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Pam Gray, Bonaventure Senior Living COO, On Food for Thought

Pam Gray Bonaventure

  Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO since 2004, has spent her career helping seniors live their lives to the fullest.  Many people worry about getting dementia and Alzheimer’s as they grow older, notes Pam Gray of Bonaventure.  In the following interview, Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO, talks about how food can impact brain functioning. Information Nation:  Thanks for joining us!  Please tell ... Read More »

Remembering the Good Old Days: The Comfort of Life in Mayberry

One of the few television shows from the 1960s that still regularly airs on network and cable TV is the Andy Griffith Show. Set in the fictional North Carolina town of Mayberry, the Andy Griffith Show was an instant hit and continues to resonate with viewers today. Watching the show in 2013, it’s hard to imagine a world—even a fictitious ... Read More »

Kelley D. Hamilton Talks about Retirees Returning to College

Kelley D. Hamilton

  Kelley D. Hamilton is Chief Executive Officer and co-owner of Bonaventure Senior Living. Information Nation: Why would anyone choose to return to college after retirement? Kelley D. Hamilton: Ask 10 different senior adults and they will give at least 10 different answers. Information Nation: Such as? Kelley D. Hamilton: Some like to challenge themselves. Some enjoy the college experience. ... Read More »

YOR Health Reports: Growing Company Is Changing Lives

YOR Health

According to YOR Health, there are an infinite variety of ways for things to grow. There are quick growth spurts; there’s slow and steady growth; there’s growth that exceeds expectations. Generally speaking, any kind of growth is good when it comes to business—but YOR Health isn’t just any business. Not surprisingly, the company’s growth has been exceptional in every way. ... Read More »

Four Myths about Spending Cuts

Many analysts believe that the ongoing political discussion regarding automatic spending cuts has complicated the public’s understanding on the issue. Presentation Solutions takes a look at several myths circulating in America. Myth #1: Obama should be blamed for the spending cuts. This idea has been thoroughly discussed and argued by both sides of the aisle.  The dreaded sequester was included ... Read More »