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Posts from 2020

  • Five Thoughtful Gift Ideas For the Elderly Five Thoughtful Gift Ideas For the Elderly This year, Covid-19 will be dictating how we celebrate the holidays, and for many of us, that means no traditional family gatherings. Sadly, the gift of time is often what’s most appreciated by an elderly loved one, but it may be months before you can safely be in the same ... Read More
  • Noticing the Need Noticing the Need For many of us, the holidays are the time of year when we get to spend a little extra time with loved ones. No matter how long you get to connect this year, you may start to notice some indications that loved ones aren’t quite the same. Maybe they’re a little forgetful, have ... Read More
  • Keeping Our Aging Family Members Mentally Healthy During Pandemic Keeping Our Aging Family Members Mentally Healthy During Pandemic For all of us, 2020 has been a difficult year in many ways as we have to cope with the continuing global pandemic. This is especially true for our aging population, who not only are more susceptible to contracting COVID-19 but are also forced to self-quarantine more often as ... Read More
  • Looking to 2020 with a Clear Vision Looking to 2020 with a Clear Vision I’m going to let you in on a little secret: While our top priority is to always provide Exceptional Care in more than 1,000 communities across the United States, we’ve also been busy laying some important groundwork this year so we can launch what we’re calling “Home Helpers ... Read More
  • New Year, Same Commitment to Exceptional Care New Year, Same Commitment to Exceptional Care Each New Year brings a promise of a new beginning. It’s a chance to wipe the slate clean and start anew. Many of us make resolutions to lose weight, eat healthier, devote more time to family, bring more energy to our work, etc. I think we’d agree that those are all admirable ... Read More
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