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    The Plaza at The Barrington of Carmel Welcomed Wellness Expert and Board Member Dr. David Gobble for recent event

     
    The Plaza at The Barrington of Carmel, which provides a range of healthcare services within Hamilton County’s new life care senior living community, recently welcomed Dr. David Gobble, Director of the Masterpiece Living® Academy, to share his expertise on maximizing capabilities late in life. For the last 15 years, Gobble has focused his research, writing and speaking on the potential to age well and live a long successful life. The Barrington is the only senior living community in the state of Indiana to offer Masterpiece Living® to its residents, and last year named Gobble to its board of directors. During this most recent event, Gobble discussed “Brain Health: A Critical Investment for a Good Long Life.”

    Gobble has written an aging well column regularly for Wellness Councils of America, and delivered hundreds of presentations about healthy aging to both academic audiences and the public. The last eight years of his academic career he directed the only program in the country that focused on wellness across an individual’s lifespan. Gobble believes it is important to understand, how to maintain as well as improve function in late life.

    “We were so pleased to have Dr. Gobble visit The Barrington community again and share his vast knowledge of the human brain with our residents and staff. His presentation was very engaging and informative for everyone,” said Troy Cannaday, executive director at The Barrington of Carmel. “The overall message behind Masterpiece Living® is so encouraging and empowering as it reminds us all how we can take control over our aging process to live a truly long and enjoyable life.”

    Gobble spoke about the rapidly changing science of brain health and discussed how lifestyle and living location affect the way the brain ages. He believes it is never too late to make lifestyle changes in order to start aging successfully.


    ABOUT THE BARRINGTON OF CARMEL

    Situated on a 19-acre campus on Guilford Road off 116th Street, The Barrington began its phased opening in November 2013. It features 134 maintenance-free, independent living apartment homes and embraces the wellness-minded attitude of today’s older adults. The community provides a variety of services and amenities, including fine dining, a bistro, fitness and wellness centers, creative arts studio, salon and spa, library, housekeeping, scheduled transportation and more.

    In addition to the resort-style independent living residences, The Plaza at The Barrington provides a full range of health care services for an onsite continuum of care. Care levels nclude assisted living, memory support and private skilled nursing. The phased opening for The Plaza began in February.

    The Barrington of Carmel is sponsored by Senior Quality Lifestyles Corporation. Senior Quality Lifestyles Corporation (SQLC) is a not-for-profit organization that sponsors and operates the life care communities of Edgemere (Dallas), Querencia at Barton Creek (Austin), The Buckingham (Houston), Mirador (Corpus Christi), and The Stayton at Museum Way (Fort Worth).

    For more information about The Barrington of Carmel, visit www.TheBarringtonofCarmel.com or call the Information Center at (317) 706-6760.

    For more information about SQLC, visit www.SQLC.org.

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