The best part of this study is that it shows what only one hour of ‘social interaction’ can do to improve quality of life, additional time spent may help even more.
Evelyn has shown that same industrious spirit in everything she turns her attention to. The history she has kept and preserved will continue to bless family and friends for countless generations to come.
Joy operates on the principle that when she sees a need, she tries to fill it – not wait for someone else to come along. Well, she certainly filled a need at Recycle the Warmth – coming early and staying late.
Remember, you can’t do it all whether you are the caregiver or friend. Sometimes the best help may be a welcome visit that provides a temporary distraction.
It’s called Emotional memory. It is the memory of the feelings associated with an event, as opposed to the facts of the event.
Loving people is a skill that comes naturally to Babe, and she shines the brightest when she is with her family – especially the babies.
There’s no limit to what can be accomplished if it doesn’t matter who gets the credit.
Whether physically, or virtually, try to take a trip or two down memory lane to enjoy a journey of a lifetime.
John is a quiet soul, who prefers to stay in the background – usually at a piano and let his music do the talking.
She feels as if her ability to sew – even to have good eyesight at her age – is a gift from God to share with others.