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Generations Senior Living Communities are poised to embrace the future, with new team members and a fresh outlook

Generations Senior Living communities are thrilled to announce the addition of several seasoned veterans to its leadership team—a trio of ladies who bring experience and enthusiasm to their new job roles. Maureen Rizzo, LISW-S, LNHA, is the new executive director, and Kristen Kessler LNHA, CDP, the new community relations director at...

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Reimagine a space within your home in time for the holidays by getting started with Guhde Flooring America

For anyone who has “beautifying the home” as a vague intention before the holidays roll around, kindly consider this humble little one-page story your wake-up call to stop putting it off. According to those in the know at Guhde Flooring America, the window for starting a kitchen or bath renovation, or installing new flooring that will be...

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Acclaim Renovations & Design can transform any bathroom, no matter how big or small

When it comes to bathroom transformations, oftentimes big things can be accomplished in tiny spaces. Take, for instance, this master bath makeover, which is a case study in stylish design and devotion to details. Over the past 44 years in the renovation business, Bob Gallese, owner of Acclaim Renovations & Design, has transformed...

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Is a vacation home in your future?

With so many Clevelanders hitting retirement age and thinking about making the most of their senior years, planning where they should live can be complicated. Denise Zervos, who, along with her husband, Mark, heads up The Neighborhood Experts at Platinum Real Estate, prefers to call downsizing, “right-sizing.” In this Mimi Magazine...

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Outpatient joint replacement is now an option at Precision Orthopaedic Specialties

As the pain in Patricia Armfelt’s knees began to worsen over the years, she saw the number of steps each day recorded on her Fitbit dwindle, hitting a low of 2,500 steps. Although she always tried to stay physically active, the discomfort began to affect her daily life, limiting her to only short walks. She was unable to stand for more than...

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