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Tuesday, January 26, 2021

A seat at the table

By Marianne Delorey, Ph.D., Executive Director, Colony Retirement Homes “Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense.”  Gertrude Stein   There is...
Marianne Delorey,

For the love of food

By Marianne Delorey, Ph.D., Executive Director, Colony Retirement Homes “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” ― Virginia Woolf The US...
Mike Festa of AARP

Giving thanks for family caregivers

By Mike Festa, State Director, AARP Massachusetts As we head into the Thanksgiving holiday, let’s also remember that November is National Family Caregivers Month –...
Marianne Delorey of Colony Retirement Homes

Creative engagement

By Marianne Delorey, Ph.D., Executive Director, Colony Retirement Homes   “There are two ways of spreading light – to be the candle or the mirror that...

After the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease: So what now!!

By Micha Shalev, Co-owner of The Oasis at Dodge Park, Dodge Park Rest Home and The Adult Day Club at Dodge Park “Are you kidding...
Marianne Delorey of Colony Retirement Homes

Why worry?

  By Marianne Delorey, Ph.D., Executive Director, Colony Retirement Homes “When I look back on all these worries, I remember the story of the old man...
Marianne Delorey of Colony Retirement Homes

I have been an imposter

By Marianne Delorey, Ph.D., Executive Director, Colony Retirement Homes   For years now, I’ve been writing about aging, but I was in my 40s.  I know...

Safety monitoring of a loved one diagnosed with dementia

By Micha Shalev, Co-owner of The Oasis at Dodge Park We get news every day of remarkable developments in the tech world that claim to...

June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month

  Submitted by the Alzheimer’s Association, Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month and the Alzheimer’s Association® needs you to help raise awareness...

‘Mom, do you know my name?’

By Janice Elizabeth Berte It all started out so innocently when I visited my mother years ago, and I would notice that asking her basic...