Koelsch Communities Gets Creative with Food Accessibility

For those with health issues that make chewing or swallowing difficult, biting into a juicy steak or rack of ribs can pose a challenge. That’s why Joel August, director of culinary services at Koelsch Communities, and his team have created a new Purées with Purpose menu, so residents at the company's independent living, assisted living, and memory care communities can look forward to their favorite foods, too. Learn more about the effort here.

Reducing Stress, Eliminating Pollutants: How Houseplants Can Make a Difference in Your Home 

Houseplants aren’t merely aesthetically appealing; they also can offer psychological and physical health benefits. Read a new guide from Stephanie Quiroz and Carla Reis here.

Fidget Away Stress and Anxiety

"Fidget" products are largely made for neurodivergent kids and adults who are autistic, have ADHD, or dyslexia, as well as those who simply need to fidget to stay regulated. However, neurotypical folks can find joy and relaxation in these toys, too. See our selections here.

The Lookout at Lake Chelan Constructing a Commercial District

The Lookout at Lake Chelan is currently constructing a commercial district in the town next to the new Lake Chelan Community Center. Scheduled for completion at the end of 2023, the district will feature roughly a dozen commercial buildings ranging from 1,500 to 5,000 square feet and be modern in design. Learn more here.