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Vaccines have certainly been in the news, with hot topics being childhood measles vaccination and the relative ineffectiveness of...
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The Oak Crest sales team receives hundreds of questions like these from prospective residents each...

Stories of Interest

Maris Grove Personal Moving Consultant Suzanne McAllister started helping Joanne and George Krippahnes nine months before their...
“I’d visited Ann’s Choice , it had an excellent reputation, and it fit my budget,” says Hugh McAveety about his decision to move...
Ruth Phillips knows Cedar Crest like the back of her hand. She should; she’s worked there for ten years. With an honest and...
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) took effect in January. Like any major system change, federal health care reform brings with it...
W hen Liz and Gabe Harrington decided to move from upstate New York to a location nearer their families—hers in Montgomery County...
Until this summer, when people saw Marie Adair with her son and daughter-in-law at Ann s Choice , Erickson Living s community in...