By Patricia Corrigan for Next Avenue
Five years ago, when I sold my 1,700-square-foot condo in St. Louis County, Mo., in preparation for a move to a small apartment in San Francisco, Calif., I knew I had to get rid of at
This month, we conclude our look at the history of Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America as we celebrate the organization’s 65th anniversary.
In 2006, SSM Health Care of St. Louis moved its St. Joseph’s Hospital from a site in Kirkwood, Mo. As
We often recall the story of Alice Kalb, who at 90 traveled to a 1947 Presbyterian Synod meeting to ask for a retirement community in Kansas.
According to Edwin Shafer, senior vice president of development, what Mrs. Kalb basically told the Synod was:
Located on the 2400 block of south Kansas Avenue, Wilson’s Greenhouse and Flower Shop was a Topeka staple for 30 years. Topeka Presbyterian Manor residents John and Betty Goodin fondly recall the many years they spent working hard to bring beautiful
Topeka Presbyterian Manor was one of three not-for-profit retirement communities sponsoring a showing of “I’ll Be Me,” a documentary about Glen Campbell’s journey through Alzheimer’s disease. Forty residents, family members and employees
From neighbors to relatives to the pizza delivery woman, it’s critical to have people looking out for a parent who’s aging in place
By Winnie Yu for Next Avenue
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If you’re looking out for a parent in declining health who continues to live alone, and who resides more than an hour’s drive away, consider yourself a long-distance caregiver.