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News and Tips for Living Well at Home, from Aware Senior Care.

Welcome to our monthly selection of resources and inspiration.

This newsletter is designed to help you help your loved ones live well at home.

We aim to connect with the sons, daughters, and family members of loved ones living at home, and to reach out to our valued Circle of Support partners.

At Aware, we’re all in this together.
 
 
What’s New with Aware?
 
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Aware Senior Care Partners with Waltonwood Lake Boone


Waltonwood Logo Additional care services will be provided by Aware Senior Care to residents at Waltonwood Lake Boone, a senior living community coming soon to Raleigh.

"The Waltonwood communities are known for providing top-quality senior care across the country," said Tim Murray, president and co-founder of Aware Senior Care. "Aware Senior Care also holds itself and its caregivers to the highest standards of excellence, professionalism, and compassion, so this partnership is a natural fit for both of us. We are honored to be selected as Waltonwood Lake Boone's independent care provider."

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Tim Murray joins the Board of Directors for Dementia Alliance of NC


Dementia Alliance of NC Logo The President and Co-Founder of Aware Senior Care, Tim Murray, was elected to the Dementia Alliance of NC Board of Directors in July.

“Tim brings the strength of both professional – and personal – experience with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease to our board,” said Lanier Cansler, Chairman of the Board for the Dementia Alliance of North Carolina. “His knowledge of dementia, relationships with key people and organizations in elder care in our community, and compassion for families affected by this disease will be a great asset to our board, and we are thrilled to have him join us!”

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Testimonials
 
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Family Testimonials
 
What Our Families are Saying
 
How would you rate the impact of the services on your daily life?

Grace R.
“It is a huge relief knowing that there is someone there so that I do not have to worry about my loved one.”

Sue W.
“The services have made my life a lot easier because I don't constantly worry about my mother and I don't have to be constantly at my mother's home.”

 
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What Our Caregivers Are Saying
 
How likely are you to recommend working for Aware to an interested friend?

“They are wonderful and they really care about their employees. The owners will get right down to it and do whatever is needed to help out. If I have a conflict in my personal life, they will work around it and they are very helpful.”

How would you rate your comfort level in voicing your ideas and opinions?

“Everyone is wonderful and they are down to earth. I had a personal issue that I shared with them and they were very understanding and concerned. The owner checks in on how I am feeling and they are very supportive.”

Read more family stories!
 
 
SEMINARS
 
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Building your Life Plan at the Five Points Center for Active Adults:.

This seminar will be based on content in the books “How to Say It to Seniors” by David Solie and “How to Keep Mom (and yourself) out of a Nursing Home” by Dr. David Fisher of Doctors Making Housecalls . Frequently we think of retirement in terms of how much money we need to retire. Life is about so much more than money.

We will discuss the importance of building a life plan covering all aspects of your life spanning your physical, social, faith, medical, and financial goals. A key question in building this plan is what you would like your legacy to be? How would you like to be remembered by family and friends?

Come learn how to build your life plan with your legacy in mind! Sponsored by Aware Senior Care.

Five Points Center for Active Adults Monday, August 20th:
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
 
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Aware Senior Care Circle of Support
IT TAKES A VILLAGE
 
That’s why we started our Circle of Support, a list of trusted and vetted individuals who provide the resources and care our clients need.

This month’s featured Circle of Support Partner is Lyn Jackson, founder of Every Story Media, a boutique production company that helps individuals and families save and share their values, traditions, and unique life stories on video. Lyn is an award-winning journalist, former television news reporter, anchor, and documentary producer.

Gina and I met Lyn a little over three years ago and we were so moved by her story and the positive impact she and her husband David have on families that we decided to give it a try ourselves. We looked at it this way—our clients, with open hearts and minds, allow complete strangers (Aware caregivers) to come into their homes to care for them. This is a very personal business, so we wanted our families to get to know us. What is our story? Why did we start Aware and what are our values? Check out our website under both “About” and “Awards and Reviews” to see the amazing job Lyn and David did telling our story.

Everyone has a story. Wouldn’t it be a great gift for a loved one or friend of yours to tell their story and pass on their legacy to their friends and family? Lyn can make it happen. Contact her at lyn@everysotrymedia.com or call 919-961-1081 . You can visit their website at Every Story Media to learn more and see some of their great work.
 
 
FROM THE BLOG
 
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From the Blog
 
In this month’s featured blog article, Kyle reviews the best-selling book from Dr. Rangan Chatterjee, How to Make Disease Disappear.

Chronic disease has become a major problem in modern living, but the solutions aren’t expensive or time-consuming. The book is the US version of Chatterjee’s The Four Pillar Plan which aims to improve healthy living at any age by focusing on four areas of our lives and making recommendations for each:

  • Relax
  • Eat
  • Move
  • Sleep

Kyle reflects on how applying recommendations from the book have impacted his life and discusses simple things you can do immediately to live better.

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TAKE SOME ACTION
 
Feel Better, Live More

Included in Kyle’s blog post are recommendations from How to Make Disease Disappear on how you can start today to make your life better.

A phone-free Sabbath, eating one meal with family and/or friends, spending at least 20 minutes outside every morning, daily glute exercises to wake them up after long periods of sitting.

Do something for yourself today. Send us a message on Facebook or contact us . Let us know what you’re doing to live a healthier lifestyle.
 
 
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