums — who’ve dubbed themselves The Wild Mountain Mamas — have made three times in the last six years. Ohio Magazine features Westminster-Thurber (Ohio Magazine)

Blog - February 2010

SkiBum has Never Acted her Age, Young or Old

Posted on February 17, 2010 in In The News

After more than 90 years, Joan Woodruff knows that you have to start while you're young if you want to make people understand that age has little to do with ability. Ski bum has never acted her age, young or old (Columbus Dispatch)