“Well Done, Thou Good and Faithful Servant!” Rev. Roger Acton is working full time as Faith Based Victim Services Project… Read more »
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Substance Use and the Senior Adult Nancy Pilat-Renner, MBA, MA, LPC, CACI, NCC Director of Outpatient Services Three Rivers Behavioral… Read more »
Aging Along With a Little Help From My Friends I think about the great lyrics of certain songs and how… Read more »
Volunteer in Retirement……..Why? By Tamrah Joran Your children are grown. You’ve retired from working. Now what do you do with… Read more »
Hospice Cleveland County Rev. Dr. Terry Floyd Chaplain LEAVING OUR MARK During my eleven years as a chaplain at Hospice… Read more »
For information, contact: Jim Ryan Owner / Operator firstname.lastname@example.org 803-227-3087 Aging-in-Place Guide: How to Stay in Your Home in Later… Read more »
Food is Medicine In our fast-paced world, it’s amazing how quickly a brilliant idea can become marginalized to nonexistence. CDs,… Read more »
On a bright sunny day many years ago, I remember leaning in close to my grandpa while we were sitting… Read more »
Taking time for smart eating is often sacrificed. When grab and go foods become the norm, it is tempting to overeat or to choose junk foods. Those hunger pangs may be satisfied briefly, but you usually end up wanting something more.
Mrs. Smith did not know that the call she was going to make to a retirement community this morning was going to completely transform her overall health and well-being. She is a very active lady that lives alone in a large home that she and her deceased husband have lived in for over 40 years. There are many memories and a lot of “stuff” that has accumulated over the years.