The healthcare world can be difficult to navigate, however with the Continuity of Care Association’s (COCA) monthly networking meetings, healthcare workers can rest easy knowing they are connected and updated with the latest in the field.
On Tuesday night, the Residences at Deer Creek hosted a delicious and exciting event for residents: a pie contest! The evening was filled with unique, tasty, and mouthwatering pies, each made with a little love.
On Friday, Symphony Of Chesterton and the Visiting Nurses Association, or VNA, partnered together for a Veterans Day celebration. The American Legion Post 170 of Chesterton and Post 94 of Valparaiso also helped in making the Veterans Day Tribute possible. The presentation started off by giving thanks and honoring those who have served, who are serving, and to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
A genuine “thank you,” and hand shake is enough to light up almost any veteran’s face, however the staff at Residences at Deer Creek in Schererville went the extra mile to show how much they are appreciated in Northwest Indiana.
Staying fit at any age is important, but it becomes increasingly more important as we age. As an America Council on Exercise (ACE) certified personal trainer, I help our residents maintain an exercise regimen that is safe and effective for everyone’s individual level of physical activity.
The Volunteer Advocates for Seniors and Incapacitated Adults organization of Franciscan Health Hammond welcomed its latest members during a swearing-in ceremony recently in the chambers of Lake Superior Court Civil Division Judge Diane Kavadias Schneider in Crown Point. Probate Commissioner American McAlpin, seated, officiated this year. The program, instituted in 2001 and the brainchild of then-hospital president Tom Gryzbek, is a collaborative effort between the hospital and the court system. It provides trained and supervised volunteers to serve as court-appointed legal guardians to assist the elderly and the courts in decision-making regarding seniors’ needs.
Quality of living at a retirement or healthcare facility is one of the most important features for those who live there. For those at Park Place of St. John, quality of care and the lifestyle they get to enjoy are far from a concern. Instead, residents and their families are given the peace of mind to know they are well cared for, comfortable, and able to enjoy the company of caring staff and friends on a daily basis.
When you or a loved one need home healthcare, the choices can be overwhelming. Residential Clinical Services can help make the decision of which agency to choose a little easier. RCS is a highly skilled home healthcare agency with over 30 years of experience caring for patients in the comfort of their own home.
For those in need of rehabilitative services, finding the right provider can be difficult. With so many facilities and care options available, it’s hard to determine what the right move may be for you or a loved one.
Community partnerships are important for many businesses to partake in. Whether the reasons are to help others, meet new people or provide a needed service, coming together to assist others is a valuable part of life. On Thursday, the Indiana locations of the Symphony Post Acute Network brought in lunch for the Maria Reiner Center in Hobart.
For someone looking for a caring environment for a loved one, the number of options and resources available can be overwhelming. Park Place of St. John is a beautiful facility offering compassionate care for seniors at various stages of their lives.