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Success Story: Madhoe G.

Mar 29, 2018 — Madhoe G., age 69 years old, admitted to us in January of this year after suffering a stroke. Madhoe, a retired auto mechanic couldn’t believe he suffered a stroke but was surely motivated to gain his strength back quickly. Madhoe worked closely with our rehab therapist Johnathan during his stay. “I feel I got great... Read More

Earth Day

Mar 29, 2018 — Earth Day came about after six years of effort from then Senator Gaylord Nelson, who, back in the 1960s, had the foresight to look at the long term impact of pollution on the environment. He was instrumental in getting his message out to college students, who took this issue on with concern and enthusiasm for... Read More

Reduce Your Environmental Footprint

Mar 29, 2018 — There are many projects we can do to reduce our environmental footprint and help in the rehabilitation of the earth. Here are some tips you can easily do everyday to care for our environment. Reduce – Conserving our natural resources can be done everyday. If we don’t start conserving our resources soon, we may face... Read More

National Parkinson’s Awareness Month

Mar 29, 2018 — 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

Easter Egg Traditions from Around the World

Mar 29, 2018 — The egg is the most well-known symbol of fertility, new life, and the start of a new beginning. Some egg-related customs have been around for centuries. Each culture decorates their eggs according to the customs that have been handed down. Eggs have been dyed and eaten in Persia, Greece, Rome and ancient Egypt. The egg... Read More

National Doctors’ Day

Mar 3, 2018 — National Doctors’ Day is Friday, March 30 – a day we celebrate the contributions of our physicians. The United States Congress designated Doctors’ Day as a national holiday with a resolution passed on October 30, 1990. Physicians play an important role in post-acute and long-term care. The American Medical Directors Association (AMDA) formed The Society... Read More

Tips For Spring Cleaning

Mar 3, 2018 — If you are storing away your winter clothes, consider using large plastic storage containers that feature snap-on lids. Storage containers are very important to keeping your clothes free from fading and dust. When packing your clothes, roll them instead of folding. This not only eliminates creases and wrinkles, but also saves a lot of space.... Read More

Success Story: Marie D.

Mar 3, 2018 — March brings to mind our patients that “spring” back onto their feet ! Our success story this month is Marie D. Marie, a retired private duty home health aide suffered a stroke resulting in a 2 week hospital stay in Dec 2017. The stroke left Maria with limited use of her left leg making it... Read More

Women’s History Month

Mar 3, 2018 — March is Women’s History Month, which began as International Women’s Day and then Women’s History Week. Women’s History Week was first celebrated in 1978 in Sonoma County, California, which was designed around March 8 (International Women’s Day). In February 1980, President Jimmy Carter issued a presidential proclamation declaring the week of March 8, 1980, as... Read More

Tips for Better Heart Health

Jan 30, 2018 — Along with Valentine’s Day, we celebrate American Heart Month during February. How can you help your heart stay healthier longer? Fill up on fiber. Not only does fiber help lower levels of LDL (“bad”) cholesterol, it can aid weight management. Go bananas. Too much sodium and too little potassium is a recipe for high blood... Read More