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A Friend In Need, Is a Friend Indeed Ada Holley- Why I Volunteer

By Jamie Saunders After retirement, moving to a farm was a dream come true for Robert (Bob) and Georgia (Maisie) Compton. A retired engineer and avid Lionel train collector, Bob loved farm life, including mowing and taking care of the animals. Maisie loved horseback riding and always wanted to have horses at home. A 69-acre … Continue reading A Friend In Need, Is a Friend Indeed Ada Holley- Why I Volunteer

Double Trouble

By Jamie Saunders When people see them coming, they know they mean business. Helen Browdy and Arlene Tauber are affectionately known by their friends as “Double Trouble,” a name they earned in recognition of their fundraising efforts year after year for The Alzheimer’s Association in Atlanta, GA. Helen and Arlene were introduced through friends at … Continue reading Double Trouble

Local Doctor Offers Valuable Opportunity for Help and Intervention with Alzheimer’s Disease

By Jamie Saunders Worldwide, 50 million people are living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Alzheimer’s disease is one of the nation’s most significant public health crises. This makes finding a way to increase research to address this worldwide epidemic paramount. In recent years, with increases in funding from the National Health Institute, great strides have … Continue reading Local Doctor Offers Valuable Opportunity for Help and Intervention with Alzheimer’s Disease

Torn between two lives

By Jamie Saunders Many people in their 20’s are focused on their careers and possibly building families. Most are not thinking that at any minute they could become a caregiver for a parent or grandparent, but it is becoming more and more prevalent in today’s society. According to the AARP, of the 40 million caregivers … Continue reading Torn between two lives

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