March has flown by, we are all eagerly awaiting spring! Trees here on campus are starting to bud, the song birds and doves are back, the grass will be green before we know it. 

The apartment residents have been busy with game nights, bingo, and other indoor activities. Several residents enjoyed a great Italian dinner at Santino's in Jersey Shore last night. 

The Skilled Nursing Facility had their "First Day of Spring Tea" on Sunday March 18th. Tom Wetzel and Cheryl Frymire provided musical entertainment, Our dietary director Jean Ringle made us all sorts of lovely Tea Breads and other sweets, and we entertained almost 100 hundred guests! It was so nice to see so many residents enjoying visits with their family and friends. 

We are also very excited about getting a brand new van for the Skilled Nursing Facility! We will be able to transport more wheelchairs in the new van than in our old one... and it looks really nice. Look for it cruising around town! 

 

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What is Comfort Care?

Many recognize the term Hospice Care, which is end-of-life care. Here at The Williamsport Home, we like to use the term Comfort Care.

How to know when a loved one with Alzheimer’s needs more care than you can provide at home

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia is a challenging task. Many times as the disease progresses the needs of the person become so great it is very difficult to provide care at home. Many people who suffer from dementia do not sleep well. They often wander and cannot remember how to get back home. They lose the ability to assess dangerous situations such as traffic or terrain. Many women especially will turn on electrical appliances such as stoves but have lost the ability to realize the burners are hot, or they use inappropriate tools or containers on the stove.

Wellness Tips - Be Heart Smart

February is National Heart Month, and not because it is Valentine’s Day. The American Heart Association’s has a “Go Red” campaign which aims to help women take action against heart disease.

How to decide when the time is right to move to a Senior Living Environment

One of the most difficult decisions we make is when to give up a home we have lived in for many years and move to an apartment. Often friends or family see that the move may be necessary before we see it ourselves. Here are some questions to ask yourself if this topic has come up:

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