Mark Hamby, Author at Parkway Village

Mark Hamby

March 2, 2020

Solving the Senior Living Puzzle

Senior housing, senior living, active senior living, senior apartments, independent living, assisted living, retirement community, continuing care retirement community, life plan community, life care community . […]
January 31, 2020

Advance Directives: What Are They and Why Do We Need Them?

At some point, a medical professional will ask you about advance directives. It may happen during a routine medical visit or in preparation for a hospitalization. […]
November 15, 2019

Holiday Visits with Family

November and December mark a high point for holiday visits with family. Grandparents will travel to adult children’s homes or adult children will travel to parents’ […]
October 21, 2019

Retirement Community Myths

As Baby Boomers age, it’s obvious they are living healthier, more active lives than their Silent Generation parents. Living longer, healthier, and more active lives has […]
August 22, 2019

Spiritual Care and Memory Loss

By Randy Brantley, Chaplain, Parkway Village “Listen to Me, O house of Jacob, And all the remnant of the house of Israel, Who have been upheld […]
July 16, 2019

Understanding the Emotions of Aging

By Randy Brantley, Chaplain, Parkway Village As the Baby Boom generation enters retirement, family members and health care workers face a learning curve in understanding the […]
May 28, 2019

Move More, Live More: Engaging in Physical Activity

Watching reruns of Mad Men is a shocking reminder of how smoking was once glamorized in American life. Only persons of a certain age can remember […]
April 16, 2019

From Mesa to Little Rock: Our Parkway Village Story

Editor’s Note: From time to time we ask a Parkway Village resident to tell us how they came to live at Parkway Village. The following is […]
March 14, 2019

Senior Adult Transitions: Moving to Senior Housing

By Randy Brantley, Chaplain, Parkway Village Navigating transitions in life can be challenging at any age, but particularly so in the senior adult years. Some adults […]