Passionate Care

12/12/2018
Location : Alexandria
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Purpose and meaning aid those with memory impairment

"We all, as family member, caregivers, and health professionals, can do more to reach and nurture the human spirit as memory impairment progresses in a loved one. A dementia diagnosis should not mean the end of a purposeful life."

- Loren Shook

Our very own President/CEO, Loren Shook, recently wrote an article for Senior Navigator, central Virginia's guide to aging well. In this article, Loren discusses how purpose and passion are the driving forces behind Silverado's enriching, world-class care.

To read the full article, click here.

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