We had a lovely "Celebration of Life" ceremony yesterday morning for Mom, followed by a great lunch that Chef Keith provided for my family and close friends. Everything was very nice -- just as I had hoped!
The residents of 10 Wilmington Place were honored to have Mayor Nan Whaley speak at their monthly Resident Council meeting, February 14th, 2014. After she spoke to the residents she toured the building and shared a few snacks with the residents.
It is a great time to get out of the house and see our newly renovated Mini-Mall!
December 15, 2013 marked the ribbon-cutting ceremony of 10WP's newly renovated Mini-Mall area located on the Ground Floor. The existing Cafe', Salon, Post Office and General Store were updated and designed to provide beauty and functionality to our residents. New additions include a Fitness Center with state-of-the-art exercise equipment; 2 conversation areas; a two-sided fireplace; a Conference Room; and a Chapel.
December 15th--11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
** Start the season’s festivities by joining your friends at 10 Wilmington Place as we host our annual Holiday Open House.
This four-week series held at 10 Wilmington Place is designed to help new care partners prepare for issues faced now and in the future. While you do not have to attend all four weeks, you are encouraged to take advantage of the entire series.
Treats and a Tour!
You are invited to enjoy some delicious appetizers made by our Executive Chef, Keith Davis, and tour some of our newly remodeled Design Premium apartments.
The Josephine Memory Care Center will be holding a County Fair! The Fair will take place on the Memory Care unit and will include the following events;
Residents of 10 Wilmington Place and some guests enjoyed the sounds of The Kettering Civic Band as they performed an outdoor concert on our patio, Wednesday, August 21st. Beautiful weather and music made this free event well attended.
Our Director of Nursing, Donna Campbell, reported amazing results about medication reduction with residents inThe Josephine Memory Care Center with the implementation of the behavior based ergonomic program.
Over the past 8 months, 6 out of 12 residents withAlzheimer’s and/or dementia had a significant reduction with the use pain and behavioral medications, and 3 of them are no longer taking medications for behavior at all.
All the residents have an increased interest in activities and social interactions with family and other residents. We believe these results are evidence of the compassion, hard work and commitment of the staff and our behavior based ergonomics program.