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Time to Connect–Seabury Resources for Aging

Time to Connect–Seabury Resources for Aging

By Christy Brudin Whether you are forging a friendship or building a business, creating strong bonds is hard work. In a world filled with quick solutions and easy fixes, the act of building relationships still requires perseverance. Connecting takes time. Seabury Resources for Aging has been taking the time to connect with older adults in the greater Washington, D.C. area for nearly 90 years. The private, nonprofit organization focuses on providing personalized, affordable services and housing options to help older […]

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Help with Daily Money Management–InfoDoc, Inc.

It all started with a phone call. Ivor and Jean Jones had been living in an assisted living community in Baltimore, Md., for several years when one of their sons, Dr. Bruce Jones, received an[...]

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Feeling in Control of her Life: Blind Elder has Groceries Brought to Her

At age 78, and nearly blind, Mrs. Mary Lee Kraft is a resourceful, fiercely independent woman with a love for jazz. A widow since 1984, Mrs. Kraft has spent many hours making life better for County[...]

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Just Like the Help of a Family: Elder Care Company Assists with Errands

Marge is a long-time resident of Northern Virginia. Her career began as a journalist writing for Virginia Teacher's monthly magazine over 70 years ago and continued into the early years of her[...]

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A Special Delivery: Errands for the Elderly

In the midst of busy schedules and unforeseen circumstances, it can become challenging to accomplish essential everyday tasks. Fortunately, there is a growing array of services that can meet various[...]

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Grateful for Extra Help

Grateful for Extra Help
When Bill Tayler's combat engineer battalion joined the war in Western Europe in 1944, he learned just how well his hometown had prepared him for the winter weather conditions. "Thankfully I was[...]

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Staying Surrounded by Their Family and Belongings

Staying Surrounded by Their Family and Belongings
For WWII Veterans Claire and Charlie Zampino, serving their country with honor was always the right thing to. Today, however, they are the ones being served in a different way with Right at Home, a[...]

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Declaring Her Independence

Declaring Her Independence
Dorothy Deutsch, like other parents, knows what the full-time task of raising children entails. "It is plenty of work," she said. "You really need all kinds of skills taking care of a child and your[...]

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Community Retirement: The Neighborhood You Dream About

The Village Movement is prompting communities to think about creative solutions for aging in place. Imagine you are living in a community where you know your neighbors. Imagine that your patio needs[...]

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