Bob White, Executive Director
133 Evergreen Road, Suite 212
Louisville, KY 40243
E-Blast for Monday, September 17, 2018
´╗┐Stonecrest of Louisville Celebrates Its Grand Opening Thursday, September 20
Stonecrest of Louisville will celebrate its Grand Opening from 4 - 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 20. KSLA welcomes Stonecrest to our association and congratulates them on their Grand Opening!

Stonecrest of Louisville offers memory care and personal care. They're located at 1105 Dorsey Lane, Louisville, KY 40223. Stonecrest's Executive Director is Anestasia Knofsinger, and she can be reached at or 502.966.7077.
You're Invited to Attend "Sock 'N Sole" on Thursday, September 27
September 22, 2018 marks the 10th annual  National Falls Prevention Awareness Day , sponsored by the National Council on Aging (NCOA). But every day can be "Fall Prevention Day" with safer footing!
KSLA Associate members Lynn Harrelson of Senior Pharmacy Solutions, and Becky Morris of Future Fitness & Wellness, LLC invite you to attend one of two "Sock 'N' Sole" Gatherings . Come get a closer look at the innovative products and take them for a "test run".
Thursday, September 27
11 a.m. - 2 p.m. OR 5-7:30 p.m.
Choose the time that works best for you

at 705 Danes Hall Drive, Louisville, KY 40206
Please R.S.V.P. 502.417.8803 or
Want to see the products ahead of time? Visit
Questions? Contact Lynn at 502-425-8642 or Becky at 502-417-8803.
And, Speaking of Reducing Falls ...
(HealthDay: News for Healthier Living) In a recent article written by Dennis Thompson of HealthDay, he says that a new trial shows that the ancient practice of tai chi may be more beneficial than strength training and aerobic exercise in preventing falls among seniors.

Tai chi is an ancient Chinese tradition involving movements that flow from one position to another in a slow, graceful, and focused way. The body is in constant motion and the exercise of changing positions also changes the balance of the individual. The body moves outside of its center of gravity in one movement, and back into the center of gravity in the next movement.

According to Kerri Winters-Stone, a professor with the Oregon Health & Science University School of Nursing, "the tai chi program better addresses the deficits that were contributing to fall risk." She goes on to say that if an individual who practices tai chi started to fall, they would probably be better at counteracting that movement to regain their balance.

Click Here to read the article in its entirety. You'll learn about a new clinical trial that has modified the tai chi routine for seniors and its success rate in increasing their balance and confidence.

Reminder: The Next Senior Living Works Ambassador Conference Call is scheduled for September 19.
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Have a great week!

Bob White, Executive Director
Kentucky Senior Living Association (KSLA)