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Physical Therapy Success Story: Benny B.

Apr 7, 2021 — Benny B. recovered from Covid 19 in December, however, he continued to have muscle weakness in his lower extremities for several weeks following his illness. Benny’s continued muscle weakness was negatively impacting his balance and functional mobility around the facility. He was evaluated by physical therapy and a personalized plan of care was created to... Read More

Employee of the Month: Marisa F.

Apr 7, 2021 — Congratulations to Marisa Fry for being the employee of the month! She is fairly new to her new position AL Director, and before she moved over she has worked many hours covering shifts that needed covered. A Big Thank You!!!

Administrative Professionals Day: April 21, 2021

Apr 7, 2021 — Join us in honoring the administrative professionals at our building on April 21! This holiday was started by International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) in 1952 as a way to celebrate administrative professionals around the world. Please take the time to do something thoughtful or tell the administrative professionals in your life how much you... Read More

National Parkinson’s Awareness Month

Apr 7, 2021 — April is National Parkinson’s Awareness Month, which helps to increase awareness of Parkinson’s disease in the United States. Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative disorder of the nervous system that affects motor skills. Symptoms can include shaking, slowness of movement, and difficulty walking, with advanced stages usually involving dementia and memory impairment. There currently is no... Read More

Celebrate World Art Day on April 15

Apr 7, 2021 — World Art Day is an international celebration of the fine arts, which was declared by the International Association of Art (IAA/AIAP) to promote awareness of creative activity worldwide. The first World Art Day was held on April 15, 2012, a date chosen in honor of Leonardo da Vinci’s birthday. In the United States, World Art... Read More

Three Back Pain Relief Exercises for Seniors

Feb 27, 2021 — During the winter months, it is easy to become more sedentary and as a result experience an increase in stiffness and back pain. According to physical therapist Dr. Michael Kaspin, doing basic daily exercises correctly can help alleviate a lot of that back pain without the addition of pain medication. Here are three exercises he... Read More

Short-Term Therapy Success Story

Feb 27, 2021 — Denny J. has been a long-time resident of Fountainview’s assisted living. In December Denny fell ill with Covid 19 and ended up in the hospital. When he discharged back to Fountainview he was very weak and required assistance with all of his mobility and activities of daily living. Denny was immediately picked up by Physical... Read More

Certified Nurses Day is March 19

Feb 27, 2021 — Certified Nurses are dedicated to patient care and safety, and for this reason they have worked hard to achieve specialized certifications that allow them to help their patients at an elevated level! This commitment could not be more crucial than during this past year, and it is important to take notice of that. Certified nurses... Read More

Social Workers are Essential

Feb 27, 2021 — Every March during National Social Work Month we recognize the empathy and hard work Social Workers display in their service as advocates, advisors, counselors, and facilitators for the underserved in public settings. Social workers are essential to community well-being, which is why the theme for this year’s Social Work Month is Social Workers Are Essential!... Read More