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Evelyn | A Positive Outlook – Atria Senior Living Blog

Evelyn | A Positive Outlook

As Luke arrived at her apartment for a visit, Evelyn S. welcomed her grandson’s abundant hugs and...

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Atria Rewards Determination – Atria Senior Living Blog

Atria Honors Determination

It would have been easy for her to quit. Numerous injuries kept Nicole Stevens off the balance beam...

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Our Team

Meet Sam, a True Gentleman - Atria Senior Living Blog

Sam | A True Gentleman

In the 1940s, Sam A. purchased the Chestnut Beer Garden in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, and ran the small...

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Older Adults and Dehydration Risks - Atria Senior Living Blog

Older Adults and Dehydration Risks

For older adults, staying hydrated can be a challenge. According to the United States Department of...

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Caregiver Support

Back to School Tips for “Sandwich Generation Caregivers”

Back to School Tips for “Sandwich Generation Caregivers”

Sending a child to college is bittersweet; pride swells alongside the pain of letting go. There’s...

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Caregiver Support

Doing Away with Labels and Restrictions - Atria Senior Living

Doing Away with Labels and Restrictions

Nearly 42 years ago this year, I accepted a challenge to play in a tennis match known as “The...

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Active Aging

Life Lessons from Atria Senior Living Residents

Wit & Wisdom: Life Lessons from Atria Residents

Atria residents are gold mines of knowledge and wisdom, so who better to turn to for advice? We...

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Meet Vance, Dancer and Atria West 86 Resident

Vance | Lifelong Arts Supporter

As a dancer, Atria West 86 resident Vance R. rubbed elbows (or was it feet?) with some of...

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Women Are at the Center of the Alzheimer’s Crisis - Atria Senior Living Blog

Women Are at the Center of the Alzheimer’s Crisis

Women are disproportionately affected by Alzheimer’s and the reasons remain unclear. According to...

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Dementia & Memory Care, News In Aging