World Radio Day

— Even though we have many new and fun ways to communicate and be entertained, radio is still relevant and important in our daily lives. 92% of Americans 18 and older listen to the radio every week. Radio becomes more than entertainment in times of disaster, providing severe weather and traffic updates, bringing us news and... Read More

Valentine’s Day Myths and Gifts

— For hundreds of years Valentine’s Day has been celebrated by people everywhere, but why was St. Valentine, the saint most associated with romantic love, so important? Eight hundred years before Valentine’s Day was established, a man named Claudius was in power in Rome. He felt that marriage was a bad thing because it made men... Read More

Short-Term Therapy Success Stories

— Sherry H was admitted to us in November after being hospitalized for several medical issues and COVID. She participated in PT, OT, and ST in order to regain strength and independence. When she was admitted to BGNR she required total assistance in all her ADLs. She has worked very hard each and every day in... Read More

Happy Birthday Wishes in 2022!

— Happy Birthday to our amazing Staff and Residents! Chheth S. 1/1 Anna Y. 1/6 Margaret T. 1/18 Marjorie J. 1/20 Patricia E. 1/27

Upgrade Your Classic Hot Cocoa

— There are not many things that can perk you up on a cold and rainy day than a cup of creamy hot chocolate. This delicious beverage can be traced back to the Mayan and Aztec civilizations in which they consumed chocolate drinks made from roasted cocoa seeds mixed with spices like chili and achiote or... Read More

Health Benefits of Oatmeal

— Oatmeal is rich in complex, energy-giving carbohydrates, low in fat, and high in water soluble fiber. Soluble fiber may reduce the levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or the “bad” cholesterol. Studies show that 5-10 grams of soluble fiber may decrease the LDL levels by about 5%. Eating 1.5 cups of oatmeal significantly reduces one’s cholesterol... Read More

Stickers are a part of everyone’s life—regardless of age!

— There are endless amounts of stickers to collect! One of the most common “sticker” collections are actually stamps—which are considered to be the first stickers. Stickers can be a delightful form of self-expression. They can be funny, crazy, thought provoking, silly, or intelligent. Stickers can be used as way for you to proclaim your views... Read More

Tips for Creating Successful Resolutions

— Stick to 1-2 important goals. Having a laundry list of all the things you would like to change in your life can be overwhelming. Having a smaller list allows you to concentrate all your energy and focus on these goals. Once you achieve those goals, you can always set a few more! Be realistic. An all-or-nothing attitude... Read More

December Birthday Wishes!

— Happy Birthday to our Staff and Residents Pa M. 12/1 Bonnie D. 12/6 Judith G. 12/6 Sherry H. 12/29

Activity Highlights

— 12/10 @1:30 Residents Birthday Party 12/17 @1:30 Residents Christmas Party 12/24 @ 1:30 Residents Council Meeting 12/31 @1:30 New Year’s Eve Party