Letter from the Administrator

Jul 2, 2020 — Hello Everyone, Well-another month has gone by in the Coronaverse. Most of you are aware that restrictions have loosened, “slightly.” Although family members are not allowed in the building, yet, medically necessary individuals are. But, you can still visit and have a face to face outside. If you want to visit, please call on Friday... Read More

Success Story: Benny B.

May 31, 2020 — Benny B. has been a resident at Fountainview since November 2019. When he came down with pneumonia last month, he was showing increased weakness and poor endurance. Benny was evaluated by our physical therapist and occupational therapist and a personalized plan of care was written towards helping Benny regain his strength and return to his... Read More

Eat Healthy to Help Reduce Anxiety

May 31, 2020 — Due to necessary lifestyle requirements resulting from ever-changing health and safety guidelines, many people across the country are having to deal with significant anxiety. Anxiety is a normal reaction to change and stress, but when anxiety becomes excessive or irrational, it can become disabling. At this time, people often turn to food for comfort, causing... Read More

Virtual Museum Tours

May 31, 2020 — Whether you enjoy traveling or are looking for something new to do during at-home social distancing, now is the time to take a “staycation” with a virtual museum tour! Experience a variety of cultures, education, and exploration of science, history, anthropology, and art of all types, including architecture, clothing, sculpture, painting, photography, mixed media and... Read More

Employee of the Month!

May 31, 2020 — Congratulations Destiny F. on being the Employee of the Month for June. Destiny is one of our wonderful 2nd shift CNA’s. She has been with us for a year now. Destiny makes sure she takes an interest in knowing each resident. She is very attentive to each one of their needs. Our residents love when... Read More

Celebrating our CNAs!

May 31, 2020 — Our CNAs are the hearts and hands that care. They are compassionate, kind and loving. They make a positive difference every day. If you see a CNA, make sure you thank them for all the hard work that they do, we could not do it without them!!

Letter from the Administrator

May 31, 2020 — Families, We are in uncertain waters. Understandably, there is much concern for your loved ones living here. Know, we are doing our best to ensure their safety. I have been made aware that some of you have tried to call and were unable to get an answer. This issue has been addressed. At times we... Read More

Success Story: Stella S.

Apr 30, 2020 — A few weeks ago, Stella S. fell ill with pneumonia. She went from being modified independent in the facility to being in a wheelchair and needing assistance with all her activities of daily living. Stella was evaluated by our physical therapist and our occupational therapist and an individualized plan of care was created to help... Read More

Employee of the Month!

Apr 30, 2020 — Let’s congratulate Kaylyn R. for being our Employee of the Month for May. Kaylyn is one of our wonderful CNA/CMA. She has been with us since October of 2018. Kaylyn shows exceptional teamwork. She is always willing to help where she is needed. Our residents love how she pampers them, and they know she truly... Read More

National Stroke Month: Acting F.A.S.T. Is Key for Stroke

Apr 30, 2020 — Acting F.A.S.T. can help stroke patients get the treatments they desperately need. The stroke treatments that work best are available only if the stroke is recognized and diagnosed within three hours of the first symptoms. Stroke patients may not be eligible for these if they don’t arrive at the hospital in time. If you think... Read More