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When we think of overcoming obstacles, it’s hard to argue that anyone had more to overcome than Helen Keller. Yet Helen was human, and she didn’t go it alone; she relied on her friend and teacher, Susan Sullivan. While our circumstances may not resemble Helen’s in any way, it can be easy to feel alone […]

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Being Thankful

For many Americans, Thanksgiving represents perfection in a holiday tradition: family, friends, food, shopping, and of course football. As we reap the harvest and Black Friday deals, why not use this as a time to be thankful, to reflect on what’s most important? There are hundreds of reasons to be grateful. Perhaps most important is […]

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Is it Dementia?

For anyone over the age of 50, you know that the last time you misplaced your keys, or you forgot your sister’s birthday, you immediately thought ‘I have Alzheimer’s’. This knee-jerk reaction is a default for our generation. For years we’ve seen the commercials on TV, witnessed the cognitive decline of our older relatives and […]

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