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Myrna Filion
on Tue, February 02, 2016
When Myrna Filion paints a portrait of the person she was five years ago — the kind she paints with her words — the picture is bleak. Lots of gray. None of the...
John Mayhew
on Wed, January 20, 2016
Residents of Via Christi Village on Georgetown adorn the picture windows of their apartments with various treasures – photos, sports team memorabilia, seasonal...
on Mon, November 30, 2015
For many Catholic Care Center residents, like Pauline Draut, reaching out to help others in the community is “one of the things that makes life worth living...
Holiday hearing loss
on Mon, November 23, 2015
People who have a hard time hearing can feel left out of the holiday cheer. “With the older population, they often hate the holidays,” says Susie Ternes, a...
on Wed, November 18, 2015
As our loved ones age, many of them will undergo a number of physical and mental changes that can make it more difficult or less enjoyable to eat. Brain damage...
on Mon, October 05, 2015
The Catholic Care Center has, for the third year in a row, received certification from the Alzheimer's Foundation of America. The facility's Memory Care unit...
on Tue, August 25, 2015
While serving as on the advisory board for Wichita State University’s biomedical engineering department, Chris Deck, chief operating officer and therapy...
on Fri, July 24, 2015
The arrangement was a symbiotic one. Bill Wentz had a car. His buddy had tickets to the NBC World Series, but no transportation to get there.  And they both...
on Wed, June 17, 2015
If you feel like you can’t do much exercise because you are limited in your mobility or you think that exercise has to be strenuous and difficult, this video...
on Thu, February 26, 2015
A recent study found that older Americans are falling more often, although researchers are not sure why. The study looked at adults age 65 and older who self-...

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