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Head into 2018 by adding these 5 tips to your daily routine to fight against dementia and memory loss. https://hubs.ly/H09l0zg0

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The love and devotion this Vietnam veteran shows to his wife who lives in a senior living community leaves us speechless! Every day he walks from his home, which is miles away, to visit with her. https://hubs.ly/H09l1TL0

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Looking for the perfect gift to give your loved one this holiday season?! Check out this big list of gift ideas for seniors and make this a memorable Christmas for your family. https://hubs.ly/H09l3qk0

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Finding a way to talk to your loved ones about senior care options can be difficult. Download our free eBook to help guide you in starting the conversation. https://hubs.ly/H09l26Z0

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Explore some helpful ways you can properly understand how to continue to love, care, and respect your family member when they exhibit the difficult behaviors of Alzheimer's Disease or other forms of dementia. Read our recent blog post today. https://hubs.ly/H09l3s10

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While baking some of your favorite holiday treats this month, try using some of these sugar substitutes for a healthier holiday season! https://hubs.ly/H09l27j0

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We’re hoping we can twist and dance like Dick Van Dyke can at 90 years old! Watch as he reflects back on his roles in some our worlds best classics! https://hubs.ly/H09l1T30

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We’re a thriving part of life and aging in the greater Greenville area. We would love to meet you and show you around our beautiful community. Schedule a tour today! https://hubs.ly/H09l3pl0

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It can be a stressful topic when bringing up assisted living to your parent or dear loved one. Here are some tips from the experts to help you in this process. https://hubs.ly/H09l3pH0

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Explore some helpful ways you can properly understand how to continue to love, care, and respect your family member when they exhibit the difficult behaviors of Alzheimer's Disease or other forms of dementia. Read our recent blog post today. https://hubs.ly/H09l4qn0
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