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Resident Spotlight – Caroline Casipit
Carlton Senior Living Elk Grove | September 30, 2019

Resident Spotlight – Caroline Casipit

Meet Carlton Senior Living spotlight resident, Caroline Casipit – Caroline Louise Boteilho was born on the island of Maui in Hawaii on December 7, 1937 and moved to Molokai island a year later. She is the second oldest of nine siblings who now live everywhere from Hawaii to Idaho. At the age of 19, Caroline moved to Hayward, California and was married to her husband, Calvin Casipit, for 52 years until his passing in 2012. Caroline and Calvin are parents to three sons, Calvin, Chaton and Clifford. Caroline is also the proud grandmother of five grandchildren and is the happy cat companion of Sofie. The ways to describe Caroline are adventurous, …

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Senior News, Science & Technology | September 23, 2019

Carlton Reduces Resident Falls by 31% with SafelyYou

Falls and fear of falling are often a big part of the decision for a resident and their family to choose assisted living. In assisted living, a care team can support making sure the right protections are in place, and if anything does happen, trained personnel are there to help. For residents with dementia who cannot necessarily advocate for themselves, it can be challenging for care staff to design effective fall management plans. This is one reason that adults living with dementia in assisted living and skilled nursing communities fall nearly twice as often as those without dementia. Moreover, an estimated 80% of falls in dementia care are …

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Resident Spotlight- Ashok & Shaila Patwahrdhan
Carlton Senior Living Concord | September 21, 2019

Resident Spotlight- Ashok & Shaila Patwahrdhan

Meet Carlton Senior Living resident spotlight couple- Ashok & Shaila Patwahrdhan. Ashok was born in Nagpur, India on July 21, 1937. He is the oldest of three boys. In October 1972 they moved to California for a new job since his last one had ended in New York. He got married to his wife on May 11,1961 in Bombay, India. They got married only a few weeks after getting to know each other and would not have it any other way. The had a big wedding with friends and family joining to celebrate the big day. They have 2 boys and a girl and appreciate when they spend time together since they are all not close by. They have four granddaughters and o …

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Elk Grove Job Fair
Carlton Associates & Career News | September 15, 2019

Elk Grove Job Fair

We’d love for you to join us for our Elk Grove job fair! Tuesday, September 24th, 2019  11:30 am to 4:00 pm Carlton Senior Living Elk Grove 6915 Elk Grove Blvd. Elk Grove, CA 95758 Location Details Walk-In interviews will be conducted. Come see our beautiful community and learn about employment opportunities. It takes a special group of employees to help our senior residents live their lives to the fullest, surrounded by love, kindness and care. We believe happy employees help to ensure happy residents, and that’s why we take great care in recruiting, training and retaining people who embrace and embody our unique “culture of caring.” We trea …

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Resident Spotlight- Sue Bolender

Resident Spotlight- Sue Bolender

Meet Carlton Senior Living resident spotlight- Sue Bolender. Sue was born in 1940 in San Francisco, California to Leslie and Elizabeth Stocker. Her father served in the military and her mother was a bookkeeper and an accountant. In her youth, Sue lived in Marin County as well as Hawaii where her father was stationed during his time in the service. After her father’s service ended, the family returned to Marin County and her parents eventually divorced when she was 8 years old. As a child, she also lived on her grandparent’s 50-acre salt marsh north of Novato with her cousins who were English colonials from China. In eighth grade, she moved to …

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“Why I Walk”

"Why I Walk"

“Why I Walk” Deanna Wong It all started with my mom casually sharing with me that my dad was changing and his behavior was “different” than it used to be. It was just little things: instead of paying at the cash register he would open up his wallet so my mom could pull out his money, or instead of ordering at a restaurant, he would just have the same thing my mom was having. But these little things eventually started to add up to a bigger picture. My father was a proud man and was amazingly adept at hiding his symptoms. With him, there was never an acknowledgement that there was anything wrong, and certainly no openness to seeking diagnosis o …

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