28 December 2021, Bangkok – The Aspen Tree by MQDC residential community provides lifetime care to residents of 50 and over who want to plan their long-term lifestyle and well-being, said Ms. Hye June Park, President of The Aspen Tree.
The Aspen Tree combines residences, facilities, and services as Thailand’s first and Southeast Asia’s finest community for older adults. The project has worked with Baycrest, a Canadian healthcare center with over 100 years of experience, which is a global leader in residential developments for older adults. The community’s staff have taken training to set standards in care for residences and to provide the highest quality services.
To reinforce its leadership in quality of life for older adults, The Aspen Tree has hosted a packed calendar of activities for people aged 50+ from October to December after the lockdown eased. Reflecting the project’s mission to create a community where quality living ensures physical and psychological well-being, the events fulfill the concept of “The Most Beautiful Chapter in Life” with lifetime care for residents of 50 and over.
The Aspen Tree was honored to host the “World Ageing Asia Festival 2021”. The festival’s Thailand Roundtable was held the Forest Pavilion at The Forestias. Participants came from the public and private sectors, including developers, healthcare institutions, and innovative businesses. Ageing Asia, the festival’s organizer, is committed to uniting business, government, community leaders, and the media to drive and transform the aging society in the Asia-Pacific. The independent network’s main goal is to be a leader in support and education to improve the quality and standard of care for older adults by connecting partners and helping develop guidelines that respond to new opportunities and market demands in the aging society.
The many activities also included “Flowering Mind”. Top photographer Ms. Jutharat Phronmaneesoontorn presented Korinka-style Japanese Ikebana flower arrangement. The event focused on freely exploring nature and the life force of plants. Participants widened their perspectives on life, opening up to joy and well-being.
Leading artist and illustrator “Kru Parn” Somnuek Klangnok gave a master class in painting with acrylics to open up new art experiences to people aged 50+.
In “Experience the Most Beautiful Food”, world-renowned Thai chef Vichit Mukura shared his tips for mouthwatering Thai dishes with the finest ingredients, quality, and value for people aged 50+.
An “Anti-Aging Talk” for people aged 50+ by Dr. “Ping” Thidakan Rujipatanakul explained how science can keep us young. Participants learned to apply healthy principles in thinking and living to stay youthful and live life to the full.
The exclusive “Acoustic in The Forest” combined enchanting music from “Kong” Saharat Sangkapreecha with the star’s insights on living life to the full after 50.
The Aspen Tree also sponsored the ITF Seniors Tennis Championship, Asia’s top contest for senior players. The singles and doubles matches for players of 35 and over featured 120 competitors from around the world. The even highlights how life at 50+ can be the “Most Beautiful Chapter in Life” both physically and mentally.
“The Aspen Tree focuses on preventive care and well-being, integrating health and wellness programs, through daily leisure and learning activities for people aged 50+, promoting physical, mental, and brain health. This year’s events are just a few of the upcoming activities from The Aspen Tree. The community curates every detail for quality living at 50+ to ensure physical and mental well-being under the concept of ‘The Most Beautiful Chapter in Life’, including lifetime care for people of 50 and over,” said Ms. Park.
To discover “The Most Beautiful Chapter in Life” book a private visit to The Aspen Tree at the Call Center on 1265 or click https://mqdc.com/our-business/discover-project/aspentree/home