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Support and guidance to help you navigate the challenges facing an aging loved one

You’ve decided to have Mom move in with you, only to discover her dementia is way more serious than you’d realized. She roams your two-story house at night, calls out repeatedly, and panics because she doesn’t know where she is. You’re stressed, the rest of the family is stressed, and Mom is in danger of falling—or worse. The need...

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Find out why more people are choosing The Village of St. Edward for independent and assisted living

Founded in 1964, The Village of St. Edward campus in Fairlawn has evolved over the years to include extensive facilities for independent living, as well as a myriad of options for supported and assisted living, including a rehabilitation and nursing center for round-the-clock care and memory care units. “Our faith-based, not-for-profit...

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The Village of St. Edward embraces aging as a joyful experience

Since opening last March, The Village of St. Edward in Wadsworth has earned a reputation for living up to its passion of providing seniors a home-like haven for joyful aging. Tucked back on rolling green space in a neighborhood setting, the faith-based, not-for-profit facility caters to the physical, spiritual and social needs of its residents...

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Communicating business updates

The current Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted nearly every business in one capacity or another. Some have been asked to work remotely, others have been forced to shut down temporarily, and some have been forced to alter their business practices and procedures in order to remain open and serve the public. The one thing virtually every business...

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A Final Thought: Ten Things I Love

Priorities can change. A few weeks ago when we were all asked to use paper straws, people lost their minds at the magnitude of the sacrifice. Now we’re being asked to stay home, shutter our businesses, forgo paychecks, lay off our cherished employees, avoid our loved ones, and decimate the economy. And we’re doing it. Say what you...

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