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An Unexpected Journey Through the Luthercare Continuum

Meet David Karl. Research shows a great majority of people 65 and older will need long-term care services at some point in their lifetimes, which is a big reason why Continuing Care Retirement Communities have soared in popularity over the past few decades.

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The Many Benefits of Our Disaster Response Work

You know that warm, fuzzy feeling you get when you give the perfect gift to a friend or family member? Perhaps you experienced that feeling again this past Christmas season. The recipient of your thoughtfulness expressed joy and excitement because of your generosity. It is such a blessing to experience! Well, it turns out that it is also good for your health!

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The Luther Acres Volunteer Program Offers Comfort During End-of-Life Journey

At Luther Acres, a group of dedicated volunteers provides a steady, reassuring presence to campus residents as they near their final hours of life.

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Building Confidence in Children Through Strategic Play

Most people are aware that practicing yoga has many positive impacts on adult health and wellness. But did you know there are countless benefits for children as well? According to Nikki Waldron, Director of Luthercare for Kids – Lancaster, even children as young as one and two can benefit from yoga.

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Fighting Against Seasonal Affective Disorder

With clouds, snow and cold temperatures, winter days are often short and dreary. Combined with less natural light, the symptoms for depression can be exacerbated, making winter a daunting and difficult time of year for people of all ages. Seniors are at an even greater risk of developing depression, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Roughly six percent of those in northern U.S.

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