What is Tai Chi?

— It can be hard to fit exercise into your daily routine, but simple exercises such as tai chi can be both beneficial to your health and easy to do. Tai chi, pronounced tī-chē, is a low intensity exercise that promotes flexibility and balance. The joints are often where aches and pains first begin and because... Read More

National Safety Month: Medication Safety

— Medication errors can occur in a medical center, senior living facility, or at home. Hospitals, pharmacies, and facilities have checks in place to minimize medication errors. When getting a refill or a new prescription, be sure to verify: Your name is on the bottle. The name of the doctor. The name of the medication, since... Read More

National Nursing Home Week

— Thank you to everyone that helped make National Nursing Home Week great. A special thanks to Monnie Matthews and Half Pint Hooves for coming during the week.

Happy Birthday and Welcome!

— Happy Birthday! Residents James M. June 16 John W. June 19 Martha B. June 29 Staff Stephanie W. June 05 Niki S. June 18 Welcome New Residents! Joyce D. Richard H. Velva P. Alice Y.

Letter from the Administrator

— I would like to recognize Samantha Coates, Activity Director, for providing an awesome resident experience during National Nursing Home Week in May. Our residents thoroughly enjoyed the “Petting Zoo,” along with all the great events in the week. Sam is very compassionate about ensuring her department and enhancing the quality of life of our residents... Read More

May 31: Save Your Hearing Day

— Hearing loss is the result of noise, aging, disease, and heredity. There are two types of hearing loss, conductive and sensorineural. Conductive hearing loss is interference of sound waves traveling from the outer ear to the inner ear. This is causes by inner ear infections, fluid in the middle ear, excessive wax, damage to the... Read More

Boone’s Reborn Dolls

— Brittany Boone with Boone’s Reborn Dolls was kind enough to donate a reborn baby to our facility. Martha B. took a liking to the baby as soon as she held it.

Letter from the Administrator

— I hope most everyone has noticed the new and improved landscape in the front of the facility. It was certainly past due for an update. Our facility has a goal to complete the front side parking lot landscape by the fall of 2019. Don’t forget when the weather improves to enjoy some outdoor time on... Read More

National Skilled Nursing Care Week May 12th-17th

— Monday May 13th: Art Day (wear your favorite color) Tuesday May 14th: Story Day (dress as your favorite character) Wednesday May 15th: Pet Day (dress as an animal) Thursday May 16th: Spa Day (wear your pajamas) Friday May 17th: Music Day (dress as your favorite genre of music)

Upcoming Events

— 5/7 Milkshake Social at 2:30pm 5/10 Fresh Fruit Friday at 2:30pm 5/12 Mother’s Day Pastry Bar at 2:00pm 5/13 Sip and Paint with Tammy at 3:00pm 5/14 Guest Speaker at 1:30pm 5/15 Petting Zoo at 2:00pm 5/17 Musical Guest at 2:30pm 5/23 Resident Council at 2:00pm 5/23 Sundae Social at 2:30pm 5/24 Fresh Fruit Friday... Read More