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Favorite Summer Reads

During the 1960s “In Cold Blood” and “Valley of the Dolls” was cracked open on beach towels throughout the country. In the ‘70s most of us were reading “Jaws” and…

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Smaller Space – Larger Living

A lot of us are drawn to photographs of tiny houses, which are often pictured nestled in a bucolic backyard or tooling down a highway backdropped by a mountain range.…

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Oberlin is One of Kiplinger’s “Smart Places to Retire”

A feature article posted July 3 on the website of Kiplinger Personal Finance includes Oberlin, Ohio on its list of “12 Smart Places to Retire.” Proximity of Oberlin College and…

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Kendal Staff and Residents Present at Dementia Action Alliance

With book clubs, monthly newsletter articles, a memory enhancement course and dementia awareness training, Kendal at Oberlin residents and staff have been “re-imagining dementia” for some time, which is why…

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Kendal’s “Wordly Wise” Tops in United Way Spelling Bee

For the second time in four years Kendal at Oberlin is the top honeybee in the county. The four-person team of residents Rebecca Cardozo, Tina Graf, Robin Lauren and Nancy…

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Mental Health Awareness

One in five men and women 55 years of age and older experience some type of mental health concern. That’s just one of many issues related to older adults and…

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Kendal at Oberlin’s S & P Rating Upgraded to ‘A’

Kendal at Oberlin recently received an ‘A’ Standard and Poor’s Rating from S&P Global. The life plan community has maintained an ‘A-‘ S&P rating since 2013 and this is its…

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Connie Flanigan Boase: Making a Difference

A Shaker Heights native, Connie Flanigan Boase graduated from Oberlin College in 1946 and returned to Oberlin in 1958 to raise her children. She taught in the elementary school and…

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Coping with Neck Pain

Let’s talk about that pain in your neck, literally. Neck pain is common and typically comes with age-related wear and tear and poor posture, especially when sitting at a desk.…

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