Arbor Acres United Methodist Retirement Community

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Arbor Acres United Methodist Retirement Community
Arbor Acres United Methodist Retirement Community is listed in the Retirement & Life Care Communities & Homes category in Winston Salem, North Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for Arbor Acres United Methodist Retirement Community which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Arbor Acres United Methodist Retirement Community on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Arbor Acres United Methodist Retirement Community is:
1240 Arbor Rd
Winston Salem, NC 27104
(336) 724-7921

"Arbor Acres United Methodist Retirement Community" - ZapScore Report

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Arbor Acres United Methodist Retirement Community has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that Arbor Acres United Methodist Retirement Community has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Winston Salem, North Carolina is 35 and in the Retirement & Life Care Communities & Homes category is 43. Learn more about ZapScore

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The skies may be dark and stormy today, but the sun was shining brightly earlier this month when Arbor Acres... fb.me/8BLERY77s

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The skies may be dark and stormy today, but the sun was shining brightly earlier this month when Arbor Acres hosted the Piedmont Plus Senior Games regional qualifying croquet tournament! We take croquet pretty seriously here, and it shows. Eight of our residents advanced to the State Senior Games in Cary, NC this September! Woo hoo! Congratulations to all our winners: Winborne Chandler, Chan Chandler, Liz Vinson, Ron Vinson, Emily Lambeth, Betty Richardson, Margaret Hayden, Hamp Lefler, Charles Duckett! We are so proud of you! Pictured here are some of our winners with their hard-earned and well-deserved medals.


Yesterday, exactly two years to the day they first met at Arbor Acres and fell instantly in love--and in the very... fb.me/vhPyhGEn

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Yesterday, exactly two years to the day they first met at Arbor Acres and fell instantly in love--and in the very same room--Fred and Lora Benoff celebrated their marriage in Piner Hall before family and friends. Rabbi Mark Cohn officiated the ceremony, which took place under a chuppah, the Jewish wedding canopy, and included the symbolic breaking of a glass. Musical selections played and sung by the couple's many mutual friends, including members of Arbor Acres' Sharps & Flats choir, recreated the songs they heard on the day they met. Such a beautiful, personal and love-filled ceremony. Mazel Tov!


The Winston-Salem Journal's AgeWise column today (that shares information provided by Senior Services) explains... fb.me/8tfmEvOG0

The Winston-Salem Journal's AgeWise column today (that shares information provided by Senior Services) explains important changes that are coming to Medicare cards in 2018 to prevent identity theft: Social Security numbers will be removed, and new cards will be issued starting next April. Here's the full text of this story. Thank you Winston-Salem Journal and Senior Services for this update! Q: I heard Social Security will be issuing new Medicare cards starting next year. Is that true? Answer: According to AARP, Medicare ID cards will start to remove Social Security numbers in 2018. Medicare is preparing to stop using Social Security numbers for identification next year and will send new cards to patients with Medicare ID numbers. The move is required by a law enacted two years ago to discourage identity theft. The 2015 law, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, requires the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to remove Social Security numbers from Medicare cards by April 2019. The agency (CMS) recently updated its web page to help health care providers prepare for the change. New cards with Medicare beneficiary identifiers (MBIs) are expected to be mailed in April 2018. During the transition, providers can use the MBIs or health insurance claim numbers (which are based on Social Security numbers) on transactions such as billing and claims. “We’re now figuring out the best way to mail the cards,” the agency advised providers. “We’ll keep you posted about critical information so you can be ready to ask your Medicare patients at the time of service if they have a new card with an MBI.” The agency plans a “wide-scale outreach” to let beneficiaries know that they need to bring their new Medicare cards when they get care and how to get MBIs if they lose their cards. Also, my Social Security will begin collecting a second method to check the identification of Social Security account holders when they register or sign in beginning June 10. You can choose either your cell phone or your email address as your second identification method. Using two ways to identify you when you log on will help better protect your account from unauthorized use and potential identity fraud. Since an email address is already required to use my Social Security, everyone can continue to benefit from the features it provides. If you plan to select email as your second method, you can ensure that the one-time security code email does not go into your spam or junk folder by adding NO-REPLY@ssa.gov to your contact list.


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What a great turnout last night for our "Live and Learn" series! The lecture was based on The Blue Zones, a book by Dan Buettner. UNC Charlotte Professor of Sociology, Dr. Cynthia Riffe Hancock (whose parents live at Arbor Acres), delivered a fascinating presentation on the five geographic areas in the world--called Blue Zones--that produce a high rate of centenarians, suffer a fraction of the diseases that commonly affect people in other parts of the developed world, and enjoy more healthy years of life. Arbor Acres' Wellness and Dining Arts departments are already teaming up to incorporate some of the lessons learned from these unique world communities, starting with a "Smoothie Social" (made with fresh local strawberries) following Dr. Hancock's remarks and a featured "Blue Zone Plate" special on this week's dining room menu!

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The weather was glorious for a trip to the North Carolina Zoo this week! Our residents had a terrific time, especially our very own "Giraffe Whisperer!"