Presbyterian SeniorCare Stories

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If Only for a Moment

June 10, 2019 | By Janice Citeroni | Presbyterian SeniorCare

Midge watches cows being milked on a dairy farm.

Donna paints watercolor masterpieces with just one touch.

Frank belts out tunes on the karaoke machine.

All call the Woodside Neighborhood, a dementia-specific personal care community at the Presbyterian SeniorCare Network Washington campus, home.

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Music for Mom

April 12, 2019 | By Emily Fox | Presbyterian SeniorCare

Music holds a special place in the heart and mind that time can’t erase, even when almost everything else is gone.

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Presbyterian SeniorCare Stories

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Transitioning Through the Continuum of Compassion

January 24, 2018 | By Presbyterian SeniorCare Network | Presbyterian SeniorCare

When Tressa Roupe moved to Bellmead Apartments in 1996, she could not have known that she would live the last 21 years of her life in a series of Presbyterian SeniorCare Network communities.

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