Today many of us are living longer. What does that mean? It gives us more time to enjoy life, friendships, family and other pleasures. On the other hand, what happens if we find our loved ones unable to manage on their own?
Are you worried about your mom or dad—or another loved one who is living alone? Let’s say you want to ask if they would consider moving to a senior living community. Chances are you’ll encounter some resistance. How can you make it easier to discuss transitions with those you love?
Did you know that Cassia has a podcast? Rev. Chaplain Nancy Carlson interviews Cassia staff and residents as they share what fullness of life means to them. It is #InternationalPodcastMonth, so we are sharing some of our most popular podcasts.
Housekeeping Aide Stacy Schullo has worked at Cornerstone Assisted Living for the past four years. She does a spectacular job as a member of the Environmental Services team and is also extremely creative in thinking up ways to enhance residents’ experiences.
September is a great month to highlight the contributions of environmental services staff. Juan Tenesaca and his wife Teresa De Tenesaca work at Cassia’s Redeemer Health Care Center.
Before coming to Lake Ridge Care Center, Harold Peltz lived on a dairy farm between Buffalo and Rockford, since 1962. While at home he suffered a back injury, which caused an infection. He was in a lot of pain and lost the ability to walk or get up on his own. He came to Lake Ridge to get the help he needed, and begin therapy.