Increasing Occupancy in the Wake of the Pandemic

As the COVID-19 vaccine is more widely available, there has been a "nearly 99 percent decline in new COVID-19 cases among nursing home residents." Seniors and healthcare workers were among the first groups to get vaccinated, and because of this, the clinical crisis is...

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The Importance of Culture in Health Care Facilities

Through the last year and a half, as we have fought through Covid-19, the importance of having a positive company culture has been driven home at nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Through the pandemic, areas of "company culture" that needed improvement...

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May Super Food –Raspberries

 Raspberries are one of the world’s most consumed berries, and it’s no wonder since they’re naturally sweet and juicy. They can range in color from the popular red and black varieties to purple, yellow, or golden. Each color of berry has a unique composition of...

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April is Gardening Month -Time To Get Busy!

Nothing says springtime more than the new sprouts and shoots of a garden. April just happens to be National Garden Month, so gather up those plants and get your hands in the dirt! Many gardeners have spent the winter months dreaming and planning this year’s crop....

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April Superfood – Strawberries

 Many people view superfoods as exotic fruits and vegetables from far and distant places. But, foods don’t have to be exotic to be super. Strawberries are some of the best fruits you can eat, but what makes strawberries so great? The red fruits that you’ve likely been...

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Make the Right Choices for Healthy Eating

It’s called “comfort food” for a reason, as some foods evoke happy memories and help relieve stress. But comfort foods are typically energy-dense, high-fat, and sweets, such as chocolate, ice cream, and French fries. They provide pleasure or temporarily make us feel...

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March Superfood — Green Tea

 Herbal health drinks are nothing new. Today you can find a wide variety in the grocery store aisles. However, there is one healthy drink that has stood the test of time, and it's not as fancy, or expensive as you might think. Green tea has been used in traditional...

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History and Traditions of St. Patrick’s Day

 While St. Patrick’s Day is now associated with wearing green, parades, and beer, the holiday dates back more than 1,500 years. The earliest known feast day celebration was held on March 17, 1631, marking the anniversary of the death of St. Patrick in the 5th century....

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