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Seashore Gardens 8th Annual 5K Raises 15,000 for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Services

ATLANTIC CITY — Superheroes of all ages participated April 29 in the eighth annual Seashore Gardens 5K Run and Health Walk on the Boardwalk. The event raised more than $15,000 for Seashore Gardens Living Center’s Alzheimer’s and Dementia Outreach including monthly support group meetings and case management services. Participants raced as individuals and in teams

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Why We Run: The Malloy Family

The early signs were subtle. Cutting pills in half when it wasn’t necessary. Difficulty recalling the names of specific places, people or objects. Maybe these were normal signs of aging but her daughters weren’t so sure. Their mother was changing before their eyes. Mary Malloy was fortunate in the fact that she was not alone.

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Seashore Gardens Resident Council Officers Raise Money for Alzheimer’s Outreach

Mary Hood knows a thing or two about fundraising. As president of SGLC’s Resident Council she helped inspire staff and other residents to donate to the Seashore Gardens 5K Run & Health Walk to benefit Alzheimer’s Outreach. Mary sat at a table on the SGLC Boardwalk, selling “feet” to support the 5K teams during three

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Be A Superhero for Alzheimer’s: A Word from our 5K Race Chair Michael Weinraub, Esq.

On Sunday, April 30, hundreds of Superheroes will descend upon the Atlantic City Boardwalk for the 7th Annual Seashore Gardens 5K Run & Walk. This is a beloved event that benefits our Alzheimer’s Outreach Services, and this year’s chairman, Michael Weinraub, and his wife Cindy are passionate about both the cause-and about running. As an SGLC

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Healing Sounds: Stockton Study Shows Potential for Music Therapy at Seashore Gardens

Music plays a regular part in our activities here at Seashore Gardens Living Center (SGLC). Whether it’s a concert on our Boardwalk, a sing-a-long, or a drum circle, our residents enjoy music throughout the week. We’ve found that music connects them to memories, and often brings a smile to their faces. These past five weeks,

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