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Tina Harris Wagner
· January 1, 2018
Deanie and her loving caregivers were there when we needed them most. They are a God send. I cannot thank them enough for their compassionate and understanding care.
Beth Hash
· July 14, 2017
Deanie was wonderful is getting us care for our beloved sister in law. The nurse she helped us hire was wonderful. Kudos to Anne and Deanie. I can't say enough good things about her, her agency and... nurse Anne. Many thanks. See More
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A TIME TO SAY A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL WHO HAVE SO FAITHFULLY SUPPORTED OUR ORGANIZATION. THANK YOU TO ALL OUR WONDERFUL CLIENTS AND FAITHFUL HARDWORKING CAREGIVERS!!!

MUSIC DOES WONDERS!!

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I tagged many of my friends who are therapists to share the results that I had with a patient of mine who has Parkinsons Disease. The results were instantaneou...s and phenomenal! But let me start at the beginning, on the first therapy session with Larry he presented with the classic textbook style gait pattern of a person with Parkinsons's Disease, I went with the traditional approach during our gait training session which yielded very little results. You see the problem is that Larry like many others with Parkinson's know what they are supposed to do and how they are supposed to do it but their bodies simply won't cooperate. So I thought to myself there just has to be a better way, I went home did a little research and came across a study that used music to aid in facilitating a more natural gait pattern. On my next session with Larry I used my phone to play a song that I felt like had a good rhythm to ambulate to and honestly I don't know who was more shocked at the immediate results! He just took off walking without a hitch, we walked all over his house, even through doorways with ease which previously had been very difficult for him! I literally had goosebumps for hours! He became so steady and confident that he just pushed his walker off to the side and continued to ambulate without any AD! I have never seen results of this magnitude this quickly before and by the end of the session we were all in tears but they were definitely happy tears!
***A special thanks to Larry and his sweet wife Kathy Pruitt Jennings for allowing me to share their story with you and hopefully get the word out so that others with Parkinsons might have the same results!
***A big shout out to the camera guy with his mad videotaping skills and for taking time out of his day to come help me with this!

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The amazing team of caregivers for Deanie Taylor King Personalized Home Care have brought our community much needed help and I truly thank each of you for the many "above and beyond" things you have done for our client and their families to keep their loved one or them personally in their own comfortable environment. It just seems thank you to each of you are inadequate words to express true appreciation of being such a team-mate.. I also send a big thank you to each family that has invited us into their homes and family to make life more comfortable for all of them and truly bless each of us to have you in our lives. May 2017 be a very prosperous year for all in many ways with good health, friends, wisdom for life and blessings only God could understand and arrange to give to make life better for everyone.

A very special thank you to all that have posted good reviews of our team being there to assist with your family and I appreciate everyone checking in with me from time to time. I also send a big thank you to all of the team supporting each other as we provided a personalized home care service go our community. I always welcome and email or phone call should you have any questions you need answered.

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This is so wonderful to be reminded about music in our lives from beginning to end as part of how we are wired. I remember that my Dad had Parkinson Disease and he no longer could talk but on the last Anniversary Day August 1991(their 60th anniversary) that he spent at my house with his sister and brother-in-law and my mother, I played songs on the organ that he bought for me and it amazed me to hear my Dad sing those songs he so loved with his sister, brother-in-law, Mom and me. What a precious memory. He grew up playing the tenor banjo too and sang with the Southern Male Chorus that was well known in the 40s and 50s.

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This is such great information for all of our caregivers giving care for our beautiful GEMs.

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This is such great information for all of our caregivers giving care for our beautiful GEMs.

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This is such great information for all of our caregivers giving care for our beautiful GEMs.

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Charlie Glasgow posted a video from 2014 to his timeline.

Lorraine just turned 100 years old last spring and is still dancing! I spoke with her today and she is doing great! I told her that she is a bonafide rock star across the internet! Lorraine is doing fine and very healthy due to her dancing all these years!