Image caption: Paola Barbarino, Chief Executive Officer of Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI)
We at The Arbor Company care deeply about memory care and the fight to end dementia. One of the leading voices in the fight against Alzheimer’s is Alzheimer’s Disease International. We asked them to join us on our blog to share some recent insights. Here is a message from ADI’s CEO, Paola Barbarino:
On Sept. 7, 2017 credit reporting bureau Equifax announced a data breach that directly exposed the credit card numbers of 209,000 Americans and personal information of 143 million people. This incident potentially can impact even the most careful consumers simply because, well, they have a credit report on file with Equifax.
Across the U.S. people of all ages took a break on Monday, August 21 to view the first total eclipse since 1918. In honor of the rare astronomical event, residents and staff at Arbor Company communities held viewing parties and learned about the eclipse.
Meals are collective activities that allow us to socialize and engage with other members of our communities, and three square meals a day provide a great nutritional framework to keep our bodies healthy.
You would think that having a full-time job, plus a part-time job, would keep the Rev. Marquis Townes busy enough. But somehow, with the help of his family, he's found a way to also make a difference in the lives of children with special needs. And in a small way, the residents and staff of Eden Terrace in Spartanburg, S.C., are helping him do that this holiday season.