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Making a Difference with Technology


is back at it. He made a hand prototype for E-Nable, was approved as a volunteer and is waiting for his first assignment.   Meanwhile, the pandemic is keeping him busy. When he heard that the Kendal staff were having trouble with some cloth face masks not fitting tight enough or too tight he created

Kindness at Kendal During Pandemic Times


Published: April 10, 2020 Kendal residents and staff have always helped each other in myriad ways. But sheltering-in-place and social distancing have people finding new ways to show kindness and caring to one another. Kendal resident Nancy Garver broke her shoulder in early March and moved from her

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New Faces at the Front Desk


Often, the first people you see when you visit Kendal at Oberlin are the friendly staff at the front reception desk near the main entrance. The front desk is a hub for information, serving residents, visitors and staff seven days a week. We’ve had some changes recently. Veronica Toth accepted a new

Gay and Growing Old


to consider the challenges older gay men and women face. Gay and growing old Because many LGBTQ adults often don’t identity their sexual orientation in surveys and elsewhere, SAGE and others rely on estimates. Of the 2.7 million to 3 million LGBT adults over age 50, one-third live at or below

Aging in Place in Community: Health Benefits


, visiting care centers and assessing financial resources. But there is another choice available to older adults. Benefits of Aging at a Life Plan Community Residents of a life plan or continuing care retirement community face any future health care challenges with community support and accessible services

High School Graduates Recall Time at Kendal


.” Post Script:  Students shared that no matter what kind of day they were having, once at Kendal, residents always left them with a smile on their faces. Wishing Bright Futures for Kendal’s High School Graduates! Previous Next

Young at Heart: Why Intergenerational Relationships are Good for the Soul


Published: March 7, 2016 A center dedicated to young children, an empty dining room and a community full of vibrant older adults?  Put them together and you’ll find young and old enjoying a favorite book or holiday celebration with sweets and treats. Welcome to Kendal at Oberlin, where