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CarePatrol of North Central Ohio can help you choose the right care for your elderly loved one, for free

Finding the best-fit care community for your loved one—from in-home to independent living, assisted care to memory care—can be a complicated and difficult undertaking. “There is no playbook or blueprint on how to plan, evaluate and choose the right option,” says Anthony Coleman, certified senior advisor and owner of the local,...

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Limitless attention to offering seniors more to love about life

Just because we’re dealing with a pandemic doesn’t mean now cannot be “the most wonderful time of the year.” The staff and management at Vista Springs Ravinia has gone into North Pole mode this holiday season, creating a winter wonderland for its members, both indoors and out. “In keeping with our ‘Full of Life’ philosophy,...

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The community at Symphony at Olmsted Falls is stronger than ever

There’s no place like home for the holidays. Thanks to the efforts of the management team and staff at Symphony at Olmsted Falls, this Yuletide season will be merry and bright. “We’ve gone the extra mile this year in decorations and festive holiday meal planning,” says Executive Director Chrissy Grude. “We do our best to spread joy...

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Shinto brings an authentic Japanese hibachi experience to Westlake

The literal meaning of “hibachi” is “fire bowl.” The West Side’s hottest new dining destination—Shinto Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar—includes 12 smokeless Hibachi tables with uproarious dinner entertainment for singles or small groups. Knives are wielding, flames dancing and food will be flying, onto your plate, of...

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Instead of taking a pain pill or getting an injection for pain, try physical therapy first

Adam Cramer, PT, DPT, founder of MyoFit physical therapy clinics, is on a mission. He hopes people will come to think of physical therapy as medicine, and stop masking their pain with pills and injections. “Pain is the body’s natural alarm system…a way of getting your attention,” he explains. “It’s human nature to simply...

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