Jennifer Meagher RN is the owner of Senior Life LLC, Advocates and Consultants. Meagher founded and oversees the Better Business Partners Serving Seniors. She is on the Alzheimer’s Advocacy Committee and has specialized in geriatrics since 1998. She is called on by doctors, attorneys, and financial advisors to care for their clients and their families. Contact Jennifer at www.SeniorLifeGCM.com.
I am going to miss you. I come here every week and soak up what you have to say. Is there any way to get you to change your mind? I’m sure I’m not alone. The community needs you!
Say it isn’t so….
I have been writing for News 10 for nearly 10 years. I have reached a point where I just cannot continue to run my business, spend time with my family, and write here. I will miss all of my faithful readers and the wonderful letters. Today, I have listed out some of the resources available to families in our area. Thank you so much for your support and kind words.
Please visit me on Facebook: Jennifer Meagher RN. I will start a blog at some point and will post it there.
The trivia, researched and written by a wonderful gentleman, John Sproul, will continue on this website.
ADVICE AND RELATED SERVICES OR REFERRALS TO SERVICES
Catholic Family Services (see Eldersource, below)
FACEBOOK for Jennifer Meagher RN - BLOG is pending and will be announced there.
Jewish Family Services 461-0110
Lifespan 244-8400 (Also affiliated with Eldersource above.)
Office of the Aging - every county has one. 753-6280Ours is Monroe County Aging Office
Senior Life LLC (that’s me) 424-2424
Every major disease has an Association. Here are some examples. Add the disease of interest to you and the word “association” into an internet search.
Alzheimer Association 760-5400
American Cancer Society 288-1950
American Heart Association 426-4050
National Multiple Sclerosis Society 271-0801
National Parkinson’s Foundation 1-800-4PD-INFO
By John Sproul
Who was the first US president to live in the Executive Mansion in Washington, DC (now called the White House)?
A. George Washington
B. John Adams
C. Thomas Jefferson
D. James Madison
The correct answer is B.
Although John Adams (2nd US president) was technically the first, his single term was mostly over before he moved into the not-completely-finished Executive Mansion in Washington, DC. Adams spent most of his one term living in the President's House in Philadelphia, PA. He and his wife Abigail moved into the not-completely-finished Executive Mansion on November 1, 1800, and then lost his reelection bid to Thomas Jefferson (3rd US president) shortly thereafter. Abigail hung the family wash to dry in the unfinished East Room (because she didn't want the neighbors seeing the president's "unmentionables").