Category Archives: CEO’s Blog

Unity

When we look up the word “unity,” one of the definitions given for this word is “a condition of harmony.” It’s an interesting definition in today’s world where disharmony appears…

Shades of Gray

For the last few years, perhaps longer, we seem to be living in a world in which everything is black and white, there are no shades of gray. In families,…

95% paradise

We must understand that this fight is for both our homeland and our very survival – we must support Israel with more than just wordsRead More

Prioritizing Priorities

The world of long term care services is clearly under the microscope right now.  There are actions taking place in our government to dictate the amount of nursing staffing that…

Let My People Go

In just a few days we will be joining in the Passover Seder and telling the story of our ancestors leaving Egypt. We’ll focus on the theme of “let my…

Being Present

Maybe you know the quote that “90% of life is showing up.”  It’s a sentiment that rings true on so many levels and in so many ways.  And nowhere is…

Rethinking

For many of us who work with older adults, ageism is—like it or not—a fact of life.  We see it play out daily in the way that society minimizes our…

Stepping Up

How often do we see a situation in which we could make a difference . . . and we don’t? We are reluctant to intervene, we don’t want to create…

Thinking Beyond

For those of us who work with older adults, and for those of us who have older adults we care for in our lives, the conversation about “what comes next”…

Restoring Normalcy

We are quickly approaching the four-year anniversary of the COVID shutdown of much of the world and the lockdown of older adults living in residential settings.  Those of us who…

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