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Celebrate National Assisted Living Week by volunteering

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To the Editor:

National Assisted Living Week (NALW) will take place Sept. 13-19.

This is an opportunity for the community at large to recognize the accomplishments and traditions of assisted living residents and to participate in a celebration of their lives and their continuous enrichment of our environment. Join more than 38,000 assisted living communities nationwide in celebrating this year’s theme “Traditions of the Heart.”

In commemoration of this special week, we invite you to share some of your traditions with Elmcroft of Lebanon residents. Creating and sharing traditions keeps people connected to each other and helps them celebrate life’s special moments. We invite you in to see how volunteering can change your life and the lives of our residents.

The National Center for Assisted Living established NALW in 1995 to provide a unique opportunity to bring together residents, families, employees, volunteers, and the surrounding community to celebrate residents and the services provided by the caring staff within assisted living communities.

To learn more about volunteering and how to get involved in assisted living, contact me at 615-444-7016 or email aclark@seniorcare-corp.com.

Ann Clark Community Relations Director Elmcroft of Lebanon

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