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Ken Kremer: History of My Polio – 1945

My whole life changed on July 4, 1945. I was 10 years, 2 months and 5 days old. That morning I sat on a board over the tractor hitch that Uncle Paul had made for me to ride, on Grandpa August Kremer’s “1940 John Deere B”. Whenever Dad or Uncle Paul would cover some corn, […]

My Story

Celebrating many years of love between our married residents

Celebrating many years of love between our married residents Many of our residents have come to live in our care community after years of marriage. Together, couples have lived rich, full lives. They have raised children, played with grandchildren, worked in careers, and kept houses in order. Now, in the sunset years of their lives, […]

Active Aging

150 Quotes that will make you smile

150 Quotes that will make you smile. Enjoy! Be somebody who makes everybody feel like a somebody. Be the reason someone smiles today. A smile is a curve that sets everything straight. Dreaming, after all, is a form of planning. – Gloria Steinem Throw kindness around like confetti. All people smile in the same language. […]

Health & Wellness, Learning & Tips

Tips on Elderly Nutrition/Super Foods

It’s no secret that we are all supposed to have a healthy, well-balanced diet. This means we should all be consuming a variety of fruits, vegetables, proteins and whole grains. Easier said than done, right? Of course we know what we should be eating the question is are we doing it. We all know that […]

Health & Wellness, Learning & Tips

Fun activities for when the grandkids visit

Being a grandparent is one of the greatest things in the world. Grandchildren look up to you and want to spend quality time with you. But sometimes it can be hard to come up with activities for you both to do together, especially something that builds a relationship while you have fun. We have some […]

Active Aging, Health & Wellness

Preparing for your stay – what to bring

Preparing for your stay What to bring to short-term inpatient rehabilitation You may be feeling a little anxious about your upcoming inpatient rehabilitation. While rehabilitation can cause some stress, you should be rest assured your stay will be quicker than you imagine! You may feel better if you prepare for your stay. One important thing […]

Caregiving, Learning & Tips

Aging or Dementia?

I have less than surprising news- we’re all getting older. It’s not a myth, it’s the sad truth that we aren’t ever fully prepared for. A lot of things change as time goes by and we get older. Unfortunately our minds are one of those things. With old age comes the loss of memory, and […]

Health & Wellness

Best apps for caregivers

With the advancement of technology, there are many tools conveniently found right in our pockets. The influx of apps on our mobile devices has given us many choices that allow our lives to become a little easier and more organized. From apps to monitor health and wellness, to educational tools, even communication between family and […]

Caregiving, Learning & Tips