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50 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 24 September 80, 1999 Seaside Pointe helps make wishes come true As the area s first assisted living flowers, the preparation of a fa- pared daily and served restaurant residence, Brandywine Assisted Living at Seaside Pointe, is help- ing families make wishes come true for residents, through its unique gratitude program, BrandyWishes. "For all the happiness that their loved ones have given to others over the years, families want to give back to them the most perfect days," said Peggy Kluesener, Sea- side Pointe&apos;s executive director. "BrandyWishes is a program that allows families to share in the joy of residents' daily lives." While they may be miles away, families can request such Brandy- Wishes as a delivery of fresh vorite dessert, or a special holiday package. "Whatever is needed to give joy, warm a heart, or lift a spirit, BrandyWisbes has the an- swer," Kluesener said. "Quite simply, we can help wishes come true every day." BrandyWishes is one of the ways that Seaside Pointe tries to ensure the best in life to its resi- dents. Besides providing assis- tance with daily tasks, a profes- sional staff, which includes li-" censed nurses on site 24-hours a day, offers extensive health, well- ness and personal assistance care. To meet nutritional needs, three seasonal gourmet meals are pre- style. In addition, residents have ac- cess to a full complement of recreational activities tailored to each individual's skills, interest and abilities, as well as the oppor- tunity to participate in nationally recognized exercise/fitness pro- grams led by certified trainers. Courtesy transportation is avail- able to such destinations as the beach, shopping centers, restau- rants and ball games. A residence of Brandywine Se- nior Care, Seaside Pointe can comfortably accommodate 100 residents. For more information, call 226-8750. Submitted photo Wishes come true at Sea- side Pointe. Beacon leader ;nit group marks 15th year of operation Beacon Leadership Group, a southern Delaware-based consult- ing and training firm, recently marked its 15th year in business. Founded by Dr. Michael Hudson in 1984, the company has helped over 350 growing businesses de- fine their strategy, establish their market and develop their people. Hudson started the business while on the faculty at the Univer- sity of Illinois "to provide a way to extend marketing and manage- ment research to the agribusiness community." From 1984 through 1989, seminars, workshops and individual consultations were pro- vided to owners and managers of agricultural businesses, as well as agricultural lenders throughout the Midwest. In 1990, the business evolved to focus more broadly on growing businesses when Hudson moved to Cornell University as director of the university-wide Entrepre- neurship and Personal Enterprise Program. "The entrepreneurial movement of the 90s created an increased de- mand for services by people who were just starting businesses," Hudson said. "It was natural to extend the marketing plan work I had been doing with small farms to this new market." Today, Hudson describes the business as one that "works with business leaders who want to translate ideas into action and people who want to take success to the next level." With the emergence of the In- ternet as a driving force for small growing companies, Hudson sees an expanded need for business owners to "sort out the relevant information from all the data - to take in all of the ideas and figure out how to put them to work in a profitable way." Hudson said, "That's where Beacon Leadership Group comes in. Through on-site consultations, development and delivery of cus- tom training programs, and ongo- ing coaching support, we can help a company extend and develop its existing resources - enabling them to achieve higher levels of both personal and professional suc- cess." In addition to providing day to day leadership for the company, Hudson is a professional speaker and author. Each year he delivers motivational keynote presenta- tions, seminars and workshops on leadership, sales and marketing, and communications to audiences throughout the country. He is cur- rently completing an audiotape program called the Lexicon of the Leader - to be released later this fall. For more information about Beacon Leadership Group's pro- grams and offerings, contact Hud- son at 684-8727 or via e-mail at <>. PAT DIAMOND Get the Best Service, and the Best Loan! Buying or refinancing your home is an important step in securing your economic future. 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