Monthly Archives: May 2019

Wesley by the Bay Sherman 1

By Kathryn Speer Although the staff here is small, one person stands out as a model we all should aspire to. She is not your average person, and certainly not an average associate. She does good deeds because she is a good person, not for the pat on the back. She is Kerileigh, “Keri” Sherman, …

Senior Mother With Cancer Spending Time With Her Adult Son

Know your body But none of this means that older women should not be concerned about their breast health. It is important to know your breasts, be aware of any changes and contact your physician if you notice a change. For women over 60, there are some red flags that warrant a check by a …

We’re survivors!

Know your body But none of this means that older women should not be concerned about their breast health. It is important to know your breasts, be aware of any changes and contact your physician if you notice a change. For women over 60, there are some red flags that warrant a check by a …

Portrait of a senior woman gardening

What Do You Mean No Mammogram?! A Look at Breast Health Practices As Women Grow Older With more than 30 years of oncology experience, most of them focused on caring for women diagnosed with breast cancer, I’ve been asked more than a few times to speak or write about breast cancer in older women. This …

The Shores Longnecker Don & Nancy

By Josh Kinney joshmkinney@gmail.com   OCEAN CITY, N.J. – A gushing abundance of positive energy radiates from Nancy Longnecker, keeping her body, mind, and spirit young, witty, and sharp. For 90, one would think she was at least 20 years younger. Her secret? She simply embodies what she focuses on: a joyous mindset of gratitude. Scenes, …

Life is full of challenges, and one of the most difficult things to do is to say goodbye to a loved one. Here is some advice from the team at our hospice in South Jersey to help support you and your loved one during this emotional time. Feel grateful for the opportunity: Many people don’t get …

Pitman two

By Alice Coghill Sometimes the best ideas are the ones that come from the heart. Such is the case with the Get-Along Gang, five United Methodist Communities at Pitman associates who share their love for the Tapestries residents they serve by hosting themed monthly events. Two years ago, Life Enrichment Team Specialist (LETS), Eileen Lindmeier, …

Smiling elder married couple

Your passion for United Methodist Communities’ mission can continue to bless future generations, even long after you’ve passed on. Do you want to play a lasting role in serving in community so all are free to choose abundant life? Consider making a bequest in your will, or naming the UMC Foundation as a beneficiary of …