Tips From Our Team

 

Tips From Our Team
7/19/2017 Managing Dynamics of Relationships: Maintaining Friendships
Changes in relationships will begin to occur...
7/4/2017 More Time for Being Together in Summer
From Celina B. Watson, Executive Director
7/1/2017 What is Pharmacogenetics?
From Mary Ann Durso, RN-BC, Director of Nursing
4/11/2017 Living Like It’s Spring
From Celina B. Watson, Executive Director
3/20/2017 In the Background
From Susie Sarkisian,
Director of Family Services
2/14/2017 Forgetfulness…Should I be worried?
Submitted by Joanne Hubbard, Director of Memory Care
1/12/2017 Kindness is like Snow
From Celina B. Watson, Executive Director
12/1/2016 Preserving Traditions
by Joanne Hubbard, Memory Care Director
10/19/2016 Four Common Types of Dementia
By Susie Sarkisian, Director of Family Services
10/7/2016 Opportunities to Learn From Our Elders
From Susie Sarkisian,
Director of Family Services
9/22/2016 A Fall Message
From Celina B. Watson, Executive Director
8/31/2016 COORDINATED BALANCE SYSTEM
Loss of balance is NOT a part of the normal aging process!
8/31/2016 Your Loved One Has Dementia?
By Jessica Derkis - As Seen in Active Over 50 / Winter 2016
7/4/2016 SUMMER MESSAGE
From Celina B. Watson, Executive Director
6/30/2016 Communication & Parkinson's Disease
From Mary Ann Durso RN-BC DON,
Director of Nursing Services
6/6/2016 And the Winner Is . . . No One!
Susie Sarkisian,
Director of Family Services
5/10/2016 Quality of Life...What Does That Mean?
By Joanne Rodda, Memory Care Director
4/21/2016 Books & Movies Can Offer Perspective
From MaryAnn Durso, Director of Nursing Services
3/25/2016 SPRING MESSAGE
From Celina Watson, Executive Director
3/3/2016 A Lesson in Honesty
by Susie Sarkisian,
Director of Family Services
1/18/2016 January is the Time for Resolutions
By Joanne Rodda, Director of Memory Care at The Kensington
12/11/2015 Holidays Are Here - Time to Eat!
From Mary Ann Durso,
Director of Nursing Services
11/16/2015 Opening Locked Doors for Seniors with Dementia
Susie Sarkisian,
Director of Family Services
10/16/2015 Sundowning and Appropriate Intervention Techniques
from Joanne Rodda,
Director of Memory Care
9/23/2015 FALL MESSAGE 2015
from Celina Watson,
Executive Director
9/16/2015 My Mom/Dad Needs to Go to the Hospital - Now What?
Mary Ann Durso,
Director of Nursing Services
8/6/2015 What's Great About Your Life Right Now?
from Susie Sarkisian,
Director of Family Services
7/6/2015 Navigating Visits with those in Late Stage Dementia
from Joanne Rodda,
Director of Memory Care
6/18/2015 Summer Message 2015
from Celina Watson,
Executive Director
5/26/2015 Young Teachers
A little role reversal . . .
4/1/2015 Benefits of Pet Companionship with People with Dementia
from Joanne Rodda,
Director of Memory Care
3/11/2015 Creating a Healthy Mind
from Mary Ann Durso,
Director of Nursing Services
2/11/2015 What Do I Say?
from Susie Sarkisian,
Director of Family Services
1/1/2015 New Year’s Resolution?
from Joanne Rodda,
Director of Memory Care
12/4/2014 Oh What a Pain!
Mary Ann Durso RN-BC BSC,
Director of Nursing Services
11/4/2014 Anybody Listening?
from Susie Sarkisian,
Director of Family Services
10/16/2014 Maximize the Change of Season
from Joanne Rodda,
Director of Memory Care

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More Time for Being Together in Summer 7/4/2017 From Celina B. Watson, Executive Director

 

“One benefit of summer was that each day we had more sunlight to read by.” Jeannette Walls, The Glass Castle.

 

The longer days of summer seem to change everything, don’t they? Whether it’s more reading light or more time to sit outside after dinner, daylight can be a real game-changer - and a welcome one at that. When I think back to mid November and December when driving home from work was done with headlights on, it feels so far away now. Longer days really do my soul some good.

 

Every time I see residents wearing their sun hats, or families picnicking down in the garden, it reminds me how vital it is to take in the outdoors - to ‘air out your head’ once in a while.

 

Please come visit us at The Kensington. There’s so much going on inside our doors - from musicians who are professionally hired to visitors and residents who can’t resist the grand piano. Theme days bring unpredictable fun. Exercise classes in the atrium get the passersby involved. And visiting pets unearth the dog lover in residents and visitors alike. Outside our doors, you can go for a walk around the block, sit under an umbrella on the patio, or admire our hydrangeas.

 

In short, take in summer with us - there’s more time for being together.
 

 

 

 

 

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