Dorothy Freudenberg is a photographer who has stretched the boundaries of traditional photography and embraced the new digital technologies, producing works that are in a sense, multi-media. By combining photography with the capabilities of a digital darkroom and working in programs.
Freelance writer Susan Stafford provided two feature articles published in The Bulletin’s Ageless Magazine. Three of our caregivers shared their experiences providing hospice care to the Fetrow family. Kristi Hammond, RN, Coleen Pidgeon, LCSW, and Jody Cade, CNA, worked with the Fetrows to care for their mother, Marilou, at the end of her life. The article shares.
“When photographing, whatever the subject, I look for what appeals to me… that usually has color, interesting lines, and shapes. It is usually more of one aspect than the others… if I am lucky, it will be all those things at once. I use a single lens reflex camera because it is the most.
Eating healthy is important at every age. Cascade Culinary Institute’s Chef Julian Darwin will demonstrate techniques for seniors on preparing nutritious meals. Dietician Shelly Schwartz, RD, will discuss the nutritional content of foods and eating healthier when living with heart disease, diabetes and other chronic conditions. Afterwards we'll eat lunch from the food prepared in.
Community Education Series: Family Dynamics in Crisis Situations
You're invited to January's Community Education Series. This month's presentation is about Family Dynamics in Crisis Situations.
Learn more about attachment (Circle of Security) and what families may need during challenging times (Circle of Trust).
Presented by Monica.
Community Education Series: Support for Veterans: Aid and Attendance and other VA Benefits
You're invited to February's Community Education Series. This month's presentation will be about Support for Veterans: Aid and Attendance and other VA Benefits.
Learn more about non-service connected pension with aid and attendance benefits to help pay for a care provider, assisted living, or.
Join us next for a no cost film screening and panel discussion of "Go In Peace," a film about veterans and the caregivers that impact their lives.
This is a 60-minute documentary about the role of caregivers in healing the soul wounds of veterans with PTSD, or Post Terror Soul Distress, as it is renamed by.