Redstone Highlands Community Blog
Life at Redstone
An insider’s view of Redstone with contributions by residents, families, staff, volunteers, and friends of Redstone.
Brain Health for Older Adults
As we age, we begin to notice changes in how we think. Our brains change as we get older, and small things like forgetting [...]
Baby Boomer Health Care Crisis
Baby Boomer Health Care Crisis With many baby boomers reaching retirement age, our health care system must adapt to support their needs. This generation [...]
Redstone to Host the Murrysville Woman’s Club Annual Art Show
Join us on Friday & Saturday April 21-22 for the Murrysville Woman's Club Annual Art Show. This event will be held on our [...]
Chef Dan Cooking Demos
Unique and engaging resident life is what we strive for at Redstone. Morrison, our Dining Services partner, ensures that residents feel the same way [...]
Joe Rusinko ‘Goghs’ to Pittsburgh!
Established in 2005, Redstone’s Wishing Well Program gives residents the chance to check an item off their bucket list. This program is funded kindly [...]
Redstone Goes Trips and Tours: Cheese, Mud, & Memories
Redstone Goes Trips and Tours has been happy to return to some travel adventures this fall. Redstone’s trips and tours provide wonderful opportunities for [...]
The Montessori Philosophy at Redstone
Jim used to be the town mechanic. He was known for his speedy appointments and many different services. His skills made him the go-to-guy [...]
“Hope Grows at Redstone”
Alex Chaffins, resident artist from Vandergrift, demonstrated his talent at the Greensburg campus. Chaffins is no rookie when it comes to murals. In fact, [...]
Life at Redstone
How do you capture a feeling, a spirit, the essence of moments lived with just mere words? Working at Redstone for more than 18 years [...]
Retired! Are you Crazy?
Church organist, substitute pet sitter, Sunday School teacher, hospice volunteer, generous photography expert, league bowlers, food pantry volunteers, volunteer church workers, political campaign volunteers, [...]
Happy Birthday Dog
Several years ago, a Redstone resident (a 90-year-old who still puts out a large garden from which he shares with his happy neighbors), received [...]
The Vegetable Men
A small group of male Redstone residents participate in a weekly prayer breakfast at a local church. Another Redstone resident operates a food pantry that [...]
Capturing the Redstone Spirit!
How do your capture a spirit? Is it contagious? Is it a divine gift? Is it learned? Is it an inoculation? Perhaps, but in reality, it is much [...]