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Levi shares a little about himself. . . “I have a Masters in Business Administration & Management from Franklin University. Having spent the last 7 years in long term care, my passion runs deep for the field and ever changing practices. I live in Wapakoneta with my husband and two dogs and enjoy traveling and finding adventure in new areas! I look forward to bringing exciting perspectives to the facility and working hand in hand with the team to build an outstanding community, centered on patient care and compassion. Stop by and say hi!”
Our residents enjoyed a Caramel Latte. Each month, we try a new favor latte. Our residents really enjoyed this one! They can’t wait to try the secret flavor for next month.
We painted this beautiful snowman painting this week. We are really enjoying our monthly canvas painting.
We enjoyed a delicious warm snack this morning. We made cinnamon roll crockpot casserole and it was enjoyed by all.
We celebrated New Year’s Day with a yummy donut. Did you know that eating a circle food like a donut is supposed to bring luck into the New Year? You should also end your year eating a donut because it represents the year coming full circle. This makes sense because you have to end one year before starting another.
Merry Christmas Eve! Our resident enjoyed a cup of crockpot hot chocolate and a yummy sugar cookie. We wish you a very Merry Christmas!
Our residents enjoying spending time listening to Christmas music and decorating some ornaments this week.
May your Christmas be filled with love and laughter! Ours definitely was this morning. Santa came for a visit and passed out a gift to each of the residents. The looks on our resident's faces while opening up their presents was priceless. They enjoyed a yummy meal of scrambled eggs, sausage links, waffles and fruit salad. It was a wonderful Saturday!!
We have been hard at work over the last few weeks! A couple of our resident participated in the canvas painting for the month. They saw the picture of Santa's belt and copied it and created their own version of it.
We took our Assisted Living Residents to see lights at Allen County Fairground and the neighborhood of Laurel Oaks. They really enjoyed it. We spent the evening talking about where they lived and how they used to decorate their houses for Christmas. They couldn't believe how many people had blow up decorations in their yards and how big they were.