Keeping Your Mind Healthy

— Mental activity can keep your mind sharp. Try some of the following tips to help challenge your brain for continual growth: Learn to play a musical instrument or get out and tune a long forgotten one Play scrabble, word puzzles, sudoku, or other trivia games Read a book every month Learn a foreign language Start... Read More

March is Nutrition Month

— 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

Long Term Care Administrator’s Week: March 13-17, 2023

— We would like to recognize our Administrator for going above and beyond each day in providing compassionate, quality care and leadership to our staff, residents and families. We appreciate you! Be sure to take a moment this week to express your gratitude and appreciation.

Activity Highlights

— March 6 – National Oreo Day March 9 – National Popcorn Lovers Day March 14- April 3 March Madness March 16 – National Corndog Day March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day March 20 – Spring Equinox (the start of Spring!)

Letter from the Administrator

— Dear Residents and Families, Spring is just around the corner! Residents and staff are excited to have warmer temperatures and sunshine. As most of you know, I am a HUGE basketball fan and some of our residents are, too! March Madness is an electric time of year where basketball dominates the conversation in the halls!... Read More

Letter from the Administrator

— With the holidays behind us, we are all looking forward to warmer weather and Spring! While some of us love the cooler weather, most are ready to be sitting back on the front porch soaking up the sun. We do have a few more months of winter – which will be predicted on Groundhog Day... Read More

Black History Month

— The month of February is a time to honor the achievements of Black Americans in U.S. history. Since its first observance in 1970 at Kent State University, Black History Month (also known as African American History Month) has evolved into a country-wide celebration. Did you know: Along with being a powerful anti-slavery organizer, James McCune... Read More

Valentine’s Day Facts

— Procrastinate getting your valentines together every year? You’re not alone. Over 50 percent of all Valentine’s Day cards are purchased in the six days prior to the holiday. Many believe the X symbol became synonymous with the kiss in medieval times. People who couldn’t write their names signed in front of a witness with an... Read More

Booze and Tattoos

— The residents had a great time drinking mocktails and getting washable tattoos at our recent “Booze and Tattoos” Day. It was a great time for all and everyone had a smile on their face. Activities provided great snacks to go along with the drinks!

Snow Patrol

— During a recent snow, 2 of our residents wanted to ensure that the snow removal crew was doing a great job. They monitored the work and gave the approval once it was complete.