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Residents Get Up to Speed On New Technology

March 24, 2015

Services: Photography, Writing

Wi-Fi everywhere and a virtual technology store are features that will soon be added to the long list of amenities provided by ABHOW’s continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs).

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Technology Connects Communities, Provides Portal to Future

February 20, 2015

By: Brice Smith

Client: CHHSM

Services: Photography, Writing

If Horizon House residents want to plan their schedules or look up a friend’s phone number, they have to get a paper copy of the community’s activities calendar and resident directory.

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Looking to the Interests of Others

January 27, 2015

By: Pamela DeLoatch

Client: ABHOW

Services: Photography, Writing

When Charlotte Anderson comes to work, she focuses on one of the most essential parts of the organization.

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Research Study Has Lasting Effects

January 26, 2015

By: Chelsea Richardson

Client: ABHOW

Services: Photography, Writing

Residents at Casa de la Vista and Fern Lodge in Redlands, California learned the importance of taking control of their own health through a two-year study by University of Michigan researchers. 

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Residents Help Students Get Ready to Learn

January 26, 2015

By: Pamela DeLoatch

Client: ABHOW

Services: Photography, Writing

When Mary Mills learned that many families in her neighborhood couldn’t afford to send their children to school with supplies, she had to act.

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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.