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United Church Homes occasionally welcomes guest bloggers to contribute to our community. Guest bloggers come from all walks of life. We are thankful for their contributions to the Abundant Aging blog.
Today's blog post is written by guest blogger, Rev. Nayiri Karjian, General Minister, Living Water Association, Ohio NorthEast UCC. It was originally featured in Living..
This special post was written by Rev. Erin Proie, the chaplain at Chapel Hill Community. ************************************ During COVID-19, while experiencing the..
Reprinted with permission from Ira Byock, MD, chief medical officer of the Institute for Human Caring of Providence health system. His books include Dying Well, The Four..
How we approach a significant move, such as when to move into a retirement setting, can be felt as either a painful loss (discontentment) or a new..
I have been pleased to discover that we at United Church Homes have an honored tradition of having family members working together in some of our communities. Moreover,..
Disney/Pixar released Coco in theaters in 2017. While the vibrant colors and vivid images on the screen and beautiful and typical of Disney/Pixar works, the film’s..
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