+1 (877) 929-5321

Schedule a Tour

Senior Living Blog

Happily Ever Aging
...a UMH Senior Living Blog

Everything you need to know about caring for your loved one - at home or at a senior living community.

Blog Feature

Aging & Caregiving  |  Crosby Commons  |  Meet The Family

Meet the Family: Jake DeLucia of Crosby Commons

What makes a house a home? It's not the fancy furniture or shiny chandeliers, but the family who gathers there. This month, our "Meet the Family" spotlight highlights someone who not only is adored by residents and staff alike, but also the recipient of a 2017 Connecticut Assisted Living Association (CALA) Award. Continue reading to learn more about Jake DeLucia...

Read More

Blog Feature

Crosby Commons  |  Stories and Spotlights

Meet James Nies of Crosby Commons

Born in New York City in 1920, James, better known as Jim, has had a life full of love, excitement and travel. Jim’s upbringing was very unique because both of his parents were deaf, which taught him many lessons and offered him a different perspective on life. Jim lived in the Bronx in a suburb called Riverdale where he was valedictorian of his elementary school. From there, he attended DeWitt Clinton High School, and then Stevens Institute of Technology. Twenty five years later, he received his master’s degree at the University of Bridgeport. Jim became an Eagle Scout, which is the highest achievement attainable in the Boy Scouts of America Program, and was a member of the Air Force, serving from 1943 to 1946.

Read More
Your Guide to Senior Care Options

Not sure what senior living and care solution is best for your loved one? Start making sense of your options.

Get the award-winning guide and subscribe to our blog.

Blog Feature

Aging & Caregiving  |  Crosby Commons  |  Middlewoods of Farmington  |  Middlewoods of Newington  |  assisted living  |  bishop wicke  |  veterans

Veteran's Day Celebrations for UMH Residents

Celebrating our Veterans At UMH, it is our honor to be a place many veterans call home. We can never show enough gratitude for their service to our country. One day of celebrations is never enough to acknowledge the sacrifices our veterans have made for our freedom. Here are some of the ways we are honoring our veterans:

Read More