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VNA and Private Care: Choosing the Home Care that’s Right

VNA and Private Care: Choosing the Home Care that’s Right

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Seeking home care can be an overwhelming experience for those who are unaware of the types of care available or their eligibility for that care. Many people who may qualify for home care for themselves or someone they know may….

Beaumont at Westborough: The History of SALMON’s Tapestry Program

Beaumont at Westborough: The History of SALMON’s Tapestry Program

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SALMON Health and Retirement’s Tapestry Program is grounded in the philosophy that each person living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia is unique, rich in life experiences, and entitled to friendships, feelings of well-being and opportunities to participate in life as….

How to Stay Active after Retirement

How to Stay Active after Retirement

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Retirement age varies from person to person, but the U.S. Census Bureau estimates the average for American men and women is 63. There are many factors determining when a person can retire and what their health and lifestyle will be….

5 Warning Signs that Memory Care may be Needed

5 Warning Signs that Memory Care may be Needed

Posted by Diane Tonelli OTR/L, MHA CDP Clinical Director of Tapestry on | No Comments

There are many common signs and health considerations associated with aging, but everyone experiences the process at a different pace. Some seniors can live relatively healthy and independent lives with minimal outside support into their 80s, while others may require….

Recognizing the Signs of Stroke

Recognizing the Signs of Stroke

Posted by Debbie Freedman, RN, BSN, MS on | No Comments

Recognizing the Signs of Stroke A stroke is always an emergency situation. Though only one in five stroke victims die from a stroke, most survivors have long-lasting physical and mental effects, so immediate medical attention is crucial. Unfortunately, it’s often….

Employee Spotlight: Andrew Salmon, Director of Network Development

Employee Spotlight: Andrew Salmon, Director of Network Development

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Andrew Salmon, a third-generation member of the Salmon family, was introduced to the family business serving older adults at an early age. Working as a transporter for residents, then later in the maintenance and dietary departments, Andrew experienced the importance….

6 Common Misconceptions About Assisted Living

6 Common Misconceptions About Assisted Living

Posted by Virginia Lehr, Community Sales Director, Whitney Place at Natick on | No Comments

  For most people, remaining as healthy and independent as possible for as long as possible is the #1 goal of aging. Although the ideal image that typically comes to mind is of golden years spent in a family home….

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