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The Conservatory at Plano on Independent Living Communities – LIVING WELL Magazine

What Do You Lose By Not Moving To An Independent Living Community?

More Than You Think!

Anthony J. Mullen, Certified Public Accountant (CPA), The Conservatory at Plano, Collin LIVING WELL Magazine (formerly SENIOR Magazine)

Yes, the American dream is to own your own home, but when we get to be around 70 years old, the American dream starts to fail us. It simply starts to take too much time, energy and worry to maintain the house, driveway, sidewalk and the grounds. […]

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Summit Home Health Care on Transition Nurses Making Patient Discharge Easier – LIVING WELL Magazine

A Transition Nurse Makes Patient Discharge Easier

Janet Perreault, Summit Home Health Care, Colorado Springs LIVING WELL Magazine

Although hospitalization is difficult, the discharge to home can prove at least as much, if not more, of a challenge. Patients go from having a nurse just a call-light away, to having to manage their own needs with much less assistance. […]

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Dannel Funeral Home on Funerals as Celebrations – LIVING WELL Magazine

Funerals as Celebrations

Courtesy Dannel Funeral Home, Texoma LIVING WELL Magazine

There are those for whom the comforts of traditional funeral arrangements bring a welcome sense of order and peace. Others imagine a more joyful, less somber occasion. There is a growing trend for personalized services that reflect what was unique, and beloved, about the deceased – funerals that help people remember and laugh, as well as remember and cry.
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The Palisades at Broadmoor Park on Genealogy 101 – LIVING WELL Magazine

Genealogy 101

The Palisades At Broadmoor Park, Colorado Springs LIVING WELL Magazine

Have you ever wondered how that distant relative made it all the way to Colorado after emigrating from Europe? What brought them out West? Was it gold? How about if you are related to Navy Cadet Joseph Mason Reeves, the man who invented the football helmet in 1893 – Reeves is a poplar last name after all? […]