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Why Caregivers Need Self-Care

Posted on Sep 11, 2017

When Jennifer Tang realized her mother was spiraling into a downward slump of despair she booked an appointment with a Psychiatrist who diagnosed her mother with clinical depression. “At the beginning, some days I felt hopeless and waited for it to pass” she says.  It’s been 10 years now that her mother has been depressed. Throughout this time, Jennifer has learned how to cope with her mother’s depression and shift in mood and continues to learn the importance of self-care.

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The Terrace Restaurant hosts high-tea party!

Posted on Aug 25, 2017

The Food, Beverage and Hospitality team hosted a tea party for clients and tenants after receiving a generous donation of delicious teas.

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SPLC volunteer Jackie Mac watches as his students play Machet

How this ancient game creates community

Posted on Aug 21, 2017

The greatest creations come from a pure desire to help others. Machet was one such creation. Machet is a derivative of the ancient tile-based mind game Mahjong, and it was created by long time SPLC volunteer Jackie Mac. Jackie created the game 19 years ago and has changed many lives with it. He and the game have brought pleasure, health, and community to dozens of local seniors.

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Ageless Grace Class: Rekindling Youthfulness in Seniors

Posted on Aug 8, 2017

Ageless Grace class at SPLC recreation stimulates the mind and body of attendees through exciting and youthful games.

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