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Letter from the Administrator

— As Winter turns to Spring, we are excited for warm weather, outdoor activities, and front porch visits. Winter brought with it several changes to the facility in the form of new staff members and position changes. We welcome several new nurses and CNAs to the staff, as well as Kody Kennedy, our Sales and Marketing... Read More

Control Diabetes with These Tips

— Many seniors live with a health condition called diabetes. The underlying cause of diabetes varies by type, but no matter what type you have, it causes the body to have higher than normal blood sugar levels. Use the suggestions below to help ease the struggle of living with diabetes. Quit smoking Get plenty of sleep... Read More

March is Nutrition Month

— It can sometimes feel as if we’re bombarded with information about the latest eating trend or buzzworthy ingredient. But good nutrition is really about having a well-rounded diet, and it’s easier to do than you may think. In fact, living a nutritious lifestyle can be easy and fun. Nutrition is about more than vitamins—it also... Read More

March 26: Epilepsy Awareness Day

— What is Epilepsy? Epilepsy is a broad term used for a brain disorder that causes seizures. There are many different types of epilepsy. Epilepsy is a disorder of the brain that causes seizures. These seizures are not caused by a temporary underlying medical condition such as a high fever. Epilepsy can affect people in very... Read More

Happy Birthday!

— Residents Norma L. 3/06 Peter A. 3/11 Ed S. 3/18 Staff Trevor P. 3/09 Staff Anniversaries Mechelle L. 3/24 Welcome Wilma D. Sylvia G. Gail H. Mark J. David K. Charlotte N. Cathy Y.

Letter from the Administrator

— As Winter turns to Spring, we are excited for warm weather, outdoor activities, and front porch visits. Winter brought with it several changes to the facility in the form of new staff members and position changes. We welcome several new nurses and CNAs to the staff, as well as Kody Kennedy, our Sales and Marketing... Read More

Sucess Story – Eldon J.

— Eldon J. came to our facility for rehab, his goal was to get stronger so he could transfer to an Assisted Living in Georgia closer to his daughter. On January 13, 2022, he was able to leave our facility without any type of adaptive equipment. While here, Mr. Jackson gained a lot of new friends.... Read More

Celebrations!

— Happy Birthday to our amazing Residents Barbara K. 2/2 Wynn W. 2/25 Happy Birthday to our wonderful Staff Joni B. 2/17 Matthew C. 2/21 Ann K. 2/24 Hannah B. 2/28 Staff Anniversaries Matthew R. 2/3/2021 Welcome Judy G. Faye H. Wynn W. Alfredia M

Fun February Holidays

— 2/1 Dark Chocolate Day 2/2 Groundhog Day 2/3 Carrot Cake Day 2/4 Bubble Gum Day 2/5 Weatherperson’s Day 2/6 Frozen Yogurt Day 2/9 Pizza Day 2/10 Cream Cheese Brownie Day 2/11 Peppermint Patty Day 2/13 Cheddar Day 2/14 Valentines Day 2/15 Gumdrop Day 2/17 Cabbage Day 2/20 Cherry Pie Day 2/21 Sticky Bun Day 2/22... Read More

Five Healthy Snacks to Keep Your Health Resolutions on Track

— Chips. Pizza. Wings. These are some of the most common snacks brought to parties or potlucks, because they easily feed a lot of people and take very little time to prepare. They also make it harder to stick to a healthy eating plan. For National Snack Month, here are five low-prep, healthy alternatives to munch... Read More