January 5

Assisted and Senior Living News – January 2022

Read about news and information including Gardant residents’ holiday memories, an inspiring story of a painter with Parkinson’s disease, tips for less stressful holiday meals for caregivers of older adults, and more!

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  • Mike Durbin says:

    Good afternoon,
    My name is Mike Durbin and I represent a client that owns 34 Acres in Caseyville, IL off of IL-159. We currently have multiple parcels ready to develop in front of the Tanglewood Development site and feel that an additional location for Cambridge in this area would fit very well. The physical address is 8029-8035 North Illinois Street, Caseville, but more information can be found at http://www.barbermurphy.com. I can be reached at 618-960-8675 for further information.

    Thank you in advance!

    Mike Durbin

  • Kristin Smeltzer says:

    My husband was diagnosed with early onset Parkinson’s disease at 67. His symptoms were shuffling of feet, slurred speech, low volume speech, degradation of handwriting, horrible driving skills, and his right arm is held at 45 degree angle. He was placed on Sinemet for 7 months and then Sifrol and rotigotine were introduced which replaced the Sinemet but he had to stop due to side effects. We tried every shot available but nothing was working. There has been little if any progress in finding a reliable treatment, I quit my meds due to side effects. Our care provider introduced us to Kycuyu Health Clinic Parkinson’s herbal treatment. The treatment is a miracle. My husband has recovered significantly! Visit www. kycuyuhealthclinic. co m

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