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Travel tips for seniors

 See your doctor before traveling.  Be up-to-date on routine vaccines and those recommended for your destination. More than half of tetanus cases occur in people over 65, so consider getting a tetanus booster.  Consider your physical limitations when planning a ...

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Agencies work to stem turnover in stressful job

Caring for senior citizens can be emotionally and physically challenging. “It is probably one of the most demanding jobs you could possibly ever imagine having,” said Robert Bourg, vice president of organizational development for St. Ann’s Community, a residential care ...

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Long-term care resources

ADULT DAY CARE PROVIDERS Adult Day Health Care 2021 S. Winton Road Rochester, N.Y. 14618 784-6570 Email: cmaskiell@jewishhomeroch.org Website: www.jsladultdayhealthcare.org Brighter Day Medical Adult Day Program (An affiliate of Thompson Health) 30 Fort Hill Ave. Canandaigua, N.Y. 14424 396-6644 / ...

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A vibrant community is a great place to live

A new report from the AARP Public Policy Institute found that 87 percent of adults ages 65 and older and 71 percent of those 50 to 64 want to age in their current home or community. “What is Livable? Community ...

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Methodology for Best Lawyers

This list is excerpted from the 2015 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America, the pre-eminent referral guide to the legal profession in the United States. Published since 1983, Best Lawyers lists attorneys in 137 specialties, representing all 50 states, ...

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Best Lawyers in Rochester – 2015 Edition

Appellate Practice Pittsford A. Vincent Buzard Harris Beach PLLC Rochester David M. Lascell Harter Secrest & Emery LLP Thomas G. Smith Harter Secrest & Emery LLP David H. Tennant Nixon Peabody LLP Arbitration Rochester Richard D. Rosenbloom Boylan Code LLP ...

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Driven to succeed in trucking services arena

Paul DeCarolis is proud. He has surrounded himself with good people over the years, building a family business that embraces employees and co-workers as members of the DeCarolis family. For nearly 40 years, as president and CEO of DeCarolis Truck ...

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Trailblazers left marks in a range of industries

2001  John Jacob Bausch and Henry Lomb, who co-founded global eye-care leader Bausch & Lomb Inc.;  Chester Carlson, whose revolutionary invention launched Xerox Corp.;  George Eastman, who built Eastman Kodak Co., one of the most recognizable brands in the world; ...

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Junior Achievement preps youth for work, life

Students in the 1960s who participated in the programs of Junior Achievement of Rochester, New York Area Inc. learned how to start, run and sustain a business. Times have changed. While entrepreneurial know-how remains a critical component, JA’s programs today ...

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Building QCI Direct, sharing her success

To Jane Glazer, the late founder of QCI Direct, the best part of being in business for 30 years was helping the women who joined her company grow and progress throughout their careers. Glazer, 68, died Sept. 5 in a ...

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Business Person of the Year Contents

For more than three decades, the Small Business Council has presented an annual award spotlighting exemplary business leadership and community involvement in Rochester and Monroe County. Three years ago, the Rochester Business Alliance Inc. affiliate established two award categories: small ...

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The outlook for small businesses is ‘positive’

As a CPA, Kimberly Gangi often hears clients’ complaints about taxes and gridlock in government. But Gangi, president of the Small Business Council of Rochester, says there are “great opportunities” for small firms to help the local economy grow. A ...

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