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August 14, 2019

Love What You Do

We love when our team members share their stories, especially when it shows how much their work means to them. Read about David Rearick and why he has stayed with us for over 5 years. “Was it just answering an ad? Honestly, that’s how it all started. Was it perhaps […]
July 9, 2019

Can the Mediterranean Diet Delay or Prevent Dementia?

In this ‘Ask the Expert’ column, a dietitian explains the possibilitiesBy The American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR) Before earning her doctorate in public health nutrition from Queen’s University Belfast in 2012 and embarking on a research career there, registered dietitian Claire McEvoy spent a decade working in clinical nutrition […]
May 30, 2019

Helping Those Who Forget…Remember

Midge watches cows being milked on a dairy farm. Donna paints watercolor masterpieces with just one touch. Frank belts out tunes on the karaoke machine. All call the Woodside Neighborhood, a dementia-specific personal care community at the Presbyterian SeniorCare Network Washington campus, home. Each has a different interest that sparks […]
May 30, 2019

Doing your homework before joint replacement leads to a better recovery

Meeting with a physical therapist and educating yourself before you have joint replacement surgery can help you to have a quicker, less stressful recovery. Patients who meet one-on-one with a physical therapist (PT) and educate themselves prior to knee or hip replacement surgery feel better prepared to leave the hospital […]
May 22, 2019

The Power of Music

May is Older Americans Month! Communities that encourage the contributions of older adults are stronger! By engaging and supporting all community members, we recognize that older adults play a key role in the vitality of our neighborhoods, networks, and lives. This year’s theme, Connect, Create, Contribute, encourages older adults and […]