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CARF accreditation

Kendal~Crosslands Communities Receives Industry Recertification

Kendal~Crosslands Communities received several levels of industry recertification awarded by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).  The accreditation by CARF officially recognizes the Life Plan Community also known…

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Dementia Support Group Offers Help

“Through education, we are better preparing caregivers for the future,” said Brittany Camden-Smith, resident services coordinator for residential and assisted living at Kalex and one of two dementia capable care…

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Finding A Perfect Home

Owen Owens When Owen Owens and his wife Irene were looking for a place to retire, they considered options as diverse as moving to Florida, or living in a community…

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Kendal Walks to End Alzheimer's

The Kendal Corporation and affiliates across the system recently participated in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The event, held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, is the…

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When to Think About Moving

As people age, their needs, preferences, interests and lifestyles change. Approaching retirement means having more time for the things you want to do as you stop working or choose to…

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10 Tips for Improving Senior Mental Health

It makes sense to pay as much attention to your mental health as you do your physical health because the two are intertwined. According to the World Health Organization, over…

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What is Memory Care?

Is your loved one starting to experience cognitive impairment symptoms such as memory loss, confusion and disorientation? Whether your family member is living on their own or living at an…

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Smiling Faces Still the Focus at the Borden Center

Residents of the Borden Center have a lot to smile about even in the midst of modified programs and gatherings due to COVID-19 precautionary measures in place. Katie Harlow, Resident…

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Hope and Help for Those Dealing with Dementia and Alzheimer’s

Most people associate grief with physical death. But a loved one developing dementia or Alzheimer’s evokes a similar sense of loss. As journalist and political commentator Candy Crowley so poignantly…

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