There is nothing more fun than receiving a lunch invitation! And wouldn’t it be fun to get invited to a beautiful restaurant where everything is paid for? At McCrite Plaza, we’re offering you the opportunity to come for a complimentary lunch and tour. If you want, invite your adult kids to join you! One of… Continue reading Families Unite: A Lunch Date at our Retirement Community!
Shopping around at senior living communities before the need for care arises is a crucial step for seniors and their families. It’s a proactive approach that can ensure a smooth transition to a senior living community when the time comes, and it offers a range of benefits that can enhance quality of life and peace… Continue reading The Search For Senior Living: Why Seniors Should Start Early
When Pat and Judy opened their first retirement community almost 50 years ago, they knew that they would make a commitment to couples a primary mission. The McCrite family exemplifies the values of family and faith, and they planned to make it possible for couples to live together in their older ages. From the blueprints… Continue reading Commitment to Couples in Senior Living Communities
Nestled in the heart of Briarcliff, the McCrite Plaza Retirement Community stands as a testament to luxurious and fulfilling retirement living. With a commitment to providing unparalleled amenities and services, McCrite Plaza at Briarcliff has become synonymous with upscale retirement living, offering residents a haven to enjoy their golden years in comfort and style. Whether… Continue reading McCrite Plaza Retirement Community at Briarcliff: Five-Star Senior Living In Kansas City
January and February in the Midwest are months with high fall rates. The cold and icy conditions create a threat for everyone but especially the Senior population. At McCrite Plaza Senior Living in Topeka and Kansas City, we focus on fall prevention with the help of our expert physical and occupational therapy teams. Assisted and… Continue reading Wintertime Brings Fall Dangers. How Can Seniors Prepare?
As individuals age, they often decide to transition to a senior living community that best suits their needs and lifestyle. Two popular options are Senior Independent Living and Assisted Living. While these terms are sometimes used interchangeably, they represent distinct types of communities designed to cater to varying levels of independence and assistance for seniors.… Continue reading What’s the Difference Between Independent Living and Assisted Living?
The holiday season is often portrayed as a time of joy, warmth, and togetherness. However, for many seniors, this time of year can evoke feelings of loneliness and isolation. Although loneliness at holiday time is not exclusive to older people, there are many factors that contribute to the prevalence of loneliness during the holidays. But… Continue reading When Christmas Isn’t Merry
Embrace Your Golden Years with Style and Grace At McCrite Plaza When it comes to senior living, the choices can be overwhelming. But if you’re in the Topeka or Kansas City area, McCrite Plaza stands out as a beacon of independence, comfort, and tailored care for those 55 and older. Here, independent senior living is… Continue reading McCrite Plaza: The Top Rated 55+ Senior Apartments in Topeka and Kansas City
When it comes to making the transition into senior living, we know it’s a big move that carries emotional and practical significance. Finding a place that feels like home but also offers the healthcare and support you might need down the line can be challenging. Senior Independent Living in Kansas City and Topeka That’s where… Continue reading Leaning Toward Independent Senior Living? Let Us Help You Take The First Steps!
The phrase “I have your back” is a common expression used to indicate that someone is looking out for you and will support you. The origin of this phrase is not entirely clear, but it is believed to have military roots. During World War II, fighter pilots would watch each other’s backs during combat missions.… Continue reading Who’s Got Your Back?