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A Continuum of Care

October 25, 2020 | By Ray Spence | Presbyterian SeniorCare

I never knew Bingo was a contact sport until I began calling it two years ago. The residents in assisted living are not just old people. They led fascinating lives and are living history books for those who care enough to listen.

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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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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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