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Cost of Assisted Living in Charleston Cost of Assisted Living in Charleston
The cost of assisted living in Charleston, South Carolina ranges from $3,723 per month for a semi-private room to $8,120 per month for a private 2-bedroom villa apartment. The average cost is $5,375 per month or about $64,500 per year.* Located on the east coast of South Carolina, historic Charleston is the oldest and largest city in the state.
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The Quintessential Gentleman’s Guide to Assisted Living – Part 3 The Quintessential Gentleman’s Guide to Assisted Living – Part 3
weeks or months past, but when the marketing packets, brochures and whirligigs started filling my mailbox it all came back. So many pictures of bouncy joyful seniors holding newspapers and laughing over coffee. If everyone at a senior living community was excited about walking down a side walk or a plastic flower arrangement, I wanted in.
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4 Can’t Miss Holiday Events in Tega Cay, Fort Mill & Rock Hill, South Carolina 4 Can’t Miss Holiday Events in Tega Cay, Fort Mill & Rock Hill, South Carolina
If you find yourself in York County, South Carolina or anywhere in the greater Charlotte region during the holiday season, you’re in luck. There is so much to do in this area, from shopping to eating out to strolling through the various town centers. On top of that, there are some great festivities to ring in the holiday season.
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10 Benefits of Becoming a CNA 10 Benefits of Becoming a CNA
Close your eyes, think about how your future would look in a given career. Would you join the military, go to trade school, or attend a college? These are just a few options for when you’re re-evaluating where your career path is going. When you’re planning for the future, challenge yourself to think about becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant.
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Oktoberfest at Wellmore of Tega Cay Oktoberfest at Wellmore of Tega Cay
On October 18th, 2019 Members at Wellmore of Tega Cay enjoyed a celebration of the wonderful German tradition, Oktoberfest! Members started the day with an axe throwing competition to see who could rack up the most points! In the afternoon, they learned about European Festivals, enjoyed soft pretzels with beer cheese, and did a beer tasting!
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Types of Irreversible Dementia Types of Irreversible Dementia
Dementia is a broad term for decline in memory. It affects three areas of the brain: language, memory and decision making. These changes make it difficult for people who have dementia to perform basic daily activities. Dementia is classified into two groups, reversible (pseudo-dementia) and irreversible (non pseudo-dementia).
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