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LIMA Location - Now Providing In House Dialysis

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Liberty Retirement Community of Lima is now providing in-house dialysis treatment so that our residents can get their treatments 5 days per week. No traveling to another location and taking the entire day. And no risk of outside exposure to the pandemic.

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COVID-19 Vaccine UPDATE - March 2021

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Currently all residents and staff who have requested the vaccine have received both the first and second dose of the COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccine. Liberty is now an official licensed vaccine provider. We will be administering the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine to new residents and staff.

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Miss Ohio 2018

With great pride I would like to announce that Liberty Nursing Centers of Mansfield escorted both the King and Queen of the Richland county fair ageless beauty contest back to our community. this is very rare to win both titles. Mr. Hadamusician at the age of 101stole the show with his quick wit! Mrs. Betty Jones with her bubbly personality melted the hearts of the judges. Word travels fast in our town and low and behold who stopped to pay homage to our royal court the one and only newly crowned Miss Ohio 2018, Matti-Lynn Christman. Crowns were the topic of discussion along with lots of congratulations!

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Alzheimers, Dementia respond to Music

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Watch this amazing video! (Click "read more" below to see video)

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Alzheimer's and Dementia Therapy

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Liberty Nursing Centers are using state-of-the-art therapy for residents with Alzheimer's and Dementia. This new therapy is called Music and Memory. The brain/music connection happens when we hear a song from our past that is profoundly linked to a personal memory like a first love or leaving home for good. In fact, our brains are hard-wired to connect music with long-term memory. Even for persons with severe dementia, music can tap deep emotional recall. For individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s, memory for things—names, places, facts—is compromised, but memories from our teenage years can be well-preserved. Favorite music or songs associated with important personal events can trigger memory of lyrics and the experience connected to the music. Beloved music often calms chaotic brain activity and enables the listener to focus on the present moment and regain a connection to others. Persons with dementia, Parkinson’s and other diseases that damage brain chemistry also reconnect to the world and gain improved quality of life from listening to personal music favorites.

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