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    Therapy Dog Chloe Lucille: A day in the life of a pretty paws-a-tive puppy

    Chloe is a little overweight. She snores a little loud. And she loves a lot of people.   Read More

  • "We are so thankful we moved to Arbor Oaks"

    “We are so thankful we moved to Arbor Oaks”Jeane McGowen, Arbor Oaks ResidentRight Time for UsMy husband and I became residents of Arbor Oaks six years ago at age 84 and 88. Even though we thought we could continue living in our home, we felt that it was time for us to move to Arbor Oaks. My husband's mother had lived at Crestview from 1979 until her death in 1985, and we were so pleased with the care and love shown to her.   Read More

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    Developing Our Spiritual Health as We Age

    You know you’re getting old when you look through your car steering wheel, rather than over it OR when you can no longer cut your own toenails OR when you and your teeth don't sleep together. In other words … Getting old(er) is not for sissies. We are in a war with aging.   Read More

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    When to Ask for Help

    This isn’t a job for just one personSuccessful caregiving includes not being afraid to reach out and ask for help. Being a caregiver is a challenging role, and trying to shoulder the responsibility by yourself, often proves to be detrimental to both the person you are caring for, and yourself. This isn’t the job for just one person, despite the fact you may think you are “superman or superwoman”!Let your needs be knownToo often caregivers are afraid to burden others and o...  Read More

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    Wellness for Seniors – the “Golden Years”

    Not everyone enjoys exercise but studies do show that seniors who keep physically fit are able to live independently longer, and isn’t that our goal? People who exercise have better balance, and this can help to avoid potentially serious injuries from falling. Furthermore, when you exercise you have more energy so you can do more of the things you enjoy doing, such as spending time with your children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren – who want you around for a long time.The fact is, it’s ...  Read More

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