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Manor at Perrysburg recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house to introduce the facility’s new Ventilator Unit.
Services provided include ventilator weaning, tracheotomy, C-pap & bi-pap, nebulizer treatments, suctioning, pharmacological support, enteral therapy, management of chronic conditions such as COPD, pneumonia and chronic emphysema.

Dr. James Tita, Manor at Perrysburg Medical Director of Ventilator and Pulmonary programs, was joined at the event by Abbie Kelly, LNHA of Manor at Perrysburg and Barb Masella, Mary McConnell and Katie Kent of HCF Management. Ohio Rep. Theresa Gavarone and Perrysburg Mayor Michael Olmstead were among the dignitaries in attendance.

The six-bed ventilator unit will also accommodate patients needing specialized pulmonary treatments.

Come be a kid again and enjoy everything the Toledo Zoo & Aquarium has to offer during Senior Discovery Days, presented by Welltower, Inc., weekdays in September and October.

On Monday through Friday during these months, visitors 60 and older receive free parking in the Anthony Wayne Trail lot and a free small coffee and mini muffin from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Timberline Bakery, located inside the North Star Trading Post.

Seniors also receive a 20 percent discount on merchandise in Zoo gift shops along with a $5 discount on any Zoo membership.
Terrific Tuesdays

Live on less than you earn, pay less interest on debts than you receive on your assets, mind your taxes, and you’ll be fine. It sounds so simple, and it is. 

Similarly, eat fewer calories than you burn, exercise regularly, avoid running red lights in your car, and you’ll be fine. It sounds so simple, and yet it’s not.

Why? Outside forces are conspiring against you at all times. The wind is often in your face, and when it’s at your back, it’s seldom even noticed.

One example of the forces conspiring against us financially is the cost of healthcare. Whether it’s the pure cost of receiving the care itself, or the cost of health insurance premiums to protect from the possibility of having to pay for a medical issue, recent and aspiring retirees are wrestling with the growing cost of getting the care they need. For those who feel that they can retire before age 65 – Medicare age – the burden of $1,400 or $1,800 per month for insurance premiums, plus the cost of co-pays and deductibles, has many people rethinking their retirement plans. For many, it’s simpler to work until 65 in an attempt to avoid the problem altogether.


Republican tax cut

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