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Two area health care professionals were recognized for excellence recently by the Arkansas Health Care Association at a banquet at the John Q. Hammons Convention Center in Rogers, Ark. Two are with the Pleasant Manor Nursing and Rehab Center in Ashdown, Ark.
Baby Boomers' slow crawl into senior citizenry will push and pull the Amarillo economy in the coming years, with tourism, medicine and workplaces all being affected. The Baby Boomer generation includes any American born between 1946 and 1964, when the post-World War II birth rate bump subsided.
The provincial government's announcement that a new long-term care home will be built in Corner Brook, with construction starting in the fall, is getting mixed reactions. On the one hand, the St. John's Board of Trade is praising the province's decision to work with the private sector on the initiative.
According to a recent survey by Transamerica, most workers think that the financial challenges they'll face in retirement will be harder to overcome than the challenges that prior generations faced. Do you agree?Read on to find out workers' top concerns about retirement and Social Security, and why they're so concerned.
The long-term care home stopped accepting new residents in November after home-operators St. Joseph's Care Group was ordered by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to temporarily cease admissions. St. Joseph's Care Group CEO Tracy Buckler said Friday that a plan was developed to satisfy the terms of the order and restore admissions.