You might think that high school seniors and the “senior” residents of a nursing home wouldn’t have much in common. Well you would be wrong. In Auburn it’s a love of art that brings together some residents of Oak Park Nursing Home and senior art students from Lee Scott Academy for what they call “Senior to Senior.” […]
Each nursing home resident has a right to be heard and understood.
However, communication is often difficult because many resident have physical or mental disabilities that limit their ability to speak. […]
It has been said great leaders don’t get other people to follow them. They empower others to lead.
That’s the frame of reference Hanceville Nursing & Rehab Center used to develop the “We Can Do It!” program. […]
You know the meaning of the old saying “boys will be boys.” The desire boys have to develop friendships with each other doesn’t fade when they become men.
This is why a northwest Alabama nursing home created a unique club to meet the social needs for its male residents and develop a strong bond with the community. […]
These days, multiple generations of people live and work in Alabama nursing homes.
The need to bridge generation gaps and foster communication led one nursing home to put a new spin on social media. […]
Fifteen Alabama nursing homes will be honored for developing innovative approaches to long term care. […]
More than 200 children will be better equipped to start school thanks to a Birmingham area nursing home. […]