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To allow frail seniors and persons with Alzheimer's disease to remain at home, with family and as members of the community rather than being forced into nursing home placement.
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I've been caring for my father for more than four year and his dementia has worsened dramatically. My doctor referred me to Barbara Fetty at The Tender and that literally changed our lives. Unfortunately my dads disease was too advanced by the time I found The Tender for him to become a member but...
When I first visited The Tender 2 years ago, I was amazed at all the laughter & enthusiasm the clients were showing at The Tender. It is amazing watching them have so much fun! My grandmother had Alzheimers many years ago. I wish my aunt & I would have known about this organization when she ...
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I was introduced to The Tender when my family moved to town ten years ago. My husband and I enjoyed attending the annual "love me tender" event, where we enjoyed the company of our friends, learned about the organization and gladly bid on wonderful auction items. I was so impressed I volunteered to ...
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