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Caregiver or Referee?

October 8, 2020 Hands down! The most difficult job that I have ever had was that of caregiver to my husband who was cognitively compromised. It took every ounce of…

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Finding a Sense of Calm Through Complementary Medicine

September 30, 2020 Anxiety is on the rise in the U.S., with baby boomers leading the hand-wringing charge. A 2018 national poll conducted by the American Psychiatric Association found that…

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Who Treats the Caregivers?

September 21, 2020 One of the most important jobs we will ever have is the job of caregiver to someone with a serious, critical or terminal illness. Whether you are…

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When Dementia Runs in Your Family

September 10, 2020 Nothing is more unnerving than knowing that dementia might run in your family. Whether you have a distant Aunt or Uncle or a first degree family member…

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Barbara's Family Story

August 24, 2020 A Memory Care Story The changes were almost imperceptible at first. They were the kinds of things that we all do – forgotten keys, lost train of…

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Chandler Hall Culinary Gala 2020

August 14, 2020 You are invited to STAY HOME for our first-ever VIRTUAL culinary event! Enjoy the comfort of your own home while we bring the annual Culinary Gala to…

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Helen's Story- The Best Care for a Long Road

August 14, 2020 When faced with arranging for Palliative Care or Hospice Care for a loved one, you’re likely to face difficult decisions about trying to ensure your loved one…

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Jack's Family Story

August 14, 2020 The unexpected happens. In fact the only thing you can count on when the unexpected happens is that you are going to need options and answers.  Life…

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The Waye Family's Experience

August 5, 2020 Roger was uniquely prepared for the stroke that would leave his 90 year old father, Eugene, incapacitated. Roger had spent his successful career running a Nursing and…

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