In academic circles, “sense of place” refers to the subjective and emotional attachment people have to a particular geographic location, shaped by their personal experiences and cultural associations. Drawing on this definition, Front Porch developed the Sense of Place program: a six-part series that allows new and established residents to explore together how they experience
Gerald Turner and Richard Heath have two very important things in common – they love England Oaks and they love working with wood. “That’s all we need to be happy,” Gerald said with a laugh. As a young boy, growing up on a farm, Gerald built his own toys: first a wooden tractor, then a
September 22, the first day of fall, is appropriately deemed national Falls Prevention Awareness Day, and is dedicated to raising awareness of falls and how to prevent them. As a leading provider of senior housing, Front Porch treats the risk of falling as a very serious public health issue.