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July 4th at The Charlotte July 4th at The Charlotte
The Charlotte hosted a car parade to celebrate Independence Day in a safe way during COVID-19. The team invited friends, loved ones, and team members to decorate their cars and show up for their Members to join in on the celebration.
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Seniors Team Up with Girl Scouts During COVID-19 Seniors Team Up with Girl Scouts During COVID-19
Members at The Charlotte have spent the last few months building friendships with a local group of girl scouts. During the COVID-19 pandemic, they safely joined together through The Charlotte’s J.O.Y. (Joining Older and Younger) Program.
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What is Long Term Care Insurance? What is Long Term Care Insurance?
As you get older, the tasks you complete on a daily basis may not come with the ease they used to. The need for outside care may seem like a long way away, but it’s never too early to start planning.
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2020 Silver Pen Winners 2020 Silver Pen Winners
On April 3rd, The Charlotte, a luxury senior living community in Charlotte, announced the winners of the Silver Pen Scholarship Competition. The Silver Pen Competition has been hosted by The Charlotte’s parent company, The Maxwell Group, since 2012.
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Why Do People With Dementia Wander? Why Do People With Dementia Wander?
One of the most dangerous behaviors associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease is wandering. Taking the steps to prevent wandering can keep your loved one safe and ensure that they aren’t at risk outside of their home.
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10 Benefits of Becoming a CNA 10 Benefits of Becoming a CNA
Close your eyes, think about how your future would look in a given career. Would you join the military, go to trade school, or attend a college? These are just a few options for when you’re re-evaluating where your career path is going.
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5 Fun Holiday Activities in Charlotte, North Carolina 5 Fun Holiday Activities in Charlotte, North Carolina
There’s something special about the holiday season. While there may be a chill in the air, there’s an even stronger warmth in the hearts of many. It’s a time to be thankful for friends and family, celebrate a year gone by and look forward to a year ahead.
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A Guide to Assisted Living A Guide to Assisted Living
Are you considering Assisted Living for yourself or your loved one? There are a variety of questions associated with the transition into assisted living, including how Assisted Living differs from other care services and how to identify when it’s time to
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Finding Local Resources for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Finding Local Resources for Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Someone you love was just diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or Dementia. What comes next? This diagnosis can bring up an entire spectrum of emotions such as Anger, Relief, Depression, Fear, and Sense of Loss which can be overwhelming.
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