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One thing is certain for all of us, if we are lucky - we will age.  In a society that celebrates 'anti-aging' products and dialogue - elderhood is still considered a state of  'brokenness.'
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Today, we have 5 generations working and living together in long-term care, with our greatest generation (average age 84 -87 years old).  A person who decides to move into a senior housing community will today find themselves surrounded by a new…
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My friend... has been evolving and growing over the past 90 plus years.   We talked about the problem that arises when our 'stuff' is piling up as we shape-shift into new versions of ourselves. 
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“We are evacuating”   This is the text message I received On Thursday, July 26 at 9:54 pm from Candis Willis, the Compass Senior Living Director of Operations for the SW Region.  Sundial Assisted Living, located in Redding California – where 45 residents…
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I work in the Senior Housing Industry. As we deal with the everyday stressors of running our communities, an angry family member, an employee who doesn’t show up to work, a vendor that doesn’t provide a service in a timely manner, we can become reactive…
Always stay humble and kind
Always stay humble and kind
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Crescendo…used as a verb, it means to increase in loudness or intensity. I have never thought to use that word to define my life…until now.
What does your Crescendo look like?
What does your Crescendo look like?
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But ageism is singular, because it’s directed at a group that at one point wasn’t the Other—and at a group that the ageist will one day, if all goes well, join. The ageist thus insults his own future self.
The Ageist – insults our own future selves
The Ageist – insults our own future selves
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If you can learn, you can do anything. The only thing holding you back from doing amazing things is the belief that an aging person can't or those "things are only for young people". You are learning every day--why not put it to use?

I hear over and over “I’m too old for that” or “If you need to learn how to use a smartphone, find a toddler” or “how come these things don’t come with a user manual?” The answer: because if you can learn, you can figure it out. And, you are NEVER TOO OLD…
If you can learn, you can do anything.
If you can learn, you can do anything.
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Many thanks to our founding Father's who had the vision and the insight to design and give birth to the flag.    Happy Birthday Stars and Stripes!
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Try a little Magic Trust  Dust.  Just a sprinkle here and there, and you may be amazed at the miraculous transformation and evolution of not only your team...but of yourself too!
The magic of trusting relationships
The magic of trusting relationships
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