Article about life in the Kaler-Vaill home for elderly women, which opened in Sc
Article about life in the Kaler-Vaill home for elderly women, which opened in Scarborough in 1961. The women who live there today keep most of their personal concerns private and don't know much about each other's lives. Because the home is not a nursing home, it is transitional for many. Resident Marjorie Berry returns to Kaler-Vaill after being hospitalized, but soon her friend Bessie Witherell, whos was affected by her abscence, enters a nursing facility. Zella Morgan, who recently lost a daughter, paints and tries to live in the present.
Aged, Kaler Vaill Memorial Home Scarborough, Old age homes
Miller, Ellington, "Article about life in the Kaler-Vaill home for elderly women, which opened in Sc" (2005). Maine News Index – Salt. 367.
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