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Does your kitchen work for everyone in your household?

Unlike much of the world, we in the USA have grown up in households with one or two generations at most (adults, or adults and their children).   1,158 more words


Thrilled to be working with Stanford Health Care's Department of Rehabilitation!

August 12, 2016.

Thrilled to be working with Stanford Health Care’s Department of Rehabilitation!


Helpful Fire Safety Tips for Aging in Place!

On Friday, August 19th, Assistant Fire Marshall and Captain Joe Mullens from the Rockingham County Fire Department will engage us in learning about Fire Safety Resources… 238 more words

Harrisonburg Seniors

Suffering From Arthritis: Five Objects To Make Your Life Easier

Today’s guest post was written and submitted by Andy Caton of Patient Handling.

Arthritis is one of the most common diseases of the bones and joints around the world, specifically in women. 589 more words


Casual Uncluttering at GSC

Professional Organizer Lauren Williams will do a traveling demonstration of a typical organizing session, while humorously discussing what to do with those confusing items everyone has laying around. 34 more words

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My Shadow and Me

‘I’m afraid your father isn’t a fit for the program,’ says the coordinator.

Recently I’ve had doubts about whether Dad would be happier in a place with more people his age to interact with, rather than living at home with just his caregivers, pets and regular visitors like Mum and me. 701 more words