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Employee of the Month: Becky W.

Feb 28, 2021 — We are so proud of Becky our restorative/wound care nurse. We want to thank her for everything she does for our residents. Thank you, Becky and Congratulations, on being January’s Employee of the Month! We will continue to vote for employee of the month so be sure to vote for your pick!!!!

Birthday Wishes and a Warm Welcome!

Feb 28, 2021 — Happy Birthday Residents! Michael G. March 02 Charles P. March 03 Lora B. March 07 Alice C. March 21 Rosella D. March 23 Happy Birthday Staff! Carol C. March 02 Meranda H. March 02 Carolyn M. March 04 Jeanne B. March 04 Michelle H. March 08 Emily S. March 10 Mandy P. March 12 Shawnda... Read More

Letter from the Administrator

Feb 28, 2021 — This has been a great year so far for our residents. They had a great Valentine’s Party and we enjoyed seeing their smiles as they received their Valentine treats. We want to thank everyone for their donations to our residents. We are still assisting our residents with window and Facetime visits. It is such a... Read More

Crochet: An Ideal Craft for People of All Ages

Feb 28, 2021 — Crocheting has been a favorite craft for generations, and with good reason. Mastering the art of crochet enables you to create wonderful and useable pieces of art, at a very reasonable cost. There is only yarn, a crochet hook, and possibly a crochet pattern. And as a beginner, if you drop a stitch or make... Read More

March is Nutrition Month

Feb 28, 2021 — Good nutrition makes such an impact in our lives, which is why it is so important! By following these simple tips, good nutrition doesn’t have to be difficult. Your daily diet should include fruits, vegetables, whole-grains, dairy products, meats and other protein-rich foods. How large of a portion you should eat depends upon your caloric... Read More

Three Back Pain Relief Exercises for Seniors

Feb 28, 2021 — During the winter months, it is easy to become more sedentary and as a result experience an increase in stiffness and back pain. According to physical therapist Dr. Michael Kaspin, doing basic daily exercises correctly can help alleviate a lot of that back pain without the addition of pain medication. Here are three exercises he... Read More

Black History Month

Feb 1, 2021 — The month of February is a time to honor the achievements of Black Americans in U.S. history. Since its first observance at Kent State University in February 1970, Black History Month (also referred to as African American History Month) has evolved into a country-wide celebration. Did you know: Thomas L. Jennings was the first Black... Read More

Eight Things to Know about the U.S. COVID-19 Vaccination Program

Feb 1, 2021 — 1. The safety of COVID-19 vaccines is a top priority. The U.S. vaccine safety system ensures that all vaccines are as safe as possible. The CDC has developed a new tool, v-safe, as an additional layer of safety monitoring to increase our ability to rapidly detect any safety issues with COVID-19 vaccines. V-safe is a... Read More

Rid the Winter Blues with Hoodie Hoo Day!

Feb 1, 2021 — Overcome the winter-time blues on Hoodie Hoo Day! To celebrate this holiday all you have to do is go outside at noon on Hoodie Hoo Day and yell a cheerful “Hoodie Hoo!” to your neighbor or people nearby. Although this holiday might seem like a joke holiday, it is an actual holiday that was created... Read More

Cardiac Rehabilitation May Help Heal Your Heart

Feb 1, 2021 — If you have had a heart attack or other heart problem, cardiac rehabilitation could be an important part of your recovery. Cardiac rehabilitation can help prevent another, perhaps more serious, heart attack and can help you build heart-healthy habits. Learn more about if you can benefit from a cardiac rehabilitation program and how it can... Read More