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Celebrating Read Across America Week: Grandpa Green

Celebrating Read Across America Week: Grandpa Green

In celebration of Read Across America week, we wanted to share with you two books that can help introduce topics to children that your family maybe facing as you navigate having an older adult in your family with memory loss or helping a loved one move to a senior living community.

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Red Doors at Caledonia Senior Living

Red Doors at Caledonia Senior Living

Today, is a good day at Caledonia Senior Living & Memory Care.  It’s rainy, windy and the sun is nowhere in sight but our newly painted red front doors are a beacon in our forest. I’ve been thinking about why it felt so good to paint our front doors red this week...

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My Story to Citizenship on this Independence day

My Story to Citizenship on this Independence day

I spend a lot of time thinking and talking about my Scottish identity. On this Fourth of July, I'd like to talk about my American identity. I am a Chicago Scot. I was born and brought up in Scotland. In 2018, I became an American Citizen. My American wife, Aisha, and...

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Caledonia Senior Living partners with The Royal Scottish National Orchestra

Caledonia Senior Living partners with The Royal Scottish National Orchestra

This Mother’s Day, Caledonia Senior Living became the first aging services community in the US to partner with The Royal Scottish National Orchestra.

Gus recently joined RSNO CEO Alistair Mackie and acclaimed Chicago violinist Rachel Barton Pine on Zoom for a wide ranging chat about the partnership, the evolution of the program, the power of music and a fascinating story about the forgotten music of St Kilda.

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Gus Noble Shares an Open Letter to the People of Illinois

Gus Noble Shares an Open Letter to the People of Illinois

Caledonia Senior Living and a small group of other not-for-profit senior living communities came together in an informal alliance of mutual assistance and support at the beginning on COVID-19 in March 2020.

Gus Noble shares a letter to the residents of the state of Illinois one year later and reflects on the past year.

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