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Starting the Conversation: How to Talk About Adding Support 

June 2022  We understand starting the conversation about adding support may be intimidating, but we want you to know you are not alone. Remember that you have an army of supporters and people like us who are available to assist you on your journey. Don’t get us wrong, it will not be easy. You may […]

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Signs That It's Time

May 2022  Have you found yourself wondering if your parents are safe living at home? It may be time to consider additional support. Are they able to keep up with the house? Or are you concerned about a change in their weight or appearance? Have they lost interest in things they once enjoyed? These are […]

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Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me

Country music legend, Glen Campbell was known for such hits as “Wichita Lineman” and “Rhinestone Cowboy” as well as a variety show and movie appearances. In his final years, Campbell struggled with something that our residents and family members know well: Alzheimer’s disease. After decades of performing on stage, for TV, movies and recording albums, […]

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Special Screenings of Edith + Eddie

As a senior or child of a senior, understanding the complexities surrounding the aging process can be overwhelming. Seniors have more options than ever related to living arrangements, medical support, and care preferences. Navigating those issues can be daunting but are increasingly necessary. Commonwealth Senior Living invites you to participate in a special conversation about […]

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Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease

Last week, our Regional Director of Programs, Paula Harder gave a presentation to the congregation at First United Methodist Church in Richlands about the signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. Jim Talbert of the Richlands News-Press attended the presentation and wrote a nice article about his experience. “Everybody’s experience is different was the message Paula […]

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