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Short-Term Therapy Success Stories

— Mrs. Barber is a 59-year-old female who admitted to our facility March 23, 2021, following a motor vehicle accident with multiple fractures of bilateral lower extremities, ribs and spine. She has received extensive skilled Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy for almost a year focusing on strengthening, balance and gait training. Mrs. Barber progressed with all... Read More

March is Nutrition Month

— It can sometimes feel as if we’re bombarded with information about the latest eating trend or buzzworthy ingredient. But good nutrition is really about having a well-rounded diet, and it’s easier to do than you may think. In fact, living a nutritious lifestyle can be easy and fun. Nutrition is about more than vitamins—it also... Read More

March 26: Epilepsy Awareness Day

— What is Epilepsy? Epilepsy is a broad term used for a brain disorder that causes seizures. There are many different types of epilepsy. Epilepsy is a disorder of the brain that causes seizures. These seizures are not caused by a temporary underlying medical condition such as a high fever. Epilepsy can affect people in very... Read More

Short-Term Therapy Success Stories

— Cameron is a 38-year-old male who was referred to us due to severe weakness and debility after a long hospital stay. He received extensive Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy services. This included gait training, strengthening exercises, balance and dysphagia tasks. Cameron is excited to be returning home with his family this month after a successful... Read More

Happy Birthday!

— Happy Birthday to our amazing Staff and Residents Mabel W. 03/16 Constance A. 03/19 Joy K. 03/20 David C. 03/21 Mark G. 03/22 Azle B. 03/30

Activity Highlights

— March 11th @ 1:30 Residents Birthday Party March 17th @ 1 :30 St Patrick’s Day Party March 25th @ 1:30 Residents Council Meeting

Happy Birthday Wishes!

— Happy Birthday to our amazing staff and residents! Timothy H 2/8 Billy C 2/11 Drenda P 2/21 Barbabra B 2/22 Rebecca M 2/26 Ruth S 2/26

Five Healthy Snacks to Keep Your Health Resolutions on Track

— Chips. Pizza. Wings. These are some of the most common snacks brought to parties or potlucks, because they easily feed a lot of people and take very little time to prepare. They also make it harder to stick to a healthy eating plan. For National Snack Month, here are five low-prep, healthy alternatives to munch... Read More

Tell A Fairy Tale Day

— Over the years, oral histories, myths, and legends have evolved to become known the world over as “fairy tales.” The origins of most fairy tales are rough around the edges, and would not be considered appropriate for children by today’s standards. Most of these stories would be more at home as ghost stories around a... Read More

February is Heart Month: How can I reduce my risk of heart disease?

— Several health conditions, your lifestyle, your age and family history can increase your risk for heart disease. These are called risk factors. About half of all Americans (47%) have at least 1 of 3 key risk factors for heart disease: high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and smoking. Some risk factors for heart disease cannot be... Read More