The incoming officers are: (continue reading…)
She’s worked with ceramics for a number of years and learned how to paint and make jewelry when she moved to Jackson Health Care Facility.
She recently put those talents to good use when she learned a young relative, Matt Bryan, was diagnosed with cancer. (continue reading…)
The recognitions come from both the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) and the federal government.
After a very thorough and demanding annual survey, ADPH inspectors found that (continue reading…)
Thirteen Alabama nursing homes earned the 2013-2014 Excellence in Action award from My InnerView by National Research Corporation.
This honor recognizes long term care and senior living organizations that achieve the highest levels of satisfaction excellence, as demonstrated by overall resident or employee satisfaction scores that fall within the top 10 percent of the My InnerView product database, the largest in the U.S.
All of the winners are members of the Alabama Nursing Home Association.
The winners are: (continue reading…)
The event featured presentations from eight nursing homes.
Fifty-six employees were honored for a combined 687 years of service in long term care.
Here’s a photo gallery from the fun and educational day. (continue reading…)
Instead of a normal renovation, Thomasville decided to have little fun with the project.
The called the completion “Flip This Room” and modeled it after the popular HGTV show “Flip This House.” (continue reading…)
Oak Trace Care & Rehab Center in Bessemer uses the “Music and Memory” program to help residents in its memory care area find “a happier place or time” by listening to music. This leads to improvements in (continue reading…)
What relaxes the whole body?
What promotes an overall sense of well being?
Give up? The answer is… (continue reading…)
You read that correctly.
One nursing home is using the deliciously cool treat to improve health care measures and social interaction. (continue reading…)
One noticeable change is taking place in nursing homes to improve an individual’s care and quality of life.
For many years, the medical community believed it was best to place alarms on the chairs and beds used by nursing home residents at risk for falling. (continue reading…)