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Understanding What Your Loved One Needs in Memory Care
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As the Silent Generation continues to age and the first of the Baby Boomers are officially seniors, the number of people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease continues to rise. Anyone..
4 Myths About Brain Health and How to Stay Sharp
Leslie Kernisan, MD for Next Avenue Posted on
Want to stay mentally sharp for as long as possible? I certainly do, and I’m guessing you do, too: an AARP survey found that 87 percent of respondents reported..
Spirituality and Aging
An interview with Margaret Zook
Donna Godshall, Sales Counselor Posted on
“Growing old is not for sissies!” We’ve heard that phrase – maybe even declared it ourselves. Often we think of aging as a season that comes with challenges; it..
Living and Growing - Regardless of Age
Ray Hurst, Director of Pastoral Care and Service Posted on
Living and groaning together is sometimes the script given by the broader culture to those living in retirement communities. And while growing older often does include experiences of “groaning”..
Why Are You Tired All the Time?
Jeanne Dorin for Next Avenue Posted on
Although she typically sleeps soundly and has good "sleep hygiene" — no coffee after 3 p.m., a quiet, darkened bedroom and a reasonable bedtime — Rose D. always feels..

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Spirituality and Aging
An interview with Margaret Zook
“Growing old is not for sissies!” We’ve heard that phrase – maybe even declared it ourselves. Often we think of aging as a season that comes with challenges; it..


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