How I Survived the Move

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Ther Be Dragons, Continued: It's Not the Weather

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There Be Dragons

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Happy Easter 2013!

What a wonderful way to end the month of March! With pastel eggs, chocolate rabbits and bright hopes for the future....more
I LOVED this article, and am going to try to talk to my mom about sounds awesome and ...more

Fresh Produce and More!

Recently our Gregory’s Fresh Market Place team had the chance to experience how the work that we do, impacts our “extended” community. At one of the “Independent Living” facilities we serve, there was one proud 95 year old women, with obvious physical challenges, being aided by her son, who was also a senior to our Farmer’s Market....more

Alzheimer's in 2008 (part 1)

Alzheimer’s Disease in Alzheimer’s Facilities: Alzheimer’s is a degenerative disease which progressively assaults the brain and hinders memory capabilities. The acts of thinking and reasoning are also affected by Alzheimer’s disease which is the most common form of dementia. ...more

The Elderly and Falling

Last year an elderly woman while walking, tripped on a small tuft of grass, fell - and broke her hip! Her recovery was painful, debilitating and at times depressing. It also affected her elderly husband who relied heavily on her for day to day activities such as dressing, bathing and managing medications. ...more

What is the difference between a Living Will and Durable Power of Attorney?

A Living Will is a legal document addressing only deathbed considerations; a client unilaterally declares his/her desire that life-prolonging measures be discontinued when there is no hope of ultimate recovery.   On the other hand, people use a Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care to appoint someone to make all healthcare decisions, limited by certain elections regarding deathbed issues. ...more

My loved one has Alzheimer’s/Dementia.

My loved one has Alzheimer’s/Dementia. What is the difference and why do I feel so overwhelmed? Dementia Definition Dementia is defined as the loss of mental processing ability, including communication, abstract thinking, judgment and physical abilities, such that it interferes with daily living. Symptoms include: ...more