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“The Red Bike”

  April 24th, 2013 the_red_bike_sm

One of my most precious memories when working with an Alzheimer’s resident came from a very hurt son. I had developed a wonderful relationship with a gentleman that I had moved into the Memory Care …

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“Fighting my own battle”

  February 21st, 2013 fighting_my_own_battle_sm

I was warned. Two adult daughters called me on speaker phone to prep me on nearly 90 year old father. “Do you have any suggestions on how we can get him to tour the building? …

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“All is well in the world…”

  December 21st, 2012 all_is_well_in_the_world_sm

I will never in a million years forget a gentleman named Henry. He touched my life in more ways than he will ever know. He asked me if the color of his skin would matter …

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“You Never Asked…”

  October 21st, 2012 you_never_asked_sm

One of my favorite stories I ever heard from a resident that I was helping move into an Independent Living community, didn’t come from the story itself. It came from the conversation after the story …

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