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October 16: Silver Tsunami

Events | News

It’s Diabetes Awareness Month! No TRICKS, let us TREAT you to lunch! 

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 |11:30 am – 1:00 pm
At Moosehaven, 1701 Park Avenue, Orange Park, FL 32073

Does the thought of Diabetes SCARE you?  Don’t fret, come to our October Silver Tsunami event and ask the questions you want to have answered.

Our expert panel will answer YOUR questions with experienced advice, adding value to your retirement endeavors. They are available to provide the answers YOU want to know about Diabetes, making healthy choices and living with this all-to-common diagnosis.

Lunch will be served.

Seating is limited.


What’s your perception of Mooshaven?


As the campus buzzes with excitement for this weekend’s annual Christmas events, residents are found out and about enjoying the temperate climate and seasonal scores of poinsettias, lights and decor. Gazing across the campus there is a mixture of unique scenes.

A lighthearted giggle finds two kindred souls tucked away in reminiscent conversation. As the porch swing sways, their cheeks glow from candid conversation and bursts of laughter. A foot balancing the tip of a shoe dangles as the tales rise and fall in delightful whispers of contentment.

Looking further out, there is solace found witnessing another along the winding paths. His furrowed brow indicates a quiet reflection. Deep thoughts are evidenced in his purposeful stride, and one can only imagine the recollection of vivid details streaming, as the years play back in his memory. He dons a veteran’s cap, shielding eyes filled with pride and resolve. A gentle wind redirects his gaze toward calm waters of the river, and his stature submits to a wave of contentment.

A once frail widow, clutching onto the promise of safety Moosehaven provides, now clutches the hand of another, as she’s led to the evening’s event in familiar routine. No longer burdened by fear in her efforts to live alone, she now enjoys the confidence of independence, and embraces the freedom to thrive again. As she’s escorted off, her eyes meet his in thankful celebration, and the pride swelled in his chest is exhaled in contentment.

How do you convey the message of Moosehaven? As you explain each facet of the Moosehaven program, are the details emboldened in fraternal commitment to serve seniors?
Each soul at Moosehaven represents a unique need, yet the common desire to thrive resonates in every heart. Share Moosehaven with others as an opportunity, a means to peace, not a means to an end. Allow families to gain comfort in knowing a renewed life lies ahead for their loved ones, a life filled with purpose and chance. Provide a true representation of the success of Moosehaven, and paint a portrait of contentment.

We Welcome new Residents


Astor Street is decorated with “reserved” signs. It’s a welcome sight especially when the first sign appeared on our newly built St. Johns Apartments last month. Before the end of the year, Moosehaven will have nine new families in our New Life program. As the cooler temps settle in, new faces will begin to emerge and friendships forged as the events calendar heats up. From deck dinners to holiday happenings, there are plenty of activities for new residents to get plugged in to this fall season.

Our resident will extend a hearty welcome and introduce our new neighbors as family. New residents are eager to be part of our community, and are making plans to participate in upcoming social opportunities.

So, as we gather together this holiday season, we also invite our newest members to be part of our family – welcome them home.

Gini Turner Director of Marketing and Sales