MorrisonWoodsFall Blog

Living With Purpose

Resident Stories

It’s been a year since Tom’s stroke tried to ruin his life. Tried, and failed...

They see us through our country’s darkest times. They leap from planes, march through deserts, drive through minefields,...

Veterans at Jane’s local VA Hospital met a woman whose strength of character was matched by her sharp sense of humor...

When 89-year-old Ruth Blair wanted to go skydiving, it raised a few eyebrows...

Shirley was the first resident at North River Health Campus…

Introducing our first Resident Blogger…

A resident of Wellbrooke of Westfield, Ruth is truly a Westfield Wonder Woman…

Charles and Mary got married when they were just teenagers…

A resident of our Battle Creek campus felt that he just had to speak out…

When your memory care neighborhood is full of kindhearted people...      

At Trilogy, it’s all about our customers. Everything we do, from the smallest acts of kindness to the grandest gestures of...

Harriet S. has a diamond-shaped heart, eyes like stadium lights, and a mind like a catcher’s mitt...

Cecilia was 14 when she first entered a tractor cab alone. She never looked back... 

When someone moves into our campus, they don’t leave behind their passions, their hobbies, or their insights...

Trilogy celebrates National Zoo Lovers Day by granting a special wish for one of our residents…

Both in their nineties, Ellie and Bill caught the ziplining bug when they watched their grandkids go whizzing through the air...