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7 Guidelines for Engaging and Accommodating Your Older Staff
By: Ruth Crocker
Mary loved her job as a recreational therapist in a skilled nursing facility. Her co-workers marveled at her ability to assess the needs of residents and propose exactly the right activity for a patient recovering from a brain injury, stroke or other trauma. Her thirty plus years of experience in all manner of …Read Full Article
Gardening is a great way to enjoy the warmer weather, and you don’t even need a lot of space to grow some great edibles.
by Jean Starr
Anything that can be grown in the ground can also be grown in a pot. Think of the advantages of walking outside to snip a salad from a container of lettuce, or picking a tomato warmed from the …Read Full Article
Volunteers arrange daylong Washington trips to celebrate the lives and contributions of veterans.
by Nancy Henke-Konopasek
In 1943, Highland, Indiana resident, R. Paul Joyce answered his country’s call to serve in World War II. At the age of 19, Joyce joined the Cadet Program of the Army Air Force. Paul served as a radio operator and gunner aboard the B-17 Flying Fortress with the 8th …Read Full Article
HOBART- Hungry Hound Boutique & Grooming will be celebrating their first birthday at their Hobart location. There will be an all-day event October 18th, with special treats for clients (including the four-legged ones), the entire store will be on sale, clients can enter to win a year of free grooming and more. The celebration will begin at 9am and end at 5pm at the …Read Full Article
Making a difference by serving clients and communities alike.
by Cassie Richardson
Today’s young attorneys take their jobs as seriously as they take their suits. The area’s young and rising stars give back to their communities through philanthropic efforts or service on boards. Meet our top 10 picks from young legal professionals who are giving back and making a difference in their communities.
Carly Brandenburg, …Read Full Article
Rescue animals can enrich your life when you invite them into your home.
Anastasia M. Trakles
When I was a little girl, my mom and I were taking a walk in our garden in the small town of Interlochen, Michigan, and we heard a funny sound coming from the blackberry patch. We looked and found a beautiful Siamese kitten, not even 6 months old, rolling …Read Full Article
Our readers suggest some of the region’s standouts in medical care.
Thousands of people work in health care across the region, all helping patients get healthy and stay that way. Who is exceptionally good at doing so? We asked our readers for nominations in our third annual compilation of Northwest Indiana Business Quarterly Health Care Honors.
ADVANCEMENTS IN HEALTH CARE
Franciscan St. Margaret Health-Hammond
Federal …Read Full Article
Wisconsin getaway offers a wealth of dining, shopping and artistic options, great for a weekend or a week.
by Elizabeth J. Musgrave
Stretched out along its namesake Wisconsin community, Elkhart Lake brings the elfin town no fewer than three resorts and several bed-and-breakfasts drawing visitors annually for generations. Although summer is the busiest time of the year, autumn, winter and spring each offer beauty and …Read Full Article
NORTHWEST INDIANA — An estimated 35,560 residents will learn that they have cancer this year.
The American Cancer Society provides transportation to and from treatment facilities to help people with cancer get the critical care they need; however, getting to their scheduled treatment may be a challenge.
“One cancer patient requiring radiation therapy could need anywhere from 20 to 30 trips to treatment in six …Read Full Article
With some common sense, good equipment and sound advice, you can stay fit and active.
by Jerry Davich
Staying active while avoiding aches, pains and sports injuries can feel like straddling a dangerous tightrope for many people over age 50. However, it’s a balancing act that can be done with the proper gear, professional guidance and a little common sense.
“Everyone is able to accommodate …Read Full Article