senior living

November 22, 2016 | Jeff Getek

Riderwood’s Art of Ceramics Combines Creativity and Possibility

Lifelong learning opportunities abound for residents of Riderwood. This year, there were 88 enrollees for the Art of Ceramics classes offered at the Erickson Living retirement community, via the Prince George’s Community College system and taught by resident Won Yin. And for two days, the work of many of these residents was on display as […]

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November 3, 2016 | Jeff Getek

Riderwood Opens The Glen at Orchard Point

With the cheers of an enthusiastic audience, residents and employees of Riderwood cut the ribbon on The Glen at Orchard Point (The Glen), the new assisted living expansion at the Erickson Living retirement community. The Glen features the largest assisted living apartments in the area with 41 private residences ranging from studio to two-bedroom styles. […]

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September 1, 2016 | Jeff Getek

Completing the Journey: Sucher Family Honors Late Wife, Mother by Completing Her Memoir

I work with residents who live in Erickson Living communities in Parkville, MD, Houston and Dallas, TX, Charlotte, NC, and of course, Riderwood in Silver Spring. One thread they share, no matter the time zone in which they reside, is the love they show for family. Joe Sucher, a resident of Riderwood, was no exception. […]

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July 14, 2016 | Christen Milstead

Ingleside at King Farm Welcomes New Piano (VIDEO)

In May, Ingleside at King Farm welcomed its newest resident – a baby grand piano. This resident-driven initiative even raised enough funds to support future musical performances.

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July 13, 2016 | Jeff Getek

Riderwood Says Thank You to Calverton Fire/EMS Station 841 Through Kitchen Renovation

Riderwood retirement is uniquely located!  About half of its campus resides in Montgomery County, while the other half sits in Prince George’s County.  The result is that the community enjoys strong partnerships with government agencies and elected officials in both jurisdictions as we serve our residents.  Here’s one story of how employees…and our vendors…showed their […]

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June 23, 2016 | Jeff Getek

Riderwood Employees Support The Children’s Inn at NIH

Residents and employees of Riderwood retirement community are encouraged to seek opportunities to live the company’s mission to “…share our gifts to create communities that celebrate life.” The end result is tens of thousands of volunteer hours contributed to the greater community each year. That 16-year tradition continued for a group of Riderwood employees who […]

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June 16, 2016 | Jeff Getek

Riderwood to Host A Feast for the Eyes IV, an Artwork Showcase

Riderwood retirement community is also home to a thriving, vibrant community of artists. Their work will be on display again in July. What makes the event extra special is that most of the artists are available to discuss the technique and inspiration behind their pieces. You can read more below about A Feast for the […]

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June 7, 2016 | Jeff Getek

Registration Now Open for 9th Annual Mah Jongg Tourney at Riderwood

The Mah Jongg Tourney at Riderwood retirement community has become more popular every year.  It is a true regional event; last year, 148 enthusiasts from the mid-Atlantic entered the tournament, a record-setting turn-out.  Registration is now open! Silver Spring, Maryland—Riderwood, the Erickson Living retirement community, will host its 9th Annual Mah Jongg Tournament on Thursday, August […]

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May 13, 2016 | Jeff Getek

Democratic Club of Riderwood Hosts Pair of State Delegates from District 14

While the 2016 presidential campaign dominates the headlines, state and local issues interest residents of Riderwood, too. To stay informed, the resident-led Democratic Club of the Erickson Living retirement community hosted State Delegates Eric Luedtke and Pam Queen, each representing Montgomery County in District 14. The delegates provided an overview of the recently completed 2016 […]

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April 8, 2016 | Jeff Getek

Robert Davis Inducted into USPTA Mid-Atlantic Tennis Hall of Fame

Growing up in Oklahoma, his first tennis racket was a T.A. Davis model made of laminated walnut without a leather grip. In high school, he once spent his lunch money—30 cents per day—to buy two tennis balls for a practice. Now at age 95, Robert Davis earned entry into the United States Professional Tennis Association […]

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