We love learning new things with the Larue County Library. Camp Sunrise enjoyed learning to make jewelry and had so much fun. Does Summer Camp really have to end?
News & Updates
Signature HealthCARE of Sunrise was glad to sponsor the Larue Chamber luncheon today. Audrey Mercer, Regional Director of Business, partnership did a great job giving testament to all that Signature HealthCARE does. Lorrie McCoy, Admissions, at Sunrise along with Stephanie and Shannon, from our Sister faculties of North Hardin And E-town, were also there. It was so exciting to tell our story, and of course see Abe. Thanks to the amazing dietary staff for the great lunch. One of Abe’s famous quotes is, “Whatever you are be a good one”. Words to live by.
|What we love about Monday’s! Our Quality of Life and Restorative teams join up weekly to get everyone ‘moving and grooving’. We love when the kids join in on the fun. Music, dancing and exercising makes Monday’s more enjoyable.
Your child(ren) can find candy filled eggs hidden in your yard on Saturday, April 20th!
All orders must be placed by Saturday, April 13th. Must pay in advance.
For more information, please call (270) 358-3103 and ask for Activities Department or Sonya Turner.
A limited amount of yards can be egged. Don’t delay, get your yard egged today!
24 eggs for $20, 36 eggs for $30, or 48 eggs for $40.
All proceeds go to Elder Vacation fund!
Signature HealthCARE is proud to once again be named to Modern Healthcare’s list of “Best Places to Work in Healthcare!” Only 100 nominees make the list each year and this is the fourth time Signature HealthCARE has been named to the list! The ranked order of nominees will be revealed in October.
To see the full list, follow this link: http://bit.ly/1PqBuQk
“You never get too old to enjoy life,” said a 91-year-old Signature resident who traveled to Panama City Beach, Fla. earlier this year, the fourth consecutive year Signature has taken groups of residents on vacation. Check out the video above for highlights from the trip, and be sure to click the links below for additional coverage.
Signature HealthCARE received the citation in the ‘Facilitating Organizational Change’ category for its Executive CNA Program. The award recognizes organizations for results achieved through the use of practices and solutions from the entire scope of talent development.
For more information about the story, visit the SHC Newsroom.
There are no pictures to accompany this outing because it was a private time for our elders. We don’t think of elders in our nursing home grieving for others, but they do. If they weren’t in a nursing home this Memorial Day weekend they would be planning a visit to the cemetery to decorate the tombstone of a spouse, child, parent, sibling or friend. So why do we put limitation on them when they are in a nursing home?
Today we took some elders to decorate the tombstones of their spouses, with flower arrangements they had made this week. It was such a rewarding experience that touched the hearts of the Quality of Life staff and Chaplain. Words cannot describe accurately the gratitude these elders had to have this moment of remembrance. One elder went to her husbands grave for the first time since he had passed away two years ago. It was the first time seeing the tombstone, the first time decorating and the first time talking with him. As we assisted her with putting the flowers in the ground she stated “These are for you Sweet Man!” We then gave her some time alone. As we returned to the grave she was admiring the engraving on the back of the tombstone on her husbands side it had baseball bat and glove because he loved baseball. We chuckled when we saw that on her side of the tombstone was a UofK shirt — because she LOVES the University of Kentucky Basketball team. Once back in the van she started to tell us the story of how she chased him down and she knew that he was the man she was going to marry. They were married 61 years.