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Safeguard Your Skin

— The harshness of summer can take its toll on our skin’s condition. Use these simple tips to safeguard your skin on the inside and outside of your body. Inside: Drink water steadily throughout the day. In hot weather, you’ll need more water as your body will use additional water to regulate your body temperature. If... Read More

June is National Brain Health Month

— As our body ages, so does our brain. By taking care of your brain, you may be able to decrease your chances of developing dementia-related diseases. Many over-the-counter supplements are fortified with zinc, magnesium, folic acid (a type of B vitamin) and other essential nutrients for the brain. Fruits and vegetables contain antioxidants which can... Read More

National Safety Month: Medication Safety

— Medication errors can occur in a medical center, senior living facility, or at home. Hospitals, pharmacies, and facilities have checks in place to minimize medication errors. When getting a refill or a new prescription, be sure to verify: Your name is on the bottle. The name of the doctor. The name of the medication, since... Read More

National Nursing Assistants Week, June 13-19

— Nursing Assistants have a rewarding profession; they can help patients and residents improve quality of life! Whether you are recovering from a hospital stay or living in a nursing facility nursing assistants are there to make a difference! Nursing Assistants report vital signs, check on patients, help set up medical equipment, and transfer patients as... Read More

June 10 is Iced Tea Day

— There is nothing like a cold drink on a hot day. For about 2 billion people, iced tea is their drink of choice. Tea is a very versatile drink, being able to be served hot and cold. It’s also healthy for you as well! Tea is rich in antioxidants. Antioxidants rid your body of harmful... Read More

What Is Osteoporosis?

— As we age, so do our bones. Osteoporosis occurs when the bones become brittle due to lack of proper levels of calcium. It can affect men and women, but mostly women. When bones lose calcium (or density) they become weakened and can be easily fractured or broken. The most common fractures occur in the hip,... Read More

May is Healthy Vision Month

— Do you extend your arms when reading a menu? Or bring the newspaper closer to you? Declining vision may be a sign of aging, but eating the right foods may help improve your vision: Vitamin C may help with slowing macular degeneration and reducing the risk of cataracts and glaucoma. Vitamin C can be found... Read More

Success Story: Joyce R.

— Joyce R. came to us from SRHC after surgery. She was able to return home in 30 days. She says that “Pinnacle Park has the best Therapy in town”.

Happy Birthday and Welcome!

— Milestone May Birthdays William L. 80 Kerry T. 70 William L. 85 Welcome! March 18 Bonny C. March 25 Donna S. April 11 Connie D. April 12 Betty C.

Special Events

— May 12-18 is National Nursing Home Week. We have lots of fun events planned for the week: Sunday May 12 Mother’s Day Tea Monday May 13 Balloon Release & Gutter Sundaes Tuesday May 14 Pancake Breakfast & Watermelon Wednesday May 15 BBQ Thursday May 16 Special Bingo & Visit from the Zoo Friday May 17... Read More