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A Resident Founder Shares His Story

Kendal at Oberlin resident Elizabeth Hole heard many wonderful stories when visiting fellow residents who now live in the Stephens Care Center. She decided to record and share some of…

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Kendal Staff Exemplify Kendal Values

Kendal at Oberlin Housekeeping Supervisor Denise Makay was featured in an article in the “Meeting Ground” section of KendalNet in March 2018. KendalNet is the intranet for Kendal staff, and…

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Meet Dianne & John Dunn

Meet the Residents Dianne and John came to Kendal at Hanover after living in Hanover for nine years, then across the river in Norwich, Vermont for over forty years.  John…

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Pamela Klapproth named Kendal on Hudson CEO/ED

March 25, 2020 (Sleepy Hollow, New York) — Howard Smith, Chair of Kendal on Hudson’s Board of Directors, has announced that veteran senior living administrator Pamela B. Klapproth has been…

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Those masks you’re stockpiling? America’s seniors need them.

By Sean Kelly, President and CEO, The Kendal Corporation March 24, 2020—In the few weeks since the novel coronavirus pandemic has shocked the world, senior living communities across the country…

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A Coronavirus Update from Kendal's CEO & President

March 18, 2020—At Kendal the health and well-being of residents, Kendal at Home members and staff are, as always, the highest priorities, every day. In crisis, there are many long-standing…

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Avoid Scams Related to COVID-19

Information to help you avoid scams related to COVID-19

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Jan Bigelow named Kendal at Lexington CEO

Lexington, Virginia (Feb. 24, 2020)— Robert Glidden, Chair of the Board of Directors, has announced that veteran health care administrator Jan E. Bigelow has been selected as Kendal at Lexington’s…

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$50,000 Kendal grant funds home repairs for older Philadelphians

Feb. 7, 2020—Kendal Charitable Funds has awarded a $50,000 Promising Innovations grant to Rebuilding Together Philadelphia (RTP) to fund a two-year initiative to help low-income older adults age in place.…

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