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April is Stress Awareness Month

— Stressed Out? Give These Tips A Try! The amount of stress that you endure has a direct impact on your health and overall well being. Pay close attention to the tips provided in this article for how to manage your stress. Don’t worry about being totally stress free. While it is important to lower our... Read More

Earth Day

— Earth Day came about after six years of effort from then Senator Gaylord Nelson, who, back in the 1960s, had the foresight to look at the long term impact of pollution on the environment. He was instrumental in getting his message out to college students, who took this issue on with concern and enthusiasm for... Read More

18 Reasons to Volunteer Your Time

— April 15-22, 2018 is National Volunteer Week. Have you thought about the benefits you will get from volunteering? Consider these 18 reasons to volunteer some of your time: To make new friends To build personal and professional contacts To build your self-esteem and self-confidence To develop new job skills To make a difference in the... Read More

Five Choices to Create Happiness

— We have all met people who just seem to be happy most of the time. We tend to assume they are just naturally happy, or that they are the lucky people who have an easy life, or they had really loving parents. In reality, happy people are making specific choices regarding their thinking and behavior.... Read More

Happy Birthday!

— Charles C. will be celebrating his 82nd Birthday on April 08. Steve O. will be celebrating his 66th birthday on April 28. John F. will be celebrating his 63rd birthday on April 03. Ruth M. will be celebrating her 61st birthday on April 26. Howard H. will be celebrating his 82nd Birthday on April 14.... Read More

National Doctors’ Day

— National Doctors’ Day is Friday, March 30 – a day we celebrate the contributions of our physicians. The United States Congress designated Doctors’ Day as a national holiday with a resolution passed on October 30, 1990. Physicians play an important role in post-acute and long-term care. The American Medical Directors Association (AMDA) formed The Society... Read More

Tips For Spring Cleaning

— If you are storing away your winter clothes, consider using large plastic storage containers that feature snap-on lids. Storage containers are very important to keeping your clothes free from fading and dust. When packing your clothes, roll them instead of folding. This not only eliminates creases and wrinkles, but also saves a lot of space.... Read More

St. Patrick’s Day Treats

— Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year with some of these fun and of course mostly green treats. Leprechaun Ale Place a scoop of lime sherbet into a tall glass, pour ginger ale over it and watch it fizz. This can be made even fancier by rubbing some lime juice on the rim of the glass... Read More

March is National Nutrition Month: Incorporate Nutrition Into Your Life

— Great nutrition is an essential part of making better lifestyle choices. If your food is not nutritionally balanced, your body may feel sluggish. Eating well is easier than ever if you follow these simple tips. Monitor your red meat intake. Red meat is packed with saturated fat that can clog arteries. Eating red meat once... Read More

Long-Term Care Administrators Week

— Join us in celebrating LTC Administrators Week from March 11-17, 2018! The administrator of a long-term care facility has many roles. Their primary duty is to oversee the day-to-day operations of the facility, which can include: Supervising Resident Care The administrator works closely with the Director of Nursing and the nursing/clinical staff to ensure all... Read More