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Kendal at Oberlin in the News - July 2021


Here is news coverage for Kendal at Oberlin for the month of July, 2021 The Oberlin Review on Kendal at Oberlin Pandemic Experiences The Oberlin Review spotlighted Kendal at Oberlin resident and staff experiences throughout the pandemic in Kendal Lifts COVID-19 Restrictions Amid Low Cases, by Nina

Celebrating Pride Month and LGBTQ+ Resident Stories - Kendal at Oberlin


Published: June 20, 2023 Pride Month at Kendal at Oberlin began in early June with the life plan community receiving a national designation for being welcoming and equitable toward LGBTQ+ residents, visitors and employees and continues throughout the month with workshops, discussions, movies

Kendal at Oberlin's Program Committee


Published: April 9, 2021 Kendal at Oberlin has a rich tradition of utilizing its main auditorium to the max. Professors and musicians from Oberlin College lectured or performed in Heiser Auditorium. Ditto for Kendal residents, many who are former professors and musicians. Community residents showed

Back to School for Older Adult Students


the classroom online, so even distance is no longer a deterrent to lifelong learning.   What a Great Time to be an Older Student! Just ask Kendal resident Nanette Holben. “I am enrolled in an Oberlin College course focusing on Ukrainian literature and film of the 20th century—a reflection of my family

Kendal at Oberlin: Memories of World War II


Published: May 22, 2021 Kendal at Oberlin residents share many values, including creativity, resiliency, love of learning and concern for others. So, when the pandemic hit, residents came up with many ways to combine all of them.  One of these efforts is a 30-minute video featuring four residents

Oberlin’s Rich History of Diversity


in the education of African Americans; an abolitionist hotbed and a major stopover on the Underground Railroad; active in reform movements, including women’s rights. This nearly two-century tradition of supporting diversity continues today in the city and college, and, since 1993, at Kendal

Oberlin Tours for Everyone


to Oberlin, which is why Kendal resident Kathy Hazelton decided to organize an outing for 16 Kendal residents and 2 staff members. “My husband and I joined Kendal a few months before the pandemic hit and didn’t have time to explore Oberlin much before that.  As we were coming out of the restrictions, I

COVID-19 Brings Technology Advances at Kendal


restructure personal and community life because their older adult residents are most at risk of getting seriously ill and dying from COVID-19. Even before the pandemic, Kendal at Oberlin strived for state-of-the-art technology but since COVID, the retirement community has really ramped up its offerings

Voice Assistants Connect Older Adults


Published: January 29, 2021 After Judy Riggle’s stroke in 2018, she moved from her cottage to the Stephens Care Center at Kendal at Oberlin. Her husband Tom and cocker spaniel Susie visited daily, sometimes more than once. But when the pandemic forced Kendal to close the care center to visitors