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Dementia Caregiver Study Highlights the Importance of Togetherness
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In recent years, the healthcare community has poured much attention into the special needs of people with dementia – and there have been exciting advances in therapies, treatments, and..
Growing Partnership with Drexel Sparks New Possibilities in Dementia Care
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“You are not alone.” For a caregiver of a loved one with dementia – or for someone struggling with dementia themselves – this is a powerful message to hear. ..
New Fund for Creative Arts Therapy: Inspiring Donors, Growing Possibilities
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Do you have a passion for the creative arts? Have you Seen music, art, or dance make a positive difference in Someone’s life – perhaps even your own? The..
Opening, Hearts, Minds, and Doors with Creative Arts Therapy
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Seth Laucks, MA, MT-BC, LPC, believes in the healing and connecting power of music. He knows the right song can unlock a door to everything from a treasured memory,..
Embracing Change to Strengthen a Tradition of Care
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In 1976, Paul and Esther Moyer were hired to help inspire growth and change at Souderton Mennonite Homes. As the community’s last couple in leadership, they led the charge for..
Leading the Way: Open Hearts and Minds Create Possibilities in the Evolving World of Memory Care
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The days Kathleen could make her mom laugh were her favorite. A giggle might be won through continuous banter and large doses of family humor that Kathleen conjured up..
A Unique Career Journey
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Kathleen’s father was always her favorite career counselor. He supported her smart choices throughout her successful corporate career with AT&T, including the startup of her own IT security company..
Getting Fit Means Getting Together
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Brent Daubenspeck may be the leader of the fitness program at Dock Woods, but he’ll be the first person to tell you that it’s the residents who guide many..

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