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Announcing the Student in Residence
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Living Branches is pleased to announce the new student in residence program at Dock Meadows! We are excited to introduce Jenni Agosto as the first student in residence to..
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..
Starting the New Year Right: A Bucket List Guideline for 2018
Amanda Le Suer Posted on
Here comes a new year, full of opportunities and goals. Bursting with expectation and right on the heels of a busy holiday season spent with family and friends. Isn’t..
Holidays: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year?
Amanda Le Suer Posted on
We all know the classic song made popular by Andy Williams, It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year… and the holidays definitely have a way of making us..
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..

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