How do we make each other better? In many ways, a university-based retirement community such as Broadview is a bold vision. It’s an attempt to break down stereotypes, strengthen intergenerational relationships and disrupt stereotypes of age — and youth.
Meet Fred, the 10-year-old beagle who likes to spend his time in the Broadview – Senior Living at Purchase College Information Center!
By Anemona Hartocollis Universities and colleges are sponsoring retirement communities on their ground, hoping that young and old can enrich each other’s lives while filling the school’s coffers. Read More Here
We’re excited to announce that Life Care Services has ranked highest in customer satisfaction in the J.D. Power 2019 Senior Living Study. Learn more!
Learn why arts and crafts can be beneficial to the health and wellness of seniors. Check out art making opportunities and classes at Broadview Senior Living.
Spa treatments can have many health benefits for seniors. Learn how spa services can soothe arthritis, improve sleep quality, and help manage blood pressure.
Number of baby boomers entering retirement is expected to grow after several years, while the number of college-bound high-school grads is projected to decline.
Broadview – Senior Living at Purchase College offers enriching opportunities to its Charter Members.
Carole And Bernard Ferster hail from New Rochelle and are looking forward to being members of the Broadview Senior Living community.
Relationships early on in one’s life can have a lasting impact. This is true for Broadview – Senior Living at Purchase College’s Director of Marketing, Ashley Wade.