Long-Term Care: CHOICES

Day-by-day, many families are faced with home care decisions regarding an elderly or disabled family member. Numerous questions arise, and, as a result, a number of different options and outcomes. How can one know which direction is best for their loved one? Typically, the primary of these challenges family members encounter is financially related since […]

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Senior Independence Matters

From a very young age, we say things like, “I can do it myself.” As we age we begin to lose some of our independence. Your independence matters and senior independence matters, too. If you are anything like me, the idea of losing your independence is scary. I remember the feeling I had on my […]

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Local Trailblazer Shines Light On Disability Advocacy and Inclusion in the Workplace

Edward Mitchell made a lasting impression when he landed his first job at Little Caesars Pizza. As a teenager, Mitchell’s natural charisma, determination, outstanding work ethic, and exceptional character shined through. “Edward is and always has been an inspiration,” said Kevin Colbert, the Jackson-based Little Caesars franchise owner, who knew immediately during the job interview […]

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(W)Air Your Crazy Laundry!

This Sunday (and every 3.21 after it) is a day my laundry pile probably prepares for all year. On this day, I personally will find my craziest socks that probably do not even match one another to recognize those I know with an extra (meaning they have 3 instead of 2) 21st chromosomes. These are […]

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