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When Parsons resident Nora Winslow had to return to Parsons Presbyterian Manor after a stay in our PATH® (Post Acute to Home) program, she wasn’t distraught. Rather, she was hopeful.
“Initially, I was here for about three weeks in the PATH program,
by Wayne Mason, Chaplain, Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice
I enjoy “falling in love.” I have done it multiple times and thankfully only twice has it led to marriage. Once was to my first wife and the marriage lasted for 40 years until her death.