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We tell stories — stories that serve our clients and some that simply scratch an itch for the world around us.

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Seeking the Wisdom of Seniors

December 18, 2014

By: Pamela DeLoatch

The need for advice doesn't end when we grow up. Seniors can provide a bounty of wisdom and perspective, and it's available at our fingertips.

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Virtual Tour Offers New Perspective on Resident Challenges

December 12, 2014

By: Pamela DeLoatch

Client: ABHOW

Services: Photography, Writing

Team members at Plymouth Village gained a deeper understanding of the challenges of memory loss through an intense training that gave them a small but moving look into what those people experience.

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Adventures in Internship: Never Stop Growing

December 4, 2014

By: Chelsea Richardson

Being an adult is hard work. It requires dedication and elbow grease. You must be patient, tactful and content with the inevitable love-hate relationship with coffee.

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Plymouth Village Reaches Out to Homeless

November 25, 2014

By: Pamela DeLoatch

Client: ABHOW

Services: Photography, Writing

The statistics are staggering. Nearly 1.7 million youth ages 14 to 24 in the United States are homeless or runaways, with about 200,000 of these living in California.

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Resident Activist Gives Others a Voice

November 25, 2014

By: Chelsea Richardson

Client: ABHOW

Services: Photography, Writing

Kenneth “Kozi” Arrington is a fighter and an activist. He’s also a singer, an actor, a public speaker and a writer. But most importantly, he’s a strong voice for those who need one.

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Leaders Reflect on Nollau Experience

November 21, 2014

Client: CHHSM

Services: Photography, Writing

Marti Coplai had attended countless conferences as a leader in services for older adults. But when her supervisor sent her to the Nollau Institute, she found it was a very different kind of experience.