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Month: October 2022

UMC MVP: Linda Schofield

Published By mweinbaum on October 31, 2022

Each month, we will pick associates who go above and beyond in the community for UMC MVP. This month, in honor of National Physical Therapy Month, we’d like to highlight Linda Schofield! She is an amazing therapist who is very reliable and dependable. Congratulations Linda!

Independent or Assisted Living?

Published By mktagrp9 on October 24, 2022

Have you or your senior loved one considered moving into an independent living or assisted living community? It’s never an easy decision to make, but there comes a time when it’s the safest and wisest option for everyone involved. Nowadays, you have several choices regarding types of communities and the different levels of care they… Continue reading Independent or Assisted Living?

UMC MVP: Christina Honold

Published By mweinbaum on October 21, 2022

Each month, we will pick associates who go above and beyond in the community for UMC MVP. This month, in honor of National Physical Therapy Month, we’d like to highlight Christina Honold! Christina is a compassionate and kind, hardworking therapist, who only wants the best for her residents. She is willing to go the extra… Continue reading UMC MVP: Christina Honold

UMC MVP: Kim Wecht

Published By mweinbaum on October 19, 2022

Each month, we will pick associates who go above and beyond in the community for UMC MVP. This month, in honor of Pastor Appreciation Month, we’d like to highlight Kim Wecht! Simply put, we don’t know what we would do without her! Congratulations Kim!

Why Dementia Care At Home Can Be So Difficult

Published By mktagrp9 on October 19, 2022
Mature Asian woman spending quality time with her depressed elderly mother at home.

As dementia is a progressive disease, the initial stages can be quite manageable. As the disease inevitably advances, however, caring for your loved one at home can become increasingly difficult. Senior caregiving is a full-time commitment in itself and can become incredibly stressful especially if you are working a full-time job, have little experience with… Continue reading Why Dementia Care At Home Can Be So Difficult

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