Giving rest to the weary

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Giving rest to the weary

Caregivers, seniors expect to benefit from new day care
LINDSAY EPPICH/Herald
Kay Neal uses the automated external defibrillator at a training course for volunteers at Our Place, a senior day care facility opening Tuesday on County Road 233 in Grandview.

Giving rest to the weary

LINDSAY EPPICH/Herald
Kay Neal uses the automated external defibrillator at a training course for volunteers at Our Place, a senior day care facility opening Tuesday on County Road 233 in Grandview.
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Our Place at Grandview will hold a dedication and open house from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. The facility is located at 691 County Road 233, Unit A-8, in the Elk Park Center.
Our Place will open for business at 10 a.m. Tuesday. The hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. The center charges $40 a day, which includes lunch, regardless of whether a client stays an hour or the entire four hours. During the month of August, families can pay for two days and get the third day free.
To learn more, call Our Place at 385-5200 or the First United Methodist Church of Durango at 247-4213.
For assistance from the Alzheimer’s Association of Southwest Colorado, call 259-0122.

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