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Subject Line: How To Avoid Email Scams. Important Information for Seniors! 

Email attacks are more than commonplace these days; they are an unfortunate way of life for those who use email...
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Important Paperwork To Consider As You Transition To Senior Living 

Guest Blogger: Ann K.T. Warner, Warner Law Firm, LLC Deciding to move to a senior care facility is a big decision....
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Seniors and Seasonal Affective Disorder

Guest Blogger Stephanie Stoll, Community Relations Director, Traditions at Camargo. What is Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)? Many people go through short periods...
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Safely Celebrate Spooky Season Around Loved Ones With Dementia 

Autumn is a season of change. Among the ever-changing colors of the leaves, cooler temperatures, and endless pumpkin spice-flavored treats...
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Continuing the Conversation Across Generations

Guest Contributor Jill Huynh, Licensed Social Worker and Parent Coach for over 20 years We know that tweens and teens are not...
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A Positive Approach to Memory Care

Memory care may be a critical part of maintaining a high quality of life for many seniors. In fact, the Centers...
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Curveball The Year I Lost My Grip: Book Review

Guest Blogger: Owen, a 13-year-old who loves playing shortstop. Alzheimer's disease and other progressive neurodegenerative diseases that impair cognitive ability...
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How to Choose the Right Community for You or Your Loved One

Choosing the right senior living community to call home is an important and emotional decision. At Traditions, we understand the...
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Our Commitment

Every family has traditions, let us be a part of yours We believe that some traditions are made to be...
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Traditions at North Willow in Indianapolis, Indiana, is using her voice to help fight Alzheimer’s

How Music Helps with Alzheimer's Disease Mary Evans, Program Director at Traditions at North Willow in Indianapolis, Indiana, is using her...
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