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How cute are these rice crispy bears? We had a lot of fun making them and an even better time eating them!
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We are hiring Resident Assistants!

This position is located on our beautiful, family like campus. We are proud to be a caring community for our residents as well as our employee family.

We offer competitive wages starting at $13.00-$14.00 with no experience required and no CNA certification required. Apply Today! http://bit.ly/2ov9wwZ
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On Saturday we took the residents from my cottage to an art exhibit at Parkside gallery which is at The Mayo Clinic Charter House. 8 of our residents were asked to share stories from their childhood that would be shared with the artists (12-16y.o.) about things kids today wouldn't know much about/remember. The theme was Dear Future Self. It was an intergenerational art exhibit. The middle photo is of Gen next to the piece painted about her memory. She told a story about the old fashioned radio she used to have in her living room.
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We are busy making Banana Bread! Yum!
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Busy making M&M Cookies!
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Memory loss that disrupts daily life may be a symptom of Alzheimer's or another dementia. Alzheimer's is a brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills. There are 10 warning signs and symptoms.
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Dementia can cause seniors to withdraw from activities, family and friends. But maintaining those relationships and interests reduces the effects of severe cognitive impairment, leading to a better quality of life.
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