PICTURED: Murfreesboro Mayor, Shane McFarland; Rutherford Co. Chamber President, Paul Latture; Representative Mike Sparks; Representative Dawn White; NHC President, Mike Ussery; NHC CEO, Steve Flatt; AdamsPlace Administrator, Buckley Winfree; NHC Chairman, Robert Adams; Executive Director, Ann Clark; Aleta Daughtery; Tacoya James; Rutherford Co. Mayor, Ernest Burgess. On July 19, 2017, AdamsPlace held a campus-wide celebration in…

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Meet our new therapy puppy, Ella! Our residents have already fallen in love with her. While petting a new puppy is sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face, it can be especially meaningful for seniors. At AdamsPlace, pet therapy provides our residents with a wonderful opportunity to catch up, reach out and connect with…

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Aging looks different for everyone. While some people may be able to drive safely well into their later years with no trouble at all, it’s important to keep an eye out for signs that you should talk with your loved ones about their safety behind the wheel. Changes in health—including changes in vision, hearing, mobility…

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For the first time, researchers have shown that older adults can generate as many new brain cells as younger people. Researchers from Columbia University and New York State Psychiatric Institute studied brains of various ages, and found that each one showed evidence of producing a similar number of new brain cells. The topic of brain…

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Yoga can be a low-impact form of exercise that has many potential benefits for seniors. When practiced regularly, yoga improves flexibility and strength, and it can help reduce the effects of stress through breathing exercises and mindful relaxation. If you’re thinking about trying yoga for yourself, make sure you keep your safety first, as you…

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Audene Phillips was born on the antique bed pictured below along with three of her four siblings. They were raised on a farm on Sulphur Springs Road here in Murfreesboro. She attended Central High School and MTSU. After college, she worked for UT Agriculture Services and then in 1963, she returned to MTSU where she…

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