Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have been married for 55 years, and are proud to live in their beautiful home in the suburbs. In this home they raised their two loving children, Johnny and Julie. They are in their late 80’s, and Mr. Johnson has been experiencing some physical decline, and falls often. Mrs. Johnson has … More Caregiving For A Person Who Doesn’t Think They Need Help
Part 1: It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint: Setting Boundaries in Caregiving Caregiving for a family member, friend, or neighbor can be rewarding, but with it comes a wide range of emotions. On any given day, a caregiver may feel joy, hope, love, anger, fear, frustration, or resentment; the list goes on. What is important is … More Coaching the Caregiver: A 3 part series on challenges of caregiving
A great article was published in The Villager last week titled, Shepard Park caters to all ages and stages of its residents’ lives. We are so proud of the neighborhood feel that has been created in Shepard Park. To read the entire article visit our website, here.
I would like to nominate assistant manager Shavon McKinney, maintenance technician Evan Phillips and caretaker Robert Williams for Employee(s) of the month. What I have seen from this team in my first few days is truly breathtaking! Shavon drops whatever she is doing to listen to a resident’s issues or praise, and she has had a long list of “extra” … More An Exceptional Team at Rockwood Place!