St. John's Living- December 2022

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The Blessing of Finding Joy Where You Live
Residents Who Served on Veterans Day page 9 Staying
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Caregivers page 11 DECEMBER 2022
Connected to
Places We
by Heart page
John’s Made One Recent Guest a Believer page
St. John’s Awarded Exhale Grant to Support Family


St. John’s will lead and inspire a shift in society’s views of elderhood by embracing and celebrating life’s experiences.


St. John’s embraces life with vibrant, caring, and life-affirming relationships.

We embrace living by being . . .

Innovative Respectful Friendly Responsive Compassionate Fun

Places We Know by Heart

It is no secret that staying connected is a critically important aspect of growing older. And while studies show that maintaining connections with people in our lives vastly improves our quality of life, so too does remaining connected to the places we love. Continuing to visit the locations we have grown passionate about over our lifetimes can provide much needed feelings of joy and comfort.

For much of this year, St. John’s has been celebrating how residents can remain connected to their favorite local places after moving to a St. John’s community. “Places We Know by Heart” highlights St. John’s residents who continue to engage with places they have been passionate about for most of their lives. Each video features a special bond between person and place that is truly meaningful.


Editor: Tom Harner

Vice President of Marketing: Jennifer Lesinski

Chief Executive Officer: Charlie Runyon

Executive Director, St. John’s Foundation: Anne Mc Kenna

Mount Hope Cemetery

Pat Corcoran moved to St. John’s Meadows earlier this year from an apartment in Pittsford. With the move, she situated herself just blocks from what she calls “a true Rochester jewel.” Pat serves as the president of Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery, the non-profit organization tasked with restoring, preserving, and encouraging public use of this beautiful Victorian cemetery known for its rolling landscapes and grave sites of the likes of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass. Now Pat is ready to share this sometimes overlooked Rochester attraction with her new neighbors at St. John’s.





Genesee River

Brickstone by St. John’s

Doris Adamek has been serving as a tour guide for decades— leading locals on fascinating day trips and overnight excursions across Rochester, the Finger Lakes region, and beyond. Since the early 1990s Doris has presided over hundreds of tours for the participants at the Town of Penfield’s Senior Center. Each tour features interesting facts and stories enriching the experience for travelers as they visit historical sites and popular locales. Now a resident at St. John’s Meadows, the captive audiences she entertains on tours and other programs are made up of her fellow residents.

Doris Adamek has been serving as a tour guide for decades— leading locals on fascinating day trips and overnight excursions across Rochester, the Finger Lakes region, and beyond. Since the early 1990s Doris has presided over hundreds of tours for the participants at the Town of Penfield’s Senior Center. Each tour features interesting facts and stories enriching the experience for travelers as they visit historical sites and popular locales. Now a resident at St. John’s Meadows, the captive audiences she entertains on tours and other programs are made up of her fellow residents.

St. John’s Home

Highland Park

St. John’s Meadows

Jim Kelly’s favorite lilac is “the President Lincoln,” a blueflowered bush that blooms right in time for Rochester’s annual Lilac Festival—a 10-day event in May attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. This particular lilac was planted steps from the entrance to St. John’s Home and Jim can tell you everything about it. In fact, as a retired Monroe County Parks Plant Taxonomist, Jim can tell you all about nearly every tree, bush, and flower located on the 150 acres of grounds throughout Highland Park. Stroll with Jim through the Park and see the natural beauty that surrounds St. John’s Home.


5-Star Reviews Highlight Value of St. John’s Communities

“I love being here (at Brickstone by St. John’s). Everyone has been so welcoming. The townhouse is much more than I expected. The quality of the appliances and other features are the best. Thank you for accepting me into the community. I feel right at home . . . (among tons of boxes).”

A Story of Recovery at St.



“If you touched my legs it was like sheer agony,” says Tracy Main, whose fall in the shower on Mother’s Day of 2022 thrust him into a whirlwind of hospital visits and assessments before reaching St. John’s Rehabilitation Services, where he began his recovery journey to get back home. “I couldn’t walk. My feet felt like dead weights.”

“I have been here for almost a year and it’s a great place. The staff is amazing (even remembering everyone’s name). There are so many programs and you can be as busy as you want. I am so happy that I made the move (to St. John’s Meadows).”

Tracy admits that when he was provided a list of possible rehabilitation service providers to choose from, he was not well-informed about the options. After the third time of being asked where he wanted to go by the hospital social worker, his wife looked at him—urging him to make a choice. “I did not know what to expect,” says Tracy, “I said fine; let’s go to St. John’s.”

The transition from the hospital to St. John’s Rehabilitation Center was quick and shortly after arriving, Tracy recalls being settled in his room. “It was a very friendly atmosphere. Everyone introduced themselves,” says Tracy.

Once physical therapy began, Tracy says his recovery really progressed. Having the same three therapists as part of his team was something he truly valued. “The consistency was the best,” says Tracy. “The therapists pushed me further and further. They were excellent.”

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“Most times all you hear about upon someone’s discharge are the bad experiences endured during their stay,” says Tracy, who is now home continuing his recovery. “I would return in a minute, if I had to for rehab. Nothing but high marks from me, thank you,”



St. John’s is grateful to all who contributed to St. John’s Foundation from February 1, 2022 through July 31, 2022. Your gifts support our vision of enhancing the lives of St. John’s residents through social programming, physical fitness activities, creative and recreational arts therapy, and spiritual programming. Donors who give a minimum of $500 per year to the Annual Fund are acknowledged as members of the Highland Park Society. Please note that a small handful of donors appear in this issue’s list, but contributed earlier in 2022.

Annual Fund


Founders ($2,500-$4,999)

Mr. Joseph T. Lapczenski

Benefactors ($1,000 - $2,499)

Alstom Signaling Foundation, Inc. Louis P. and Betty A. Iacona Fund

Dr. and Mrs. Mahendra M. Nanavati

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Wallace, Jr.

Sponsors ($500 - $999)

Mr. and Mrs. C. John Matteson

Contributors ($250 - $499)

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Affolter Mr. Paul M. Gardella

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Knox

Dr. Heather R. Sobel and Dr. Darren A. Tabechian

Mr. and Ms. Donald H. Sterner, Jr. Trinity Emmanuel Lutheran Church Janet and Tim Wixom


Friends ($1 - $249)

AmazonSmile Foundation Anonymous (16) Ms. Audrey Arber Ms. Judy Barillo Ms. Sally Barnum Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beck Mr. Mac Beckwith Ms. Susannah Bellanca

Mrs. Robin Benoit

Mr. and Mrs. John Blodgett Mr. Ralph E. Boston

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Brownyard, Sr. Ms. Leslie Buck

Mr. Donald T. Campanelli

Ms. Harriet Caputo

Mr. Thomas F. Chase

Ms. Cynthia Christa

Ms. Caron A. Coapman

Ms. Marilyn F. Colby

Mrs. Elizabeth M. Collia Ms. Carol A. Collins

Ms. Mary Beth Cook

Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Copeland

Mr. and Ms. James Cuddeback Ms. Mary J. Cupolo Mr. Richard S. Dennison Mr. and Mrs. Mendal W. Dick Ms. Laura Diehl Lt. Michael DiGiovanni Ms. Nancy Dinsmore Ms. Eve Donahue Ms. Diane Drechsler Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eller Ms. Monica Epps Ms. Berdjouhi Esmerian Ms. Karen Felker Ms. Theresa M. Figura Ms. Patricia Fine Mr. and Mrs. Michael Foss Mr. and Mrs. David Foster Ms. Rae P. Fradkin Ms. M. Lois Gauch Mr. Richard Geiss Ms. Rebecca A. Hess Ms. Janet C. Hickman Mr. John B. Hodgetts Ms. Marguerite Holderle

Mr. and Mrs. David Hoover Ms. Brenda Irwin Ms. Roberta Johnson Ms. Sara Kelch

Ms. Kathleen Kelly Ms. Barbara Kesel Ms. Donna Kilker Dr. and Mrs. David N. Kluge Mr. James Kolovos and Ms. Anne E. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Richard Labore Mr. and Mrs. John Lacitignola Ms. Jean Levitt

Licciardi Radio Services, Inc. Ms. Jean and Mr. George Loomis Ms. Angela MacDonald

Mr. and Mrs. George Magin Mr. Clinton Manning Ms. Annabelle V. Martin Ms. Heidi Martinez Ms. Peg McArthur

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Michael Mr. and Mrs. Terry Miller Mrs. Gillian A. Monell Mr. Mark Montanari Ms. Pamela A. Moore Mr. Timothy Nothnagle Ms. Cheryl O’Marra

Ms. Lisa Osiecki

Mr. D.J. Persson

Pinnacle Lutheran Church Ms. Ellen Pochmara

Mr. Guy Prentice, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rosenbaum Mrs. Elizabeth A. Sabo

Mr. Leendert Schaap

Mr. John Schaefer

Ms. Eileen Schechner

Mr. Christopher Schmitt

Mr. Daniel Seils

Mr. and Mrs. David W. Shaffer

Ms. Reva Sipser

Mrs. Esther Smalline Ms. Angelina F. Snyder

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Stratton Ms. Diane Vining Ms. Susan Vinocour

Mr. and Mrs. James Vitale Mrs. Marjorie Wallace Mr. Marlene Walvoord Ms. Nancy Warren-Oliver

Ms. Kathleen H. White Mr. Donald R. Wilder Ms. Rene Wimer Ms. Krystal Wright

33rd Annual Golf Tournament SPONSORS


Alesco Advisors LLC

Bonadio Group Bison Elevator Service

The Brognia Family Buffalo Pharmacies

Chudy Paper Company

Crosby-Brownlie, Inc. EZaccessMD

FirstLight Gallagher

Generations Child Care Genesee Regional Bank

Mr. David Guadagnino, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Harper Danesh LLC

The Hartford HealthDirect Pharmacy Services High Falls Advisors JFS/Curtze


While not completely without challenge, 2022 was marked with sparks of growth and renewal. We are grateful for all those whose support has made our continued success and new beginnings possible.

From our St. John’s family to yours, may you experience the warmth of unlimited joy this holiday season!

K2 Brothers Brewing

LECESSE Construction LMT Technology Solutions M/E Engineering

MatrixCare by ResMed Messner Flooring Micatu Inc. Northwest Bank Pathfinder Engineers Postler & Jaeckle Corp Radec Electric Corporation R-Options, Inc.

Scaccia Tile & Marble, Inc. Special Care Systems Stantec

SWBR Underberg & Kessler LLP Wegmans Wellington Steele & Associates, Inc. Xerox


Anonymous (3)

Ms. Alexandra Bailey

Mr. Kevin Beach, CPA

Mr. Shawn Burr

Ms. Annette Cucchiara

Ms. Theresa Daum

Ms. Stephanie Donnelly

Mr. and Mrs. James G. Gould Ms. Stephanie Gradinger Ms. Sue Habbersett

Ms. Ruth Hedin

Mr. Erik W. Hoppin Ms. JoAnn Kane-DeMott

Mr. Jason Kelley Ms. Cathryn Kernehan Ms. Jeanne Kingsley Ms. Ann Kowal

Ms. Eliza Kozlowski

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krusenstjerna Ms. Paula Mastrolonardo

Ms. Katherine McCormick

Ms. Anne and Mr. Francis Mc Kenna

Ms. Sheila and Mr. Dan O’Brien

Mr. David J. Persson

Mr. Adam Roeder

Mr. Charlie Runyon

Dr. Eloise Schrag

Ms. Stella Slaight

Ms. Eileen Stasczak

Ms. Joyce Talbot

Mr. David Tang

Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Visco

COVID-19 Care

Mr. David S. Durfee

Mr. David Hartman

Ms. Chanh Thi Nguyen

Embracing Dementia



Anonymous (1) Ms. Rhonda V. Carges M&T Bank

Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Mancini

Underberg & Kessler LLP


Aladdin’s Natural Eatery

Anonymous (1 ) Baker Street Bakery Mrs. Robin Benoit

Big Oak Driving Range

Bill Gray’s Inc. The Bird House

BJ’s Wholesale Club

Black and Blue Steak and Crab Blackfriars Theatre

Castaways on the Lake Restaurant Century Liquor and Wines

Cheesy Eddie’s

Colonial Belle

Ms. Daryl Dear Cubitt Delta Sonic

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Rochester

Downstairs Cabaret Theatre

Ms. Lynne Fiero

Flaherty’s Three Flags Inn

Anne Mc Kenna Executive Director, St. John's Foundation Charlie Runyon President and
“Gratitude is a powerful catalyst for happiness. It’s the spark that lights a fire of joy in your soul. -Amy Collette

Fort Hill Liquor Store


Genesee Brewing Company

Genesee Country Village and Museum

George Eastman Museum

Geva Theatre

Goldfish Swim School Mr. Bernard Grossman Hegedorn’s Market Ms. Morgan Holsopple

Irish Mafia Brewing Co, LLC

Lima Country Club

The Little Theatre Mamma G’s Ristorante Italiano Marketview Liquor Ms. Anne and Mr. Francis Mc Kenna Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester Ms. Carmel S. Merrill

Messner Flooring Ms. Barbara G. and Ms. Pamela A. Mestler MicGinny’s on the River

Midvale Country Club National Baseball Hall of Fame Ms. Leanne K. Pappano

Pepsi Beverages Company Pinnacle Wine and Liquor Pittsford Pub and Grille Point of the Bluff Vineyards

Premier Pastry Dr. Olena M. Prokopovych and Mr. David Tang

Ravenwood Golf Club Reservoir Creek Golf Course Mr. John R. Rhoades

Rochester Museum and Science Center Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra

Rochester Red Wings Baseball

Rochester Rotary

Mrs. Elizabeth A. Sabo St. John’s Meadows and Brickstone by St. John’s Ms. Matsumi Schreyer Seabreeze Park

Ms. Bridget Shumway and Mr. David Seconi

The Strong National Museum of Play Three Heads Brewing Tops Friendly Markets #412 Tops Friendly Markets #416 US Foods

Victor Hills Country Club Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. Wizard of Clay Wright Beverage Distributing

Illumination of Love

Mr. Edward Leva and Dr. Shellie Yussman

In Appreciation of St. John’s Home Staff at 150 Highland Avenue

Mr. Patrick Conradt

Mr. and Mrs. James F. DiMarsico Mrs. Daphne Hemmings Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Huse Mr. Robert Krist

In memory of Betty Kruppenbacher and in honor of St. John’s South 4 Staff and Chaplain Mr. and Mrs. Paul LaChapelle Ms. Marj Lewish

In honor of St. John’s Rehab staff Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Mancini Mr. David Nowatka Ms. Meg Palmer

In memory of Vincent S. Parks, Jr. Ms. Patricia J. Parks Ms. Gussie Tanenhaus

Mr. and Mrs. James Vitale Mr. James Wischmeyer

Senior Housing Employee Fund in Appreciation of Employees of St. John’s Meadows and Brickstone by St. John’s

In memory of Sadie and Jane Cole

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cole

In memory of Margaret Coleman Ms. Linda M. Coleman

Rochester Retired Pediatrician’s Group

In Appreciation of St. John’s Home Staff at Penfield Green House Homes Ms. Anne Greenberg Restricted Gifts

In memory of Marion B. Lane Cornerstone Eye Associates

St. John’s Spiritual Life

In memory of Ruth Lockamyeir Ms. Nancy J. Burns Mr. Daniel Seils

Monica Epps

After several years as an overnight nurse at St. John’s Home, Monica Epps wanted something different. “I decided to take what I have and help others.” Now a nurse educator, Monica knows just how important her work is. And it turns out that mentoring the next generation of St. John’s nurses and CNAs is where Monica’s efforts can be most impactful.

Monica is one of several “Steadfast Servants” we have been highlighting all year. The 2022 St. John’s Annual Report illustrates just how crucial it is to have engaged staff members that truly care about the residents they serve.

“I love being a nurse. I love caring for people.”

Tribute Gifts

In memory of Janet Allen

Ms. Anne and Mr. Francis Mc Kenna

In memory of Paul W. Briggs Ms. Beatrice Briggs

In memory of Ann Burgess Child and Family Resources

In memory of Angelina D’Onofrio

Ms. Anne and Mr. Francis Mc Kenna

In memory of Judith A. FInch

Ms. Karen E. LaCotte Ms. Theresa Richard Ms. Beverly B. Sesnie Ms. Martha N. Zonneville

In memory of Esther Hammer Ms. Patricia J. Parks

In memory of George Hoffman

Ms. Mary Louise Huff

Ms. Anne and Mr. Francis Mc Kenna

In memory of Marion Lane Mrs. and Mr. Lois I. Cornell Mrs. Patricia M. Curran

In memory of Ruth Lockamyeir Mrs. Ruth B. Otto Ms. Kathleen Slocum

In memory of Richard Lunt Mr. and Mrs. Jack Maniloff In memory of Joan McIver Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Minerd

In memory of Cecil Palmer Ms. Kathleen J. Zicari In memory of Lucille Peterson Mrs. and Mr. Constance L. Felicetti

In memory of Linda Gold Ruda Mr. David Orange

In memory of Marilyn Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Altilio

Ms. Carol H. Barnes

Ms. Katherine A. Burkin-Warner

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carey

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fish

Ms. Janet N. Hecker

Ms. Noreen K. Karg

Mr. and Ms. John Quinn

Ms. Gladys S. Sobreck-Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Swarthout

Ms. and Mr. Nancy A. Tavino

Give the Gift of Comfort and Companionship

As dementia care evolves, the use of technology to support residents living with the disease will become more and more important. St. John’s believes in using innovation to improve quality of life for residents as well as the quality of their care within a complex health care system, and we frequently explore ways to achieve this end. Though sometimes, it is simple tools that make day-to-day life less complicated and bring instant joy that are the most meaningful.

Eighty percent of residents at St. John’s Home are living with Alzheimer’s disease, Vascular dementia, Lewy body dementia, or another form of cognitive impairment. Beyond Memory—the St. John’s dementia care program—is designed with the individual in mind and features a “Joy Plan” that outlines ways to bring each individual resident comfort throughout the day. For some, it is familiar music that eases the stress of unfamiliar situations and offers moments of peace. For others, caring for a simple baby doll is enough to soothe their spirits. Still others love the interactive dogs and cats that can turn lonely moments into joyous occasions filled with genuine companionship.

The St. John’s Foundation “Giving Tuesday” campaign for 2022 focused on raising funds for these simple items that bring hours of joy and comfort to residents. Your donation—regardless of the amount—brought more of these impactful tools directly to residents living in long-term care.



Veterans Day: Honoring Those Who Served

In recent years, a new St. John’s Veterans Day tradition has emerged. In November 2020— during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic—St. John’s Infection Preventionist and Navy Veteran Bob Wesley started visiting each neighborhood at St. John’s Home dressed in full military uniform. Wesley first set out to spend a few minutes with each veteranresident to thank them for their service. “When nobody could come in a visit and spend time with the veterans, I took that upon myself to make this day special to them,” explained Wesley.

Veterans Day is always an important date on the calendar at St. John’s. Year after year, staff members across the St. John’s spectrum of senior services—some being military veterans themselves—work together to make sure veteran-residents feel loved and appreciated. This year was no exception, as once again several dozen veterans were honored for their service at two special ceremonies on November 11.

Residents and employees first gathered at a morning service in the Auditorium at St. John’s Home. Residents who had previously served in the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines were all acknowledged for their contributions during the special event, which included a spirited medley of patriotic songs and a parade at the conclusion of the service.

The afternoon saw a special veterans appreciation luncheon and ceremony where independent and assisted living residents filled the Briarwood Dining Room. Each veteran of the United States military from St. John’s Meadows, Brickstone by St. John’s, and the Hawthorne—over four dozen residents in all—were honored for their own unique service to their country and had the opportunity to share their experiences with neighbors.

Wesley once again took the time to visit and honor each veteran this year. A few of Wesley’s special visits were even featured in a news story that aired later that evening. ”It’s an honor to have someone like that care enough to this day to take care of guys like us that served years, back,” resident and U.S. Army veteran Raymond McAvoy told 13WHAM News, illustrating just how meaningful these visits have become.


St. John’s Resource Can Provide Support to Caregivers Everywhere

This November marked two years since St. John’s went live with the online dementia resource center for caregivers. Launched at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, this website gives caregivers everywhere access to a range of meaningful content to help them through the day-to-day challenges of caregiving. When family caregivers were struggling the most, the St. John’s online dementia resource center became the right resource at just the right time.

Two years after its launch, the website continues to feature fresh information and perspectives for both those in the early stages of their caring journeys as well as seasoned caregivers. This award winning resource is free and open for anyone in the community.

A Tool Box for At Home Dementia Caregivers

St. John’s Online Dementia Resource Center helps caregivers for people living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. Specific resources include:

• Articles on a full range of topics from safety to bathing

• Resources for new and experienced caregivers

• Videos from real caregivers in our area

• Answers to real caregiver questions from Ask Mimi

• Dementia-focused book reviews

• Facebook community and eNewsletter

• Links to local service providers



The month of November was designated as Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month in 1983 by then President Ronald Reagan. On November 18, staff and residents across the St. John’s spectrum of senior services wore purple in an effort to raise awareness for the disease affecting millions across the country and around the world. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 11 million Americans act as unpaid caregivers for a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.

New Caregiver is also New to St. John’s

“I am a planner and an organizer,” explains Barbara Smith, new to St. John’s Meadows as of 2022 and new to the role of caregiver. “I measure everything.” She and her husband Bill had been exploring a move from their townhouse in Pittsford for quite some time— spending over three years attending events at area senior living communities and visiting friends who chose to move to independent living.

When Bill was diagnosed with dementia, Barbara felt it was important to be open about it and “tell everyone” in order to learn as much as they could from others. The priority became finding a place that was accepting and knowledgeable about those living with dementia, as well as one that could provide access to resources and supports in this area.

St. John’s Awarded Exhale Grant to Help Expand Caregiver Support

St. John’s Foundation was recently named as one of 12 grantees to receive funds for “innovative collaborative projects” to support caregivers. Exhale, the Family Caregiver Initiative, announced St. John’s as an awardee of grant dollars from the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation for programs and initiatives poised to bring significant impact to caregivers across Western New York and beyond.

Funds from the grant will help support plans for St. John’s to build a physical dementia resource center at 150 Highland Avenue as well as its current offering, the online dementia resource center. Fellow awardee Lifespan of Greater Rochester joins St. John’s as a partner in this endeavor to give local residents access to important resources and guidance.

While Barbara and Bill found similarities between independent living providers during their visits, they both felt that St. John’s offered a “different kind of culture”—neighbors getting to know neighbors and truly caring about one another. They moved to St. John’s Meadows this summer and the transition has gone well.

Barbara has learned that getting situated into a more supportive setting “sooner rather than later” has it’s benefits. The services and supports provided by St. John’s Meadows are just what the Smiths were looking for in their next home. “All of the amenities here. I just cannot say enough good things about it.”


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St. John’s Happiness Experts on WXXI’s Connections

New York Times reporter John Leland visited Brickstone by St. John’s this fall to discuss his book Happiness is a Choice You Make. Prior to the event, Leland joined Connections with Evan Dawson along with Brickstone residents Liz Sabo and Sue Bovay and St. John’s Vice President of Skilled Services Nate Sweeney. During the hourlong radio conversation, John, Sue, Liz, Nate, and Evan discussed embracing happiness as you age, the importance of helping others, and perhaps most importantly, finding purpose later in life.


Short-Term Physical Rehabilitation for Those with Dementia Diagnosis

St. John’s has designed a customized approach to physical rehabilitation services that is specifically designed for individuals living with Alzheimer ’s disease and other forms of dementia. A focus on both physical and cognitive needs means faster recovery rates and potentially avoiding higher levels of care following hospitalization.


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