Moving To MorseLife – A Decision to Care for Herself and Her Husband

In her apartment on the fifth floor of The Tradition at MorseLife, Libby Klein’s living room is adorned with photographs of her beautiful family, including bar and bat mitzvah memories, weddings and anniversaries.  Peering throughout the room, Libby notes how blessed she has been over the years as she comes to terms with the passing…

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Yom HaShoah – A Commitment to Never Forget

Never seeing beloved family again.  Witnessing the horrors in Nazi death camps.  Fighting to stay alive.  The joy of liberation.  The resilience to carry on and pass along the message:  Never Forget.  These words represent the stories of survivors of the Holocaust – and never are they heard so loudly than at MorseLife’s annual commemorations…

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Building Friendships at Levin Tower

Five Single Women Whose Motto is “All for One and One for All” Moving to a new home and community can be daunting at any age, but the thought of making new friends when widowed or single can be one of the biggest challenges in later years. As for five women who regularly sit together…

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A Story of Joy and Dignity In The Face of Memory Impairment

Every day, Gabrielle dresses in her finest clothing for breakfast, joins her two best girlfriends for laughs and conversation, and spends the remainder of the day enjoying art and music.   Her daughter, Jeanette, notes that rather than a resident in MorseLife’s Memory Care Residence, she appears more like the Palm Beach lady that she always…

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