Month: June 2022
In Volume 11, Issue 1 of engage! magazine, we shared “A Day in the Life” of Margie McCloskey, UMC at Wesley by the Bay’s wellness nurse. Wesley by the Bay’s housing administrator, Kathy Speer, was also interviewed about her time with United Methodist Communities and her experience in senior living, with UMC, and working with… Continue reading Q&A With Kathy Speer
Losing independence is undoubtedly one of the hardest parts about getting older. We’re all used to a certain level of freedom in our daily lives and if we can drive ourselves wherever we want to go, our cars are our ticket to continued independence. Being able to drive can keep older adults connected to their… Continue reading Getting Them To Give Up The Keys
As we get older, our body, that reliable servant for so many years, may begin to betray us. But the healing power of music can transport us out of a limited world into an limitless one of feeling, memory, and imagination. Music is a wonderful way of connecting with loved ones with dementia conditions and… Continue reading The Healing Power of Music
Each month, we will pick associates who go above and beyond in the community. for UMC MVP. This month, in honor of CNA Week, we have chosen Kathy Moss. She loyal, trustworthy and reliable. She has won a value award in the past, and has always been an excellent ambassador for The Shores. Congratulations Kathy!
Each month, we will pick associates who go above and beyond in the community for UMC MVP. This month, in honor of CNA Week, we have chosen Kitty Wurst. Kitty is a CHHA who works for HomeWorks in The Bristol Glen community and also helps as a CNA. She always goes above and beyond providing… Continue reading UMC MVP: Kitty Wurst