Clare Bridge of Troutdale

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Clare Bridge of Troutdale
Clare Bridge of Troutdale is listed in the Alzheimers Education Referral & Support Service category in Troutdale, Oregon. Displayed below are the social networks for Clare Bridge of Troutdale which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Clare Bridge of Troutdale on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 85.

Contact information for Clare Bridge of Troutdale is:
1201 SW Cherry Park Rd
Troutdale, OR 97060
(503) 465-1870
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RT @_McKnightsSL: Granddaughter pens obituary on behalf of sassy, 91-year-old @BrookdaleLiving resident. In More News. https://t.co/Bj53hZU…

Get the facts on heart disease! Reduce your risk with these simple life changes.


RT @jiminywicket: Swapping stories at @ahswarriors on Saturday afternoon with seniors from @BrookdaleLiving Highlands Ranch. #intergenerat…


Losing a spouse is hard and Virginia has a poem for just that... bit.ly/2lhddmz

It may seem benign, but the simple act of checking in at the front desk or concierge of a community has vast potential for technological innovation. Andrew Smith discusses a recent pilot with Accushield that could make paper sign-ins a thing of the past!
Safety and security in senior living is a top priority.


"We strive to stay on the cutting edge of safety and security technology..." -Director of innovation and strategy twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


RT @jiminywicket: Lots of laughter and smiles last week @stillthefirst with senior guests from @BrookdaleLiving in North Boulder! #intergen…

A memorial for the"Queen of Sass" from Brookdale Trillium Crossing was held yesterday, and if her celebration of life is half was exciting as her life (and fiery obituary) we know it was a wonderful time.
Even in death, Jean Oddi wanted — and got — the last word."She always got the first word and the last word," daughter Casey Oddi

Virginia's friend Barbara led a session of her poetry corner one week, centered around their marriages, wedding pictures, and obits. Virginia wrote this poem about her husband Wayne who died of leukemia. A couple of women asked if they could change the name and use the poem in honor of their own dear ones. I agreed and changed "To Wayne" to "To Him." I WONDER To Him I wonder when I kiss my dear one’s fading flesh Taste life’s loss as our lips mesh I wonder why Caresses, comfort I did give Then, after all he could not live… I wonder how and where To find the strength I sorely need I dream his words so oft indeed… He swore he’d leave our sweet love never He said life’s strangest force forever Was how love does but change its form And I must accept this as the norm… I lift my heavy heart to day’s bright light His breath, a breeze, calms me at night Warm fire, clear cool water, freshest air Earth’s green goodness shows me his care… I wonder…but truly sense and know Above, among the clouds of angels’ wings My love, a new soul, sings and sings. Virginia L. Wylie

Betty has had some 'not so hot' volunteer experiences. Learn what happened in today's Brookdale resident blog post.
I am not so hot in a number of areas. I'm a total klutz at all sports and cannot dance.