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Health & Aging

Spring Cleaning Tips for Seniors

By: Emily Shoemake
April 23rd, 2018

Spring brings the promise of warmer weather, outdoor activities, chirping birds, and longer days, but with it also comes the chores you’ve been putting off all winter. Whether it’s giving your car a deep clean or reorganizing your “junk drawer,” spring is the best time to dive into your long awaited cleaning projects and get your home feeling fresh and new. In this blog we have compiled some helpful spring cleaning tips for seniors.

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Reflections & Leadership

Reflections on Leadership: Relationships

By: Steve Proctor
April 12th, 2018

My favorite story of the discovery of the complexity of relationships comes from an experience I had with my grandson, Ben when he was 5 years old.  After spending the morning fishing together at a local farm pond he asked if we could stop at the Dairy Queen for ice cream on the way home. Being a typical over indulgent grandparent, I decided it was a great idea, even though it was less than an hour before lunch.

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How Two Communities Improved Resident Satisfaction Through Dining

By: Stephen Juliano
April 5th, 2018

Resident satisfaction is an important goal at every one of Presbyterian Senior Living’s communities. As part of our mission, we strive to provide "compassionate, vibrant and supportive communities and services to promote wholeness of body, mind and spirit." An aspect of resident satisfaction that some people may not consider right away is the dining experience. A great dining experience significantly strengthens resident satisfaction. That’s why not one, but TWO PSL communities have been working to enhance the dining experience to benefit the people they serve.

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Communities Moving Towards Environmental Sustainability

By: Emily Shoemake
March 29th, 2018

Here at Presbyterian Senior Living, we believe in being stewards to the environment, as everything that we need for our survival and well-being depends, either directly or indirectly, on our natural environment. 

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How You Can Fight Senior Loneliness

By: Stephen Juliano
March 22nd, 2018

Loneliness is not something people often think about, but it is unfortunately common among older adults. In 2014, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that 11 million, or 34 percent, of people aged 65 or older lived alone. Loneliness is a risk factors in seniors that may cause illness, depression or even death, particularly in the winter months. Although loneliness is a serious concern, there are several easy ways to prevent your senior from feeling lonely. By combining as many of the following steps as possible, you will have the best chance of fending off loneliness for your senior loved one.

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Reflections & Leadership

Reflections on Leadership: Integrity in Leadership

By: Steve Proctor
March 15th, 2018

Integrity is the cornerstone of all human relationships. Integrity is also the central ingredient in trust, honesty, credibility, self-control, courage, and a host of other virtues that we ascribe to great leaders. The absence of integrity is a fatal leadership weakness. But if integrity is such an essential element in human relationships and the behavior and attitudes of leaders, why does it seem to be lacking in so many situations in modern life?

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