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Crossroads Health offers services to help hurting families heal

It takes a village to raise a child.” In Lake County, that mentality plays a key role in the Parenting with Love and Limits program provided by Crossroads Health. In its second year of operation, the international evidence-based effort includes parent education, group and family therapy and individual coaching. It’s currently the only one...

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Stella’s Art Gallery is a working gallery where art is created, displayed, demonstrated, taught, and, above all, fostered

Pablo Picasso once famously quipped, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” For Carol Pitts and Dani Klein—the indomitable mother-daughter duo who own Stella’s Art Gallery in downtown Willoughby—growing up has never been a priority. As artists themselves, their passion lies in...

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Free review with HealthMarkets insurance agent Kathy Carvin

Many people choose to DIY portions of their life in an effort to avoid having to pay for services. That makes sense for things like simple home repairs and lawn maintenance. When it comes to securing healthcare coverage, a lot of people also opt to do the research online, weed through the options and then choose the coverage they think will do...

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Live Well Willoughby will get you moving on Saturday, August 15 at Wes Point Park

When you have your health, you have everything. When you do not have your health, nothing else matters at all.” —Augusten Burroughs All great movements begin with a bright idea…followed by a mountain of effort and intense collaboration. Live Well Willoughby is no different. In its third year, the community health and...

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The team at Symphony at Mentor is dedicated to senior care done right

As the new executive director at Symphony at Mentor, Terry Hornikel considers herself lucky to be at the helm of the only dedicated dementia and memory care community in Lake County. Terry began her new position in mid-June, continuing her more than 35-year career in the assisted living/memory care industry. “I’ve always had a passion for...

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