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Research Study Has Lasting Effects »

1/21/2015 8:00 am

Does a good gardener fertilize, water and prune petunias only until they’ve blossomed, leaving them to face the elements alone?

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Hanna Leads Affordable Housing Association »

1/19/2015 8:00 am

All for one, and one for all. The credo for “The Three Musketeers” rings true for ABHOW and its relationship with the affordable senior housing profession.

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Leon Gean: A Businessman »

1/16/2015 8:41 am

Leon Gean was a veteran, a businessman and, as many called him, a gentleman.

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Residents Help Students Get Ready to Learn »

1/15/2015 8:00 am

When Mary Mills learned that many families in her neighborhood couldn’t afford to send their children to school with supplies, she had to act.

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Affordable Housing Division Reorganizes as Beacon Communities »

1/14/2015 8:00 am

Across the nation, the need for affordable housing surpasses supply. On average, older adults wait between two and five years to move into these communities.

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Community Raises Alzheimer’s Awareness »

1/13/2015 11:00 am

If people understood more about Alzheimer’s disease, they’d be inspired to help find a cure.

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Giving Generously »

12/22/2014 1:37 pm

The successful $1.5 million campaign to bring ABHOW’s memory support program to Las Ventanas still feels like a fairy tale to some members of the Las Vegas community.

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A Pioneering Perspective: Kenneth Arrington »

12/18/2014 2:52 pm

Kenneth Arrington is an activist, singer, actor, public speaker and writer. But most importantly, he’s a voice for those who need one.

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Kay Kallander Receives Honor from LeadingAge »

12/7/2014 4:54 pm

Kay Kallander, ABHOW’s senior vice president of strategic planning, received the LeadingAge Award of Honor at the 2014 LeadingAge Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee, Oct. 19-22.

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Finding Wisdom and Sharing It Among Leaders »

12/3/2014 9:00 am

Although it might not be apparent at first glance, ABHOW’s Linda Coleman and Nikole Jay have a lot in common.