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Our Annual Meeting theme this year is “Be the Difference.” Implied here is being the difference in people’s lives and, more specifically for LeadingAge context, for the lives of the seniors you touch with your care and services.
Detroit, Mich — Residents of Trinity Senior Living Community (TSLC) and The Institute of Music & Dance (IMD), through the Kresge Onstage! Program, developed and conducted the Seniors & Their Stories workshop and exhibit. This multifaceted project brought together senior adults living in the McGivney Bethune Apartments on the campus of Marygrove College, Marygrove College undergraduates in, Associate Professor, Susan Panek’s, Arts and Civic Engagement course and renowned Detroit photographer, Barbara Barefield, who worked with photography students from Renaissance High School.
On Nov. 1, the first Continuing Care Hall
of Fame (CCHoF) induction ceremony was held at the Downtown Harvard Club of
Boston. More than 120 family, friends, and professional colleagues attended the
invitation-only event to honor the late Lloyd W. Lewis, founding Executive
Director, Kendal at Longwood, and Donald L. Moon, founding President, Friends
Life Care at Home, for their lifetime contributions to the CCRC and CCaH
Jewish Home Lifecare, a LeadingAge New York member, has received a $225,000 grant from the Ira W. De Camp Foundation to train its staff in the groundbreaking and radically patient-focused Green House model of eldercare.
A resident at a LeadingAge member community was blessed by the Pope during his visit to New York City earlier this week. Stephanie, who has spina bifida, was overjoyed by this unexpected attention from the Holy See.