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Treating People Like Family at Astoria Senior Living

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The Dementia Whisperer

The Dementia Whisperer


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Join the Dementia Whisperer is live on the road at Astoria Gardens in Tracy California, along with their amazing leadership team!  Astoria is home to a unique family, a circle that encompasses residents and staff – and their families too. Every employee provides the kind of care we’d want for our own loved ones.

In the best families, members of all ages treat each other with respect. They encourage and listen to one another. It’s where we rejoice, play and grieve together; where individuality is appreciated; where we learn and grow together. Safe harbor and unconditional love are found there.

People thrive when they feel like part of a cherished family, knowing they’re surrounded by those who only want what’s best for them. It’s also a comforting, supportive and healing environment for those who are facing loss or illness.

We understand that families often want to care for their loved one themselves, and may feel guilty if circumstances make home care an untenable or unsafe solution. But by letting Astoria take care of the day-to-day details, families are free to focus on spending more quality time — just talking, walking or laughing together.

Our promise is to serve families through good communication, helpful resources and support programs, and our special Family Traditions events.

Join us this week to find out more about Astoria.  This is a live and interactive show, so call and share your dementia care journey.

The first two callers today will recieve a free copy of my book, A Loving Approach to Dementia Care.  It's easy!  Simply pick up the phone and call 1-929-477-1393.  We look forward to hearing from you.

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