In the 1960s and even into the 1970s, most people could not imagine a woman in a position of power outside of the home, much less as CEOs of Fortune 500 companies or as the vice president of the United States. Working women were routinely paid lower salaries than men and denied opportunities for advancement.
Residents video record themselves reading aloud to the delight of community A poem by Robert Frost, a grandfather’s letters to his family, a children’s book adults can enjoy, a family memoir, excerpts from a novel, the humor of Robert Benchley or the tales of Mark Twain. These are just a few examples of works residents
When Bill and Jan McCaughey were searching for a retirement community a few years ago, they knew one that offered continuing care was the right choice. “We wanted to make sure whatever the future held we would be well taken care of,” Bill said. “My motto is … prior planning, prevents poor performance.” Bill’s philosophy