Updates

Updates

Free Blood Pressure Screening

Free Blood Pressure Screening

Free Blood pressure screening in the community the 1st Tuesday of every month. Contact Rosegarden for information.

Health Informational Fair

Health Informational Fair

Our Admissions Director will also be conducting a health/informational fair at the facility on Dec 1st, there will be plenty of vendors with information and giveaways.

Employee of the Month

Employee of the Month

As a whole our team likes to reward outstanding behavior from our employees, so we recognize that in various ways. Our building has an employee of the month and we are implementing a “caught in the act” program, where anyone can nominate a staff member for doing something above their job description.

Craft Fairs

Craft Fairs

We have craft fairs though out the year where our residents can showcase their talents.

Summer Picnics

Summer Picnics

During our traditional summer picnics we gather everyone outside. Families, residents and staff can enjoy a beautiful day and delicious food we have a DJ play music that is upbeat and reminiscent of the residents past.

How to Prevent Falls in the Elderly

How to Prevent Falls in the Elderly

If you have an elderly parent or grandparent in your family, you may be worried about their well being particularly if they live alone. If they have a history of having fallen in the past, it becomes even more concerning since sixty percent of elderly patients who have one fall go on to fall again. […]

How to Help an Elderly Person Deal with Osteoporosis

How to Help an Elderly Person Deal with Osteoporosis

It is extremely important once a family member has been diagnosed with osteoporosis to help them prevent falls and further deterioration of their bones. Here is some information, I hope you will find helpful. Does the person really understand their condition? Make sure they clearly understand what the doctor has told them. Often they do […]

Chronic Diabetes in the Elderly: The Effects of Treatment Burnout

Chronic Diabetes in the Elderly: The Effects of Treatment Burnout

By Christine Cadena Diabetes in the elderly is expected to rise in the next several decades as the baby boomer population begins to enter retirement. For many elderly adults, diabetes will be a lifelong health battle and will require the attention and support of family members to ensure compliance is treatment is maintained. If you […]

Preparing Your Home for Elderly Parents

Preparing Your Home for Elderly Parents

By Eisla Sebastian The cost of assisted living communities and retirement homes coupled with the troubles the economy has experienced over the last decade has made it necessary for many families to take in their elderly parents. If you find yourself in this position it is a good idea to make a few simple adjustments […]

What to look for in a Nursing Facility

What to look for in a Nursing Facility

Use the following checklist to assist you in assess nursing homes. If possible, both the caregiver and care recipient should be involved in the decision making process. The more an older person participates in the planning process, the easier it will be to adjust to the new environment. The Facility Are there handrails along the […]