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Homemaker companions help elderly maintain their independence

12:59 PM, May 26, 2013
Clemetine Simon, 67, plays her electric cord organ inside her home in Green Bay on Friday, May 10, 2013. Simon receives help from Clarity Care after her recent health problems.
Clemetine Simon, 67, plays her electric cord organ inside her home in Green Bay on Friday, May 10, 2013. Simon receives help from Clarity Care after her recent health problems.
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Clementine Simon clings stubbornly to her independence.

Widowed for more than 20 years, 68 years old and with a variety of disabling health issues, she still lives alone in an apartment on Green Bay's east side and manages mostly to fend for herself.

But lately she has needed some help. A major health setback almost two years ago put her in a nursing home for a few months, and now that she's back in her own home, she finds some of the household chores a little more than she can deal with. ...

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