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Lifelong Learning: Lighting Up a Village

In a partnership with Seattle University, we provide lifelong learning for our residents via quarterly lectures, the most recent of which was entitled “Lighting Up a Village: How Social Enterprises and Technology Can Change the Lives of Billions.” Read more.

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The All-Staff Picnic

Hamburgers, hot dogs, ribs, sunshine–and the company of our great co-workers. This summer’s Staff Picnic was a hit with all attendees. Click here to view the album on our Facebook page.

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The Ball Rouge

Check out our moves–waltz and otherwise–at the Ball Rouge in Freeway Park, part of the citywide celebration known as Dancing ’til Dusk. Click here to view the Ball Rouge album on our Facebook page.

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Blog: Scientists at the 2014 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference emphasize lifestyle factors

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Each year, leading experts on Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders meet at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, which is the world’s largest gathering of leading researchers, who present the latest information on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of memory and cognitive disorders. This information is of interest to anyone concerned about brain health—and that surely includes Alzheimer’s family caregivers. Read more.

Bringing the subject home, Horizon House is known for its active, independent senior lifestyle, with an emphasis on wellness. Our Wellness Program offers exercise classes in everything from water aerobics and weights to yoga and Tai Chi. Nature walks, museum outings, lectures, games, and activities are available to residents year around. Read more.

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Interrupted by Art on First Hill

Horizon House senior living just got more interesting for the walkers in our midst. Ten emerging artists have created temporary art installations throughout First Hill for the project Art Interruptions 2014. The artworks will inhabit city sidewalks and parks and offer passers-by a brief interruption in their day, eliciting a moment of surprise, beauty, contemplation, or humor. Read more.