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When Is It Time To Move?

A Senior Living Guide to Understanding the Signs of Aging in Today’s Society When is it time to move? It’s a...
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EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH November 2023

Eugene Russell, Traditions' November Employee of the Month. Eugene is a dedicated and hardworking member of the culinary services department...
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Quincy Place Senior Living November Resident of the Month

Meet Lois "Loie" VanDis, Traditions' November Resident of the Month! Loie was born and raised in the beautiful city of...
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Subject Line: How To Avoid Email Scams. Important Information for Seniors!

Email attacks are more than commonplace these days; they are an unfortunate way of life for those who use email...
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Important Paperwork To Consider As You Transition To Senior Living

Guest Blogger: Ann K.T. Warner, Warner Law Firm, LLC Deciding to move to a senior care facility is a big decision....
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Seniors and Seasonal Affective Disorder

Guest Blogger Stephanie Stoll, Community Relations Director, Traditions at Camargo. What is Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)? Many people go through short...
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Grove City Senior Living October Resident of the Month 

Meet Diana Keeney Meet Diane Keeney, Traditions’ October Resident of the Month! Diane was born in Cleveland, but grew up...
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EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH October 2023

Meet Joe Sizemore, Traditions’ October Employee of the Month! Joe was born and raised in Nashville, Indiana, which is known...
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Safely Celebrate Spooky Season Around Loved Ones With Dementia

Autumn is a season of change. Among the ever-changing colors of the leaves, cooler temperatures, and endless pumpkin spice-flavored treats...
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Continuing the Conversation Across Generations 

Bridging the Generational Gap Guest Contributor Jill Huynh, Licensed Social Worker and Parent Coach for over 20 years We know...
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A Positive Approach to Memory Care

Memory Care Approaches Memory care may be a critical part of maintaining a high quality of life for many seniors....
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Curveball The Year I Lost My Grip: Book Review

Guest Blogger: Owen, a 13-year-old who loves playing shortstop. Alzheimer's disease and other progressive neurodegenerative diseases that impair cognitive ability...
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