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With the renewal of spring, many of us think about remodeling projects and planting a garden. Is your game plan ready? Take some time to browse through this issue of Creative Living for ideas to make your home look beautiful indoors and outside without breaking the bank. There’s helpful information for planting the seeds of better health, too – from proper leg, foot and dental care to implementing a fitness plan. And it would be remiss not to offer a recipe for baked ham, a requisite for spring celebrations. Enjoy the leftovers! Whatever your tradition, I wish you and yours a joyous Easter holiday.

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n today’s world where news travels at the speed of now, people are searching for balance and purpose and are tapping into the power of plants to cultivate the “new good life.” Besides beautifying our homes and gardens, plants play a vital role in our health and well-being. They elicit powerful positive emotions, revive neighborhoods, and influence everything from what we eat to life’s milestones. “Plants are no longer a luxury, but a necessity for our lives,” says Susan McCoy, trend spotter and outdoor living expert. “Plants can live without us, but we can’t live without plants.” Here’s what McCoy and her team of Garden Media Group trend spotters see for gardening in 2012: » Urban knights. A growing army of “urban knights” are creating oases wherever they can find a patch of earth. They’re planting shrubs, flowers, edibles and pop-up gardens on balconies, in alley ways, and on street

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Snoring can often be a symptom of Obstructive Sleep Apnea, a sometimes life-threatening sleep disorder that negatively impacts the health and quality of life of millions of Americans.

Symptoms include: Snoring • Daytime Fatigue • Morning Headaches • Depression Restless Sleep • High Blood Pressure • Lack of Concentration Sleeping in Separate Rooms

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Want to learn more? Call Dr. Kitzmiller’s office at 513-248-8848 to schedule a complimentary consultation to discuss a treatment plan that is right for you. Interested in having Dr. Kitzmiller bring a sleep awareness open house to your neighborhood, company health fair or golf/tennis club? Call Dr. Kitzmiller’s office to talk about your opportunity.

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Dr. Kitzmiller wants Cincinnati to understand the importance of sleep! During National Sleep Awareness Week, March 5-11, hundreds of interested Cincinnatians attended free public-awareness events hosted by Dr. Kitzmiller and local sleep professionals. Attendees learned that while snoring can be annoying, it is often a symptom of a life-threatening condition called obstructive sleep apnea, where the airway collapses during sleep and causes the person to stop breathing and to awaken with a gasp multiple times an hour. Untreated, sleep apnea can lead to excessive fatigue, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and even death. At the sleep open houses, attendees received free sleep screenings, information about the health consequences of untreated sleep disorders, steps for proper diagnosis, and treatment options that include Oral Appliance Therapy, Continuous Positive Airway Pressure devices (CPAP) and surgery. A sleep open house attendee and new patient of Dr. Kitzmiller’s says, “My husband has snored for years. We had no idea that his snoring was affecting his health. Thank you, Dr. Kitzmiller, for showing us how to give my husband – and me – a quiet and healthy night’s sleep!” – Mary A sleep apnea sufferer, Dr. Kitzmiller has been treating himself as well as hundreds of others with Oral Appliance Therapy. An oral appliance is an FDA-approved CPAP alternative that fits over

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You’re part of the family at Bicycles and More If you’re in the market for a bicycle or bike-related gear, head up Glenway Avenue to Western Hills and visit Bicycles and More. “We’re a mom-andpop shop and we treat you like part of the family, whether you’re buying a bike for your child or a $10,000 road bike,” said owner Ron Keilholz. “I like to say we sell customer service, and the bikes, parts and accessories just come with it.” A West Side fixture for 10 years, the family-owned business had humble roots. “I started the shop on about $5,000 of my own money with a few bikes and

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based on a simple plan: personalized service, fair prices and a wide product selection. “We may have small square footage, but we’re big on service and selection,” said Keilholz. They now draw customers from all across Greater Cincinnati. They feature bicycles for every need, skill level and member of your family – from road bikes to mountain bikes, comfort bikes to hybrid bikes, even BMX and kids’ bikes. A brief list of their product line includes Raleigh, Fuji, KHS, Kestrel and Redline, and BMX bikes from such names as Fit, S&M, We

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he plans to ride,” explained Keilholz. Once he’s had a chance to talk to the customer and learn about his or her plans and needs, “then I’ll suggest a couple of choices and have him test ride them,” he said. The test ride is critical because a bike might look good to a customer but not feel comfortable once they get in the seat. Once the customer has made a selection, they’ll set it up so it fits perfectly. Plus, every bike comes with a free tuneup and adjustments for one year. And right now, Bicycles and More is accepting usable bikes for the Sisters of Divine Providence to give to those less fortunate. Bicycles and More is located at 6363 Glenway Avenue in Western Hills. They are open Monday through Friday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 513-661-6777 or visit their website at www.bicyclesand morecyclery.net. Stop in and see Ron, Wanda and Jon. As Ron Keilholz said: “Come in once, and you’ll be back.”

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This year, open the door to spring with bite-sized brunch Bite-sized foods are on-trend for entertaining menus because they add visual appeal and allow guests to customize their portion sizes. Instead of serving a full meal, feature a more casual buffet table with five or six different dishes. Hosting a bite-sized brunch is as easy as 1-2-3: Choose fresh ingredients, decorate simply and add finishing touches.

Choose fresh ingredients.

Eggs are a symbol of spring and a fresh, wholesome way to start the day. The experts at the Land O’Lakes Test Kitchens have developed three recipes for a bite-sized brunch. These flavorful treats will delight guests as the centerpiece for a delicious meal. Mini Mexi Bites get their spicy flavor from hot and creamy pepper jack cheese. Fresh red and green veggies add bright color to each bite. Breakfast Biscuit Bakes are a winning combination of scrambled eggs, cheese, ham and onions. This fun twist on a classic dish is a surefire way to please any breakfast crowd. Finally, Bacon-Topped Deviled

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Eggs are a tasty version of a traditional favorite. The gentle smokiness of the bacon blends with the classic flavor of an allnatural egg.

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Create a fresh spring theme that’s fitting for a festive brunch. Keep it simple with crisp, white table linens, colorful flowers arranged in a white pitcher and bright accessories. Combine a variety of colored plates and bowls to create an eclectic, yet casual, look. These small details are all that are needed for the table to declare, “Spring is here!”

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Fresh fruit salad or colorful cupcakes served in little cups provide the perfect finishing touch. Prepare a chilled beverage the night before, such as iced tea served with frozen mint-infused ice cubes or a large pitcher of lemonade, to serve as an alternative to coffee or tea.

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Days are getting longer. Thinking about the pool? The days are getting longer and your thoughts should be turning to opening your pool. “Now’s the time to schedule your pool opening so you can get in your pool when you want to and not when our schedule allows,” said Sam Ionna, owner of S.I. Pool Care. If you’re in the market for a new pool, S.I. Pool Care features fiberglass pools by Blue Hawaiian.

They’re available in various colors and are stronger and more flexible than either vinyl liners or gunite pools and come with a 35-year warranty. According to Ionna, the advantages of fiberglass over vinyl liner and gunite pools are clear: “Compared to vinyl, there are no liners to replace, no tears or holes in liners, no fading, no floating of liners with ground water, and liners have a 12- to

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15-year warranty, with only the first two or three years covered at full warranty. “And the only advantage a gunite pool has over fiberglass is that you can make the pool larger. Cost, strength, flexibility and warranty are all on the side of a fiberglass pool,” Ionna said. If you already have a pool that needs some work, S.I. Pool Care has you covered there, too. Renovation services include installing a new liner, pump or filter, or adding a heater or salt generator. You can also resurface your gunite pool with fiberglass and get a 25-year warranty, opposed to the one-year warranty you’d get if you See POOL, Page 7

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Make that spring vacation or summer sun more enjoyable by building your base tan early. A Total Tan prides itself on clean and friendly tanning. Even during the busy season, with over 100 tanning units on the West Side and Northern Kentucky, A Total Tan offers everyone the chance to come right in and get a quick and relaxing tan with no appointments ever. A Total Tan offers many different types of tanning units that are all accessible with the same package. Buy any of the packages and receive access to any bed. “Customers can purchase a package and jump from one level of tanning to the next without having to purchase another package,” said

owner Jason Roeder. Also look for A Total Tan’s unlimited packages, which require no contracts or additional fees. If you’re new to the indoor tanning experience, come in and rely on A Total Tan’s certified employees to lead you step-by-step to a deep, dark, sexy tan. “Tanning lotions carry a huge part in the tanning process. Lotions help the tanner get 30 to 40 percent darker while also helping to keep the tan longer,” Roeder said. “Keeping the skin moist is important to a healthy tan.” Find the latest tanning lotions along with a good line of after-tan moisturizers and outdoor tanning products on sale. Look to A Total Tan’s new line of 2012 tanning lotions.

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Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the plantar ligament that attaches to the heel bone. The patient’s most common complaint is pain in the bottom of the heel or arch area with the first step in the morning and pain after periods of rest. But it can become chronically painful throughout the day and lead to significant disability. Conservative therapy is successful 90 percent of the time and includes stretching exercises, custom-made orthotics, anti-inflammatory medication, night splints, physical therapy and cortisone injections. Custom-made orthotics are the most conservative treatment option. These are covered by most insurance plans and more effective than inserts sold over the counter. In some cases, the pain persists and surgical treatment is necessary. Years ago, large incisions to surgically remove the heel spur and release the tight plantar ligament led to months of casting and time off work. The surgical approach has improved significantly. It can now be performed though two small incisions with a technique called Endoscopic Plantar Fasciotomy. In most cases, patients are back to regular shoes in three

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to seven days and painfree in four weeks. Plantar fasciitis is also treated with shock wave therapy. The shock wave, which is ultrasonically driven, loosens the plantar ligament and allows it to stretch. It’s not unusual for patients to be back to work in two days with

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Tackle easy and affordable weekend spruce-up projects When it comes to home improvement, most of us have two to-do lists: the things we need to do, such as paint the shutters and clean out gutters, and the list of those we want to do, such as fun and easy projects that add visual interest or practical enhancements to the outdoors. Since our

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It’s natural to call a plumber when you’re having a problem. But a call to Dick Scott Plumbing before you have a problem may be a great way to lower your water and sewage bills. “Depending on when your house was built or how old your fixtures are, I might be able to save you money,” said Scott, the 47-year owner of the company and a master plumber with 55 years’ experience. “If you spend $1 on water, you could be spending $3 to dump it in the sewer system,” explained Scott. “I can help you lower your water and sewage bills by updating your fixtures with a combination of new technology available today.” For example, older showerheads used three to four gallons of water per minute while new ones only use one to one and a half. And toilets

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have gone from five gallons per flush in the 1980s to less than two gallons today. The installation of newer fixtures does more than save money, though. It’s also a great way to improve efficiency and make your home “greener,” which is an important consideration today. In addition to saving you money, Dick Scott Plumbing handles all your plumbing needs from repairs to installation, sewer cleaning, and remodeling for residential and small commercial customers. “All our employees are bonded, licensed and insured,” Scott said. Call 513-921-2254 to schedule your appointment. Or visit www.dick scottplumbing.com for more information. As Scott says, “Don’t go to bed with a drip – call Dick Scott Plumbing.”

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Save with Sacko Air In today’s economy, we’re all looking for ways to save money any way we can. And the best way to save on energy costs is with a new furnace or retrofit from Sacko Air. “Generally, you can save 20 to 70 percent on utility costs, depending on the type of house you have,” said Levon Sackett, president. Sacko Air provides residential and light commercial heating and cooling repairs, service and installation, plus home performance contracting (insulation, air sealing, energy retrofits and furnace upgrades) designed to make your home more energy-efficient. All systems installed by Sacko Air are Energy Starrated for top efficiency. “We can install a geo-thermal system that will save you even more,” said Sackett. And federal tax credits are available until 2016 that will save you 30 percent on the cost and installation of

any qualifying geo-thermal system. Homeowners in Hamilton County can also take advantage of another way to save. Sacko Air is an approved installer for the Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance, which offers 35 percent off retrofits funded by government grants. Spring is here and now is the time to get your airconditioning unit ready for summer’s heat. “Now through May, we’re offering AC cleaning for only $79,” Sackett said. Sacko Air is a Coleman dealer and a Colemancertified comfort expert. They’re also licensed in both Ohio and Kentucky and Better Business Bureau-certified. Regular service hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with 24-hour emergency service available. Call 513-451-2244 to set up your appointment. Or visit www.sackoair.com for more information.

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back than other home improvements. Here’s a list of the top five spring home improvements with big pay offs: 1. Replace gutters. Replacing old gutters is an easy way to spruce up a home and reduce the chance of water draining into your basement. 2. Update your siding. New siding can instantly give the appearance of a total home makeover, while also reducing your maintenance costs. Removing old siding also provides the opportunity to inspect your home for any

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welcoming retreat for your family, or can improve your home’s marketability and appeal to potential buyers when it comes time to sell. Fortunately, it’s easy to find simple projects that take only a weekend and a modest budget to accomplish. “Adding elements like planter boxes and raised garden beds is a great way of creating impact

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moisture or critter damage that if left unchecked can lead to significant and costly damage to the structure of your home. 3. Repair the roof. Severe weather over the without a huge commitment of time,” says home improvement expert Mark Clement, co-host of “My Fix it Up Life,” which airs nationally, on iTunes, Blog Talk Radio and at MyFixitUpLife.com. Clement offers some easy tips to help guide weekend projects that anyone can build: Raised bed gardens. Some of the most abundant vegetable, herb and cut-flower gardens grow exceptionally well in raised beds because there is less soil compac-

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tion and they allow for excellent drainage. While raised beds are extremely functional, they can also add style to your yard and garden. Their organized appearance lends a structural element, particularly if you construct them with quality materials like cedar. Window and planter boxes. An easy and fun green project, wood planter boxes can be built in an afternoon. Whether arranged in a group or hung as window boxes, they instantly add a warm texture and welcoming touch to your front porch or backyard deck when filled with foliage. Simple structures. For those looking to tackle a bigger project, invite friends over and make it a do-it-yourself project party. From small decks to barbeque platforms, or front door arbors to backyard gazebos, gather friends to help assemble projects that create new spaces and places to entertain.

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glamour with walls in aubergine, eggplant and lilac. Add black trim and onyx tiles to the floor. Brighten with white towels and linens. Go Tranquil: Use the soft colors of nature to whisk you away. Pale spring green walls and luminous graygreen tiles evoke grass,

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If you’re looking for a fun makeover project, the easiest room to redecorate may be your bathroom. It’s a small space, so giving it a fresh look makes for a great weekend project. It’s also the room most likely to need a makeover, as this high-traffic area is prone to stains caused by moisture from your shower and bath, as well as makeup and grooming products. By adding a fresh coat of paint, bathrooms can be transformed quickly and affordably. The natural place to start is by deciding on a color scheme. You may want to begin by selecting various color swatches or paint samples from the store or using online color coordination tools. Once you have the paint samples in hand, try them on the wall and note how they look during different times of the day. Erika Woelfel, director of color at Behr Paints, suggests you note how colors reflect the light. The bathroom is the first place you look at yourself every day, which is why she favors pink for bathrooms. “Peach, apricot and salmon pinks provide a warm, rosy background glow. They’re great to use in dressing or vanity areas, as they enhance skin tones for daily grooming,” said Woelfel. “We all want to put our best foot forward each morning and color can help.” To keep it fresh, use white for the trim and fluffy white towels. Here are a few color schemes and themes to try: Keep It Classic: If your sense of style leans toward more traditional

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Visit White Oak Lawnmower Shop today and beat the season’s rush It’s that time of year again for much-needed servicing on your lawn and garden power equipment. The season will be here sooner than you think and White Oak Lawnmower Shop gets busy when it hits. That’s why we promote service specials at this time of year to encourage you to visit now.

Pickup and delivery may be available for a minimal fee. Beat the rush! We would also like to take this time to explain lawnmower servicing. Every year, some customers come in and say, “I can service my own mower for less than $39.” We ask them what they do when they service their lawnmowers. The customer says he

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Shop has a 15-point checklist that includes: sharpen and balance blade; change the oil and air filter; readjust the linkage; torque down the head; reset the RPMs; check self-prop operation belts; adjust cables; check compression; and more. White Oak Lawnmower Shop is family-owned and -operated, and has been serving the West Side of Cincinnati for more than 40 years. White Oak Lawnmower Shop has factorytrained technicians and is a master service center in Cincinnati for Toro and most small engines on the market, such as Sears Craftsman, MTD TroyBilt, and Husquvarna. Don’t wait, beat the rush. Call 513-385-4397. The shop is at 3590 Blue Rock Road at Banning.

While it can be easy to spend five figures on a complete remodel, there are less expensive ways to give your bathroom a fresh new look. » If you can paint, it’s an easy weekend project that will brighten the space. » Styles change, so if possible, update your shower fixtures. Stylish and innovative valves, designer faucets and accessories can be obtained to cost-effectively coordinate your remodeling efforts. » Add a touch of luxury. Scented candles, spa accessories and rolled towels can help create the sense of a spa. » Add a plant or a bouquet of flowers for a burst of color.

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changes the oil and air filter and sharpens the blade. However, a thorough servicing is more detailed, and your mower will perform better and longer. For example, regarding the blade the customer has sharpened: Did they balance it? How about the RPMs, which give a mower its power? Most mowers, especially mulching mowers, will drop RPMs as the season goes along and you won’t even realize it. Most mowers should be set at 3,100 RPMs. After a year of use, most mowers show an average of 2,600 RPMs. With that said, customers ask, “What do you do when you service a lawnmower?” We tell them how White Oak Lawnmower

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Hospice services: It’s all about a loved one’s quality of life There are some who think that the word “hospice” means that death is imminent. They equate hospice with the last days or even hours of life, and that can be a frightening thought. There are others who have the perception that receiving hospice care hastens death. But the truth is, that’s a misconception. Hospice services are, indeed, available to those who have a diagnosis of six months or less to live. But many hospice patients live longer than that. In fact, several studies have shown that those receiving hospice care live longer and with an enhanced quality of life. Why hospice and what does it provide? Hospice services have existed since the late 1960s, when Dame Cicely Saunders founded the first modern hospice in a suburb of London, England. Hospice came to the U.S. just a few years

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knights are finding a “new good life” by getting grounded with the earth. » Eco-scaping. From rocks in the garden to rocks in the living room, nature’s influence can be found both indoors and out. “Herbs are popular as cooking shows and healthy eating habits grow,” says Briscoe White, head herb farmer at The Growers Exchange. He recommends planting containers of West | Northwest

later, and was publicly supported in her breakthrough work, “On Death and Dying,” by Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. Kubler-Ross testified before the U.S. Congress in support of hospice services, stating, “We live in a very particular death-denying society. We isolate both the dying and the old, and it serves a purpose. They are reminders of our own mortality. We should not institutionalize people. We should give families more help with home care and visiting nurse, giving the families and the patients the spiritual, emotional and financial help in order to facilitate the final care at home.” Although hospice benefits became legislatively covered in the late 1970s, hospice is far more than a Medicare-funded program. Hospice services incorporate the use of a multidisciplinary team that includes physicians, nurses, social

herbs de Provence for beauty and cooking or edging a landscape border with lavender. » In living color. Neon colors, pop art and color blocking are influencing fashion on the runways and fashion in the garden. From Tangerine Tango, the new Pantone color of the year, to deep purples and soothing greens, colors are all over the landscape. Rich, gem colors create your own personal piece of paradise. Tropic Escape Hibiscus from Costa Farms produces huge flowers that last twice as long as regular hibiscus and are perfect for deco-

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workers, chaplains and volunteers. The emphasis is on pain control, palliative care rather than curative treatment. And the goal of hospice is to provide an optimal quality of life for whatever time the person has remaining, meeting their needs as a whole person – physically, emotionally and spiritually. The team not only works with the patient but also with the loved ones, both family and friends, as appropriate. Helping the loved ones to support the patient through the journey can make a tremendous difference. Family care continues with a full year of bereavement services following the patient’s death, to help with grief and move loved ones forward. Hospice provides the extra care and support to ease the transition for patient and family. Hospice is not about death – rather, it is about life.

rating patios and landscapes. » Techno-gardening. New motion-activated sprinkler repellents from Havahart provide caring control solutions that safely rid animals from your yard. » Seedlings. From the White House to the neighborhood schools, kids are learning how to grow their own food and take care of the planet. McCoy says the popularity of fairy gardens is ideal for kids and the young at heart to share the whimsical world of plants and appreciate the joy of gardening.

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The road to recovery begins at the Colonial Communities of Berkeley Square and Westover Just days before Thanksgiving, Mary Jo Watson left Berkeley Square’s Rehab Center with much to be thankful for. After nearly a month, she was back on her feet and heading home. Prior to her knee surgery, Mary Jo carefully considered her post-surgery options to ensure the highest quality of care. Her friends and family had given strong endorsements of the speech, phys-

ical and occupational therapies at the Colonial Communities of Westover and Berkeley Square. After taking a tour, she was immediately pleased with the range of services, state-of-the art amenities and primary care nursing at both locations, but ultimately chose Berkeley Square to complete her physical therapy. “It felt so spacious. I could see myself being there following surgery,” she said.

Mary Jo was admitted to Berkeley Square’s Rehab Center and after just a few weeks of steady progress her therapists, whom she now fondly refers to as “miracle workers,” began to take note of her tremendous strides. She attributes her progress to the connectivity of services and the collaborative approach to care offered by the Colonial Communities. “I was amazed by the consistency of service

through every part of the rehab team,” says Mary Jo. “From my nurses and therapists to the dining staff, everyone was on the same page and everything I requested was done with a cheerful attitude.” Mindy Poling, MPT, DPT, program director at Berkeley Square’s Rehab Center, states, “We tailored programs to meet her needs, assessed pain management and, most importantly, kept the lines of

communication open to determine what was working and what wasn’t.” This team-based concept motivated Mary Jo to meet restorative goals of her own accord while still giving her “the right amount of push when necessary.” Encouraging Mary Jo – and all patients – to be active participants throughout the recovery See RECOVERY, Page 15

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Our comprehensive care teams at Berkeley Square & Westover are devoted to your rehabilitation from start to finish. OUR GOAL IS TO GET YOU FEELING LIKE YOURSELF AGAIN, and we provide support and encouragement every step of the way. Make a Colonial Community the destination for your complete recovery. We customize every step of your stay to ensure you’ll receive CARE DESIGNED ESPECIALLY FOR YOU.

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Call Jim Mayer at (513) 305-2144 for more information or to tour our Berkeley Square or Westover Communities.

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Celebrate spring with an easy ham meal

Any way you slice it, preparing a delicious and memorable ham dinner for Easter and other spring celebrations just got a lot easier. That’s because there is a toll-free hotline you can call to get answers for all your ham-related questions. From selecting the right-size ham for your gathering to easy preparation tips and even recipes for the leftovers, the hotline is prepared to offer even the novice cook help every step of the way. Staffed by experts, the Kentucky Legend Ham hotline at 866-3435058 is open Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Eastern Time, through April 30.

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» Most hams are precooked (read the label) and require only gentle reheating at 325° F to an internal temperature of 140° F. A boneless ham requires less than 10 minutes of preparation and

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process is part of the Colonial Communities unique style of care. “We set goals together,” Poling said. “We work together to achieve the same goal, but empower the patient to choose their own path.” Though now at home, Mary Jo continues to work toward regaining her active lifestyle by focusing on smaller victories such as walking steadily without crutches, tackling West | Northwest

generations. They are produced by Specialty Foods Group, Inc., a leading U.S. producer and marketer of a wide variety of premiumbranded and privatelabel processed meat products. Turn those leftovers into a delicious second meal with a ham and bean pot pie:

Ham and Bean Pot Pie

Try recipes that use leftover ham to create a delicious second meal. NAPS PHOTO

is exceptionally easy to slice and serve. » A ham dinner also has added benefits – tasty leftovers that can be enjoyed in everything from budget-conscious casseroles to tacos, soups and sandwiches. » Allow ¼ to 1⁄3 pound of boneless ham per serving; 1⁄3 to ½ pound for

the stairs and mastering low-impact exercise equipment. “None of this would be possible without the therapy I received at Berkeley Square,” she says in a heartfelt letter to Colonial Communities’ Jim Mayer. “Thanks to all of you for what you do and, just as importantly, the way you do it.” For more information or to schedule a tour at the Colonial Communities of Berkeley Square and Westover, call Jim Mayer, vice president of Health Services, at 513-305-2144.

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bone-in hams. » Ham is America’s favorite choice for sandwiches, followed by peanut butter and jelly. Ham is America’s favorite pork product. Kentucky Legend hams have been made for more than 100 years – by hand – from a recipe handed down through

2 cups diced Kentucky Legend Ham 1 (16-oz.) pkg. frozen peas and carrots 1 can great northern beans, drained 2 (10¾-oz.) cans cream of potato soup ½ cup milk ½ tsp. nutmeg ½ tsp. black pepper 2 refrigerated (9-inch) pie crusts Combine the first 7 ingredients. Spoon into the thawed pie crust that has been placed in a 9-inch pie pan. Cover with top crust. Slit top crust. Brush with egg. Bake at 375° F for 45 minutes to an hour, or golden brown. Cool for 10 minutes. For more recipes, visit www.specialtyfoodsgroup.com.

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