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Houston Chronicle

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Barton House meets the special needs of the elderly with Alzheimer's. The Sugar Land facility is featured in this article.

   


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Barton House was featured as a new model of residential care for Alzheimer's victims in an Austin-American Statesman article on August 4, 1996.

Barton House co-owners John Trevey and Bob Bouchard with Marley, the resident dog, are shown in the photo at left

  

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Barton House at Oakwell Farms announces 20-bed addition featured in San Antonio Business Journal article on July 31, 1998.

  


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An Austin American-Statesman article on October 4, 1997 spoke with Mary Ellen Sullivan, a participant in the 5K walk for Alzheimer's.

Mary Ellen's mother lived at Barton House in Austin

  

 

Darden, a magazine from the University of Virginia's Graduate School of Business Administration featured Barton House and its co-owner, John Trevey.

  


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In an Austin-American Statesman article on April 24, 1997, Barton House resident Charles Dowdy was featured as a patient in a new drug study.

Charles and his daughter, Lauren Dillon, are shown in the photo at left.

  

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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An article in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram announces plans for a new care center in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex.

  

Houston Chronicle

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Barton House recently opened in Sugar Land as a care facility for Alzheimer's residents.

  

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The little dog with jutting teeth and a nervous nature needed a home, and although they didn't know it, the residents of Barton House needed him, too.
  
  

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