National Kidney Month

Taking Care of Your Kidneys     March is National Kidney Month, and it is important to take good care of them! Kidneys work hard for you by filtering your blood to remove waste and extra water, by creating urine and removing it from the body. Making sure you are …

Mardi Gras Celebration

Add Your Heading Text Here This week the residents are celebrating Mardi Gras and Fat Tuesday! As part of their Mardi Gras, residents were able to guess how many beaded necklaces were in a vase. Those who guessed correctly will be able to pick a prize! We also had a …

Valentine’s Day Celebration

Spreading the Love, Thanks to Our Community This Valentine’s Day we were able to have an amazing celebration! Thanks to our very generous community, we were able to give every resident a flower, and card. Of course, what is Valentine’s day without Chocolates? Those residents who are able to have …

Helping Your Heart this February

Reducing Your Stress During American Heart Month        Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Half of all Americans are considered “at risk” for heart disease. Due to the high number of people with heart disease, February is American Heart Month, to raise …

Activity Professionals Week

Inspiring and Enriching Lives Activity Professionals Week is January 23 – 29th. Tyler and his team work hard every day to inspire, engage, and enrich the lives of the residents, and make the facility a more enjoyable experience for our residents. They come up with new and creative ways to …

Vitamin D and Winter

The Health Benefits of Vitamin D It makes sense that most people living in Wisconsin year round are vitamin D deficient. Vitamin D is produced in the body in response to the absorption of UV rays from the sun. However, with winters in Wisconsin, we don’t see sun very much, …