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Understanding Your Best Friend with Phil Klein, the Dog Listener

Millions of people across the world have discovered that life is richer in the company of a dog.  A dog’s love is unequivocal, its loyalty unwavering and its joy contagious. There is, however, another side to dog ownership, and that is the one that has brought us together to learn from Phil Klein, the Dog …

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Housekeepers Heather and Cynthia

Team Member Spotlight – Housekeeping is Really Home-Making

The power of teamwork is embedded in the Noble culture, and in a recent conversation with Riga housekeepers Cynthia Curran and Heather Fresca, it is clear that teamwork is the secret to Noble’s strength.  Cynthia Curran lives in Pine Plains, NY, and has always loved working with seniors. She had been doing private in-home cleaning …

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Black History Month

Connecticut’s African-American Soldiers – WITH HAMISH LUTRIS

Part 1 of 3 part series February 18: Connecticut’s African-American Soldiers This talk will center on the 29th and 30th Connecticut regiments of African-American soldiers which saw valuable service in the war.  The experience of these men, who served in the war with little more to anticipate from its ending than the chance to create future opportunities for …

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memory care

What Does “Memory Care” Mean?

Memory Care is a program or level of specialized care for people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Dedicated areas of senior living communities provide safe and secure environments where staff can closely monitor the well-being of residents. You’ll also find programs, activities, and events that are designed to help memory care residents …

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Black History Month

Honoring Black History Month with Hamish Lutris – Recordings

Part 1 of 3 part series February 11: Partus Sequitur Ventrum: The History of Slavery in America The practice of slavery in the United States began in 1619, when 20 Africans were sold in Virginia. The economic potential of the New World encouraged the international trade in human beings, and by the 19th Century, the …

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Myths about Senior Living Communities Debunked

There is a tendency to judge groups of people as homogeneous rather a collection of individuals. Seniors, for example, consist of different demographics, pursue different goals, harbor different needs or concerns, and enjoy different hobbies and interests. These generalizations can extend to senior living communities which are as diverse as the people who call them …

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acute care

Post-Acute Care: Why a Holistic Approach Matters

Post acute care takes a holistic approach. In Greek, “Holos” means wholeness. From the Greek root, holism is thus to do with the whole unit rather than as a sum of its individual parts. It follows naturally, then, that holistic care is about caring for the whole human being. When it comes to healthcare, especially rehabilitative …

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