Photo Gallery: Alabama’s Best Practices 2015
More than 400 nursing home employees and residents attended Alabama’s Best Practices 2015.
The event featured presentations from seven nursing homes, and 71 nursing homes employees were honored for a combined 1,102 years of service in long term care.
Alabama’s Best Practices was held August 27, 2015, at the Cahaba Grand Conference Center in Birmingham.
Here’s a photo gallery from the day that celebrates nursing homes.
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More than 400 people attended Alabama’s Best Practices 2015.
Hanceville Nursing & Rehab Center resident Lydia Guthrie plays the piano and leads the Alabama Best Practices crowd in singing. Ms. Guthrie is 79-years-old and was a certified choir director for the United Methodist Church.
Hanceville Nursing & Rehab Center presents We Can Do It! at Alabama’s Best Practices 2015.
Birmingham Nursing & Rehab Center presents A Person Centered Approach to Medication Administration at Alabama’s Best Practices 2015.
Marshall Manor Nursing Home played a friendly game of “Facility Feud” as part of its Memory Lane presentation.
Marshall Manor Nursing Home resident Patrick Cryar demonstrates talking with his iPad to the Alabama’s Best Practices audience.
Margaret Howell, of Cypress Cove Care & Rehab Center in Muscle Shoals, is honored for 54 years of service as a Licensed Practical Nurse. Also pictured are Alabama’s Best Practices Steering Committee Chair Donna Guthrie and ANHA President Richard Brockman.
Attendees of Alabama’s Best Practices 2015 filled out almost 400 postcards to legislators encouraging them to fully fund Medicaid.
Generations of Red Bay presented The Rooster Club at Alabama’s Best Practices 2015.
Cullman Health & Rehab Center presents My Facebook at Alabama’s Best Practices 2015.
Ms. Alabama Nursing Home 2015 Sylvia Holland addresses the Alabama’s Best Practices crowd. Host Bob Coker is also pictured.
Oak Park Nursing Home staff presented their Senior to Senior Art Program at Alabama’s Best Practices 2015.
Oak Trace Care & Rehab Center and Terrace Oaks Care & Rehab Center welcome cancer survivors to hte stage as part of their Walk & Roll presentation.