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Archive for June, 2015

A Life Lived on the Front Line

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

Henry McPeak describes himself as a man who has lived much of his life “on the front line.” As a child growing up in western New York, McPeak was mostly … Read More »

To Worry (Or Not) About Vitamin D and ALZ

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

We continue to hear more confirmation from research that low levels of Vitamin D are linked to increased risks of developing Alzheimer’s disease. The buzz is so strong it has … Read More »

Second Annual Antique Extravaganza Coming Sept. 12

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

No one really knew what to expect when Carillon hosted its inaugural Antique Road Extravaganza events in September 2014. The fundraisers were styled after the popular PBS show “Antique Roadshow,” … Read More »

Carillon to Roll Out Enhanced Salon Services

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

Jean Yarborough stepped into the redesigned salon at Carillon Assisted Living of Wake Forest as the first customer to sample its expanded list of aesthetic services. “A manicure and pedicure?” … Read More »

Coming Home to Carillon

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

Right now at this very moment, a senior somewhere in North Carolina is in the process of choosing Carillon Assisted Living as their new home.  It’s not a decision that … Read More »

Sing Like No One is Listening

Friday, June 12th, 2015

Carillon VP of Operations, Mary Ann Drummond, shares her latest blog on the cognitive benefits of singing (and doing it loudly!).   Recently I saw a poster on a wall that read “Sing … Read More »

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