Connerton Court, cure Land O’ Lakes, cialis Florida’s newest senior living community, shop is currently under construction and scheduled to open in the Summer of 2012. Connerton Court is located at 21021 Betel Palm Lane, Land O Lakes FL (behind the Walgreens on Highway 41).
Nestled among more than one hundred spectacular lakes, Land O’ Lakes holds true to its name. Connerton Court provides a perfect blend of leisurely, country living with all the conveniences and necessities found in a larger metropolitan area.
With a total of 72 apartments, Connerton Court is an ideal community for seniors who desire a relaxing lifestyle. Our residents will have easy access to large medical complexes, including the Veterans Administration Hospital and the medical school at the University of South Florida.
Connerton Court is managed by Grace Management, Inc. Established in 1984, Grace Management, Inc. attributes its success to a people oriented philosophy and firm belief in the power of relationships. Each community is structured to promote the individuality and respect vital for resident satisfaction.
The quality of life our residents enjoy is at the core of our mission. Research shows that activity, both physical and mental, can improve the overall quality of life. Aging Gracefully is not a “program,” but rather the embodiment of an attitude about the quality of life we provide our residents. It is the platform upon which family members and staff alike participate to present those attributes that will allow the residents to rediscover the joy available in life.
Check us out on the web at www.connertoncourtalf.com. For any additional information about Connerton Court, please call Leigh Dingle, Executive Director at (813) 996-9919.
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Charlotte – The symptoms of arthritis, or inflamation of the joints, can range from discomfort to real debilitation. Arthritis can strike seniors especially hard. Is it possible to prevent arthritis in yourself or an older loved one? Can exercise help? What kinds of new treatments are available?
Get answers at a free workshop from The Ivey, the adult day care center in SouthPark. The non-profit will host “Arthritis and Seniors: The Latest News on Prevention and Treatments,” on Tuesday, April 10 from 2 to 4 pm, repeated from 6 to 8 pm, at The Ivey, 6030 Park South Drive in Charlotte. Admission is free but pre-registration is requested. To pre-register, call The Ivey at 704/909-2070.
Respite care for your loved one is available during the presentation with advance notice. Call The Ivey to arrange at 704/909-2070.
The presenter is Dr. Charles Seehorn with Arthritis & Osteoporosis Consultants of the Carolinas. He will also discuss osteoporosis causes and treatments. Seehorn treats all types of rheumatologic illnesses, including rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus, osteoarthritis, and osteoporosis.
About The Ivey
The Ivey® is a not-for-profit adult day care center that provides daytime services for people living with Alzheimer’s and other types of memory loss, social isolation, or physical frailty due to stroke, Parkinson’s, and similar illnesses. The Ivey offers socialization, engaging activities, meals from a Johnson & Wales-trained chef, and healthcare monitoring from an on-site registered nurse. The Ivey’s services allow caregivers to hold jobs, continue friendships, and refresh from the responsibilities of providing constant care. For more information, visit www.theivey.com .
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Charlotte – Before the banks, buy cialis Charlotte had textiles. And companies couldn’t move textiles without rail.
April marks the 100th anniversary of The Piedmont & Northern Railroad. Cousin to the streetcar, this electric, interurban railroad connected Charlotte with textile towns in North Carolina and the South Carolina upcountry. The P&N, which began as a project of James Buchanan Duke and the company now known as Duke Energy, was essential for developing business and bringing wealth to the region. Today, plans are afoot to revive part of the line running west from Panthers Stadium with the much-loved vintage Charlotte Trolley.
Learn more about this fascinating part of Charlotte’s history at a free program. “Mr. Duke’s Railway: The Piedmont & Northern” takes place on Sunday, April 1, 3 pm, at Levine Museum of the New South, 200 East 7th Street in Charlotte. The speaker is Bill Jeffers, researcher for the Charlotte Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission. Reservations are required. Call 704/-714-4445 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve.
“Mr. Duke’s Railway: The Piedmont & Northern” is part of the Explore History! series sponsored by The Duke Mansion and Levine Museum of the New South. For more information, visit www.dukemansion.org or www.museumofthenewsouth.org.
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Coltrane LIFE Center’s 12th Annual Golf Tournament on Monday, help May 14th, 2012.
Coltrane L.I.F.E. Center is a private, nonprofit adult day services program that helps older and disabled adults continue to live at home rather than be placed in a nursing home. These services also enable family caregivers to work or tend to other matters during the day without worrying about the safety and care of their loved ones. All proceeds from this event will go directly to provide services at the Center.
The tournament will be held at the Club at Irish Creek in Kannapolis, NC and registration will start at 10:00am.
We are in need of players, sponsors, or silent auction items. For more information, contact Kari Gainer at 704-788-1215.
To learn more about Coltrane LIFE Center, visit the center’s website at www.coltranelifecenter.org or call Kari Gainer at 704-788-1215.
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Help us increase funding for Elder Falls Prevention!
The federal government spends only about $2 million per year to prevent falls among older adults. Yet, with one in three seniors falling each year, the annual medical costs for treating them are now over $28 billion.
The good news? With your support, the Senate last year agreed to include an additional $10 million for Elder Falls Prevention funding for FY12.
The bad news? The additional funding was dropped in the final agreement, and funding for FY12 remained at $2 million.
We believe our best chance to increase Elder Falls Prevention funding for FY13 is to influence Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA), who chairs the subcommittee that oversees program appropriations.
Funding talks are going on now, and we need your help. Here’s what you can do:
Use our online alert to email your Democratic Senators and ask them to contact Sen. Harkin about this issue. We’re asking Senators as well, but they’re much more likely to act if they hear from you—their constituents. If you have a personal relationship with your Senators’ offices, please call them to make the request instead.
This won’t be the first battle in our fight to protect funding for Elder Falls Prevention and other healthy aging programs. Join our Public Policy and Advocacy team to learn how you can influence your members of Congress as they make critical funding decisions.
Your voice matters! Thanks, as always, for your support.
Vice President, Public Policy and Advocacy
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WINSTON-SALEM, rx N.C., March 15, 2012 – Hundreds of runners and walkers are expected to participate in the 16th annualHospice Hope Run ? a 10K run and 5K walk/run ? set for Saturday, April 14, at the Deacon Tower at BB&T Field in Winston-Salem. There will also be a Deacon Dash for children under 8 years old.
Registration begins at 7:15 a.m. followed by an aerobic warm-up at 8:30 a.m. The 5K walk/run (3.1 miles) takes off at 9:00 a.m., and the 10K run, on an USATF Certified Course, will start at 9:15 a.m. Both begin and end at the Deacon Tower. The Deacon Dash will be held at 10:30 a.m. The awards presentation follows the events.
The runs and walk are open to anyone interested in participating, and the proceeds will benefit patient care at Hospice & Palliative CareCenter. Everyone is also invited to stay for the Wake Forest Demon Deacon Spring football game that follows the Run at 1:00 p.m.
The Primo Team Tailgate will offer a special location for teams of 25 or more to meet and rally before and after the Run. Reserved team spaces give team members a spot near the start and finish area and near the main entrance to BB&T Field.
“Over the past 16 years participation has grown, not only because of the fun and competition, but because the experience is so meaningful,” Ann Gauthreaux, Hospice public relations director, says. “It’s a great opportunity to honor or remember a loved one. We’ve also made it even easier to sign up by going to our website at www.support4hospice.org.”
The entry fee for non-competitive runners is $25 on or before April 8th and $30 after. For timed D-tag timing system participants the fee is $30 ($35 after April 8th), and the fee for children under 8 in the Deacon Dash is $15. The fee includes a custom-designed T-shirt, pre-run and post-race refreshments, awards, door prizes, and entertainment. For an additional $5 donation, participants can also choose to receive a Tyvec Placard on which they may write the name of someone who was special in their life and wear their name to honor and remember them as they participate in the Hope Run. People may also be part of the fun without taking part in the run or walk by signing up as a Proud in the Crowd participant for a gift of $25. Proud in the Crowd participants will also receive the 16th Annual Hospice Hope Run commemorative designed T-shirt.
BB&T is the major sponsor for this year’s Hospice Hope Run. Kimberly Van Scoy and Michelle Kennedy, both of WXII 12 News, along with Lora Songster of WMAG 99.5, are this year’s honorary chairs.
All proceeds from the Hospice Hope Run go to the Hospice & Palliative CareCenter. The majority of Hospice & Palliative CareCenter’s revenue comes from the reimbursement from Medicare, Medicaid and Private Insurance. No one is turned away because of their inability to pay. The financial gap between reimbursement and patient needs amounts to approximately $1.7 million dollars a year.
For more information about the Hospice Hope Run, go to www.support4hospice.org or call Carolyn Breese at Hospice & Palliative CareCenter at 336-768-3972.
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