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Senior Strategies

Artist and Resident, Eleanor Rowland Nobile, Displays Her Work

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During the month of February, The Wesley Art gallery is featuring Wesley Health Care resident, Eleanor Rowlan Nobile. Eleanor has been creating paintings for more than seventy years.

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How to Bounce Back From a Health Crisis

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After a major injury or illness, your own participation and perspective can make the difference between moving past a health crisis and letting it define the rest of your life.

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How to Help Your Older Loved One Feel Less Lonely

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Here’s an all-too-common scenario: An older adult in your life is becoming increasingly isolated, and you worry that he or she is lonely, but you’re not sure what to do. It’s not the easiest subject to bring up, especially when family members or loved ones don’t want to admit they’re feeling alone.

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Using Business Principles to Downsize a Home

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The dictionary definition makes it seem easy:  Down·size  (doun′sīz′) (v.) To reduce in number or size. To simplify (one’s life, for instance), as by reducing the number of one’s possessions. To become smaller in size by reductions in personnel or assets.

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4 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

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When the sun wakes up late and slips away before the workday ends, when many a day is dark and gray, when it’s Groundhog Day...

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Turkey With a Twist: Rethinking Thanksgiving

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The Wesley Community 30 Year Club

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Thank you to this group of employees who have served with dedication and compassion for more than
30 years at The Wesley Community...

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The Best Diet You've Never Heard Of

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When most of us hear “diet,” we think of a four-letter word meaning something we must suffer through — a short-term means to a desired outcome.
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Making Art Has a Profound Effect on Vulnerable Older Adults

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If social inclusion is an important factor in promoting optimum wellness in older adults, what happens when you add arts to the equation?

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Are You Getting Enough Protein? Too Much?

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If you’re like me, you often find yourself confused by how many health headlines contradict one another. Lately, I’ve found this to be true where protein is concerned...

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