March is Social Worker Month

March 3, 2023 — Take a moment during March to recognize the empathy, compassion, emotional support, and hard work social workers provide to others. Social workers, together with clinical care practitioners, help ensure that the people in their care achieve the best possible outcomes.

Success Stories: Joseph

March 3, 2023 — Joseph came to us as a new amputee. During his stay here he was able to receive his new prosthetic and continue his rehab journey. He learned to walk again, and at the end of his stay he was able to walk unlimited distances with his cane. He discharged home with his family. We are... Read More

We Celebrated Activity Professionals Week!

March 3, 2023 — Our Activities Department does an awesome job of providing fun enrichment activities for our residents and go above and beyond to meet their needs! Their hard work doesn’t go unnoticed. We are thankful to have such an awesome group (a few not pictured) on the HNR team!

Activity Highlights

March 3, 2023 — March 2: Q- tip painting March 6: National Oreo Day March 9: Popcorn Lovers Day March 14: Shaving Cream Fun March 16: Tape Painting March 17: St. Patrick’s Day Party March 20: Soda floats March 30: Birthday Party

A Letter from the Administrator

March 3, 2023 — Hello all families and friends, Spring is just around the corner! We are excited for the warm weather that’s coming. Our facility continues to try and meet the needs of our residents and community. If your loved one needs a covid booster we are able to accommodate this. Please see your nurse or unit manager... Read More

Letter From The Administrator

February 10, 2023 — Hello all families and friends, A new year is already here! Our facility continues to try and meet the needs of our residents and community. We will begin giving out flu vaccines, so if you have not turned in your consent form, please get it in. Also, though not mandated, we are able to give... Read More

Embroidery Month

February 10, 2023 — Embroidery is a craft most notably mastered by the early Egyptians, as well as the Chinese in the Zhou Dynasty of China. Studies show that this art may have also existed in primitive cultures in many parts of the world. From generation to generation, the art of stitching has evolved and reached a new height... Read More

How to be a Heart-Health Role Model

February 10, 2023 — Sharing is caring, but not when it comes to serious health conditions like diabetes or heart disease. These health conditions, like many others, can run in families. But there’s a lot you can do to help protect yourself and your family. What’s the key to being a heart-healthy role model? Getting your family involved! By... Read More

A Very Happy Birthday To You!

February 10, 2023 — Happy Birthday to these amazing Residents Henrietta D. Cheryl O. Paul A. Kimberly B. Sandra S. John B. Wishing our amazing Staff a very Happy Birthday! Dottie A. Bobby P. Morgan S

February Activity Highlights

February 10, 2023 — Activity Highlights this month: 2/1: Ground Hog Hunt 2/3: National Carrot Cake Day 2/6: Ice cream “truck” 2/8: Popcorn and movie 2/10: Tasty Treats 2/12: Superbowl 2/14: Valentines Day Party 2/21: Mardi Gras Party 2/22: Birthday Party 2/23: Nation Chili Day 2/25: Pancake Day 2/27: Soda Floats