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In 2003, Paul “Sparky” Adams was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and now his wife, Kathy, is losing him to dementia

There’s a reason Paul Adams goes by the nickname, “Sparky.” The former Director of Annual Giving at Baldwin Wallace was a creative force who loved to be around people—and people loved to be around him. In 2003, when Paul’s wife, Kathy, started noticing his tremors and facial masking (inability to smile), the couple decided to get...

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Theresa was an active and loving 54 and Jim was a confident and gregarious 53, until they were diagnosed with Dementia

We worked for the same company, until she got fired for swearing at her boss,” recalls Jeff Fedor. “Her behavior had changed. She told me she wanted a divorce and she was forgetting the simple things. She knew something was wrong, she just didn’t know what.” Theresa Fedor was just 54 when she and her husband, Jeff, found out she had...

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Cardinal Court and Greenfield Estates have introduced Dementia Live to help others understand how people with dementia navigate

This is the ultimate empathy training,” says Holly Soresso, community resource director for Cardinal Court, referencing the newest addition to the JEA Senior Living company’s menu of specialized Alzheimer’s and dementia resources available to the communities serviced by its Cardinal Court (Strongsville area) and Greenfield Estates (Copley...

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For anyone affected by Alzheimer’s or dementia, Cardinal Court and Greenfield Estates offer support, encouragement and someone to lean on

Guidance, listening, relating from experience. These resources, along with many others, are offered as support services to the communities Cardinal Court (Strongsville area) and Greenfield Estates (Copley area) serve. Cardinal Court and Greenfield Estates are area leaders in helping people with Alzheimer’s and dementia and their families...

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As part of the Meaningful Moments program at Cardinal Court and Greenfield Estates, residents have the opportunity to revisit their personal holiday traditions

Maybe your life is full. Really full. Between the kids, the spouse, the job and the house, keeping track of what your aging parent is doing on a day-to-day basis might not be part of the program. Or maybe you only see Mom or Dad during the holidays, when it’s easy for her or him to smile, nod and blend in at parties and family gatherings...

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