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Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month raises awareness of this neurodegenerative disease that affects over 50 million people worldwide. Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking, and behavior. The most common early symptom is difficulty remembering newly learned information. As Alzheimer’s advances through the brain, it leads to increasingly severe symptoms, including disorientation; mood and behavior changes; deepening confusion about events, time and place; unfounded suspicions about family, friends and professional caregivers; more serious memory loss and behavior changes; and difficulty speaking, swallowing and walking. You too can join hands against these devastating diseases by going purple to raise awareness.Read More
National Nursing Assistants Week celebrates the vital supporting role Nursing Assistants play in the delivery of quality care. On this day, we recognize all nursing assistants who dedicate their lives and service to the well-being of others! We appreciate and honor the timeless care and consideration that goes into all your hard work!Read More
Community Health Improvement Week honors health professionals who work more closely with communities to improve overall health. It also brings awareness to meaningful issues related to community health. This year, the aim is to focus on moving towards recovery from the global pandemic by: Reflecting on community health needs and opportunities illuminated by the pandemic and consider further actions needed to improve the health and well-being of all people. Renewing commitment to community health improvement, including working with cross-sector partners to better serve our communities. Rising Together to strengthen our communities through collaborative and creative work and investment in our neighborhoods and one another.Read More
Mental illnesses are among the most common health conditions in the United States and around the world. Around one in five American adults experience some form of mental illness. Even the most serious mental health conditions can be treated, however, allowing people to better contribute to their families and communities During this month we raise awareness on talking about mental illness to help break the stigma associated with mental health disorders such as depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder. Let’s use this time to focus and encourage individuals and their families to talk and heal by connecting in safe ways, prioritizing mental health and acknowledging that it’s okay to not be okay. “What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, and more unashamed conversation.” – Glenn Close.Read More
This month, we proudly celebrate selfless contributions that Nurses and Nursing professional’s world over contribute to, the endless support and care for patients. Nurses are trained professionals. They play a vital role in the Healthcare System. We honor and recognize all nurses and thank them for the continued impact they make to our well –being and to that of all communities.Read More
National Skilled Nursing Care Week is one of the most important events of the year for nursing homes. It is celebrated nationwide to honor the overall commitment of skilled nursing care facilities and their staff in providing compassionate and quality care to their residents during these unprecedented time. Over the past year, despite the challenges of the pandemic, skilled care centers and their staff have shown an incredible and steadfast commitment to providing quality care and ensuring the safety of their residents.Read More
In the last year, nurses have shown us the vital role they play in healthcare every day. During National Nurses Week, we celebrate our nurses and thank them for all their hard work, and their dedication to protecting our residents while continually providing quality care.Read More
National Patient Experience Week is an annual event developed by The Beryl Institute in an attempt to bring awareness to those who are responsible for providing exceptional patient experiences in healthcare. During this National Patient Experience Week, we salute those responsible for providing excellent patient experiences. We want to honor and acknowledge these individuals and their actions. A very big thank you to all the Doctors, Nurses, Administrative staff, Executive team members, Community organizations and patient family members who have raised the bar or continue to set a high standard for care.Read More
Stress Awareness Month has been recognized every April since 1992, to increase public awareness about both the causes and cures for our modern stress epidemic. Stress is a reaction to a situation where a person feels anxious or threatened. Learning healthy ways to cope and getting the proper care and support can help reduce stressful feelings and symptoms. Long-term stress can prove to be more than just a mental issue. From headaches to stomach disorders to depression – even very serious issues like stroke and heart disease can come as a result of stress. This month to spread awareness we would like to encourage you to talk openly and freely about stress and the stigma associated with it.Read More