Last week, Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center celebrated their amazing Housekeeping/Laundry Department during National Healthcare Housekeeping Week which was September 8-14. Residents and staff appreciate all they do throughout the year to keep the facility clean and beautiful. Thank you all so much.
Many people don’t feel the need to keep in physical shape when they get older. Consequently, many of those older adults end up needing to use a walker, fall more often, and become depressed. The best person for any grandparent is to get a physical therapist that specializes in geriatrics. Like those you find in…
Residents and staff at Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center had a fun filled time at the Swift Silver Mine Parade yesterday. Staff are blessed that some of their residents were able to attend. Mike, Brenda, and crew work very hard every year in designing and building the facility’s float. This year the float theme…
Residents and staff were in for a musical treat the other day at Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center. The one and only Elvis stopped by to sing a few songs and make some residents bust a move. There was lots of singing and laughter during this concert. Everyone had a wonderful time.
Sharing birthday wishes with the residents at Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center. Delicious strawberry shortcake and beverages were enjoyed by each resident.
What a great day for some KFC and Taco Bell. Residents of Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center enjoyed the delicious food and perfect weather. Special thanks to Daniel Boone Transit driver Willard for his help.
It’s reported that one out of three seniors will fall this year and fewer than half will mention it to their doctors. Falls are one of the biggest causes for injuries that can result in hip fractures, cuts, and serious head/brain injuries. Here are some tips to help prevent a fall: Clean up clutter: keep…
Betty Phillips always surprises the residents at Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center when she brings their crafts back. This time they turned flower pots into a lighthouse….beautiful.
The residents at Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center enjoyed looking at the flowers, feeling the breeze, drinking Kool-Aid, and eating cookies in courtyard. Special thanks to Food & Nutritional Services for the goodies.
What a great day at Long John Silver’s Stanton for the residents at Wolfe County Health and Rehabilitation Center. The food was delicious and the weather was perfect. Special thank you to Daniel Boone Transit drivers Willard and Robbie for all their help.