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Durango, Colorado

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Blog

What Should I Expect as I Grieve the Loss of a Loved One?

Most of us are unprepared for the enormous grief we feel after the loss of a loved one. Grief is a […]
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Grief on Mother’s Day

While Mother’s Day is intended to be a day of celebration, for some it is a day of reminded loss. […]
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Visiting a Loved One with Dementia

If you plan to visit with loved ones who have dementia, please don’t start out with questions. If you do, […]
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The Denial of Dementia

 In my experience I have only come across one symptom of dementia that appears to be contagious . . . […]
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Asking Family Members for Help

Caring for a loved one with memory impairment can take its toll, and asking family members for help can be […]
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Stranger in the House: Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia

For many families, watching a person develop Alzheimer’s disease or dementia can be like having a stranger in the house. […]
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The Essence of Dementia Care

At Sunshine Gardens, we understand the essence of dementia care and the challenges it brings to families. Whether you have […]
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What our families say

“My mom is cared for physically and emotionally in a manner that my dad would have been proud to give her. There is rarely a day that goes by that I don’t thank God she is there.”

     

Tamra Lavengood RN, BSN,MSN

2016-06-06T10:48:34+00:00

Tamra Lavengood RN, BSN,MSN

     

“Your kind, loving, gentle, and compassionate care during nearly eight years of our mother’s residence at Sunshine Gardens Country Home is so very much appreciated.”

The Family of Winona McClanahan

2016-06-06T11:01:15+00:00

The Family of Winona McClanahan

“The family wishes to thank the staff at Sunshine Gardens West and Country Home for the care and attention they gave to Fred for the last four years.”

The Family of Fred Kroeger

2016-06-06T11:06:09+00:00

The Family of Fred Kroeger

“[My mother’s] Alzheimer’s Disease had progressed to the point that a secure facility of a modest size was the only situation which for her circumstances and, in fact, encouraged her to thrive.”

Karen Young

2016-06-06T11:04:58+00:00

Karen Young