September 7, 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 Auslander. Kendal at Oberlin lifted COVID-19 health restrictions at the beginning of July amid widespread vaccination at the community. Residents were able to share celebratory outings like Ann Fuller who said, “The first thing I did when things opened up at all is that I drove down every single street in Oberlin to get reconnected.”
Read the full article from the Oberlin Review . The Oberlin Review is the newspaper of record for Oberlin College and the city of Oberlin, Ohio.
Senior Planet from AARP Weighs in on Intergenerational Housing Options
Senior Plant from AARP wrote about the different types of intergenerational housing with people that are not family in Is Intergenerational Housing for You?, by Sharon McDonnell. A life plan community near university campuses, like Kendal at Oberlin, offer opportunities for residents to audit classes and enjoy concerts from Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College. Many residents are graduates or former faculty of Oberlin College. Other intergenerational opportunities include volunteering at the Kendal Early Learning Center, which is on the Kendal at Oberlin campus.
Read the full article at Senior Planet to learn about the benefits and types of intergenerational housing.