Residents at Life Care Center of Littleton, Colorado, had a special surprise on Valentine’s Day 2017.
Ron Kraft, a certified nursing assistant and rehab aide, came to work that morning dressed as Cupid. He had valentines stuck to a pair of tights that matched perfectly with his red shorts and sash. He added a pair of feathered angel wings to top off his costume....
Local celebrity businesswoman Jane Withers, better known as Hub Cap Annie, is about to ride again.
Withers, now a resident at Life Care Center of Littleton, Colorado, is featured in the recently released 2016 edition of Life Care LEADER magazine, a publication of Life Care Centers of America that chronicles the lives of seniors in Life Care facilities.
Life Care Center of Littleton, Colorado, a skilled nursing and rehab facility, recently received the 2016 Bronze National Quality Award from the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living.
The award honors facilities across the nation that have demonstrated their commitment to improving quality of care for seniors and persons with disabilities. It is the first of three tiers of recognition (Bronze, Silver and Gold) by AHCA/NCAL and requires a detailed application process submitted to a board of examiners for review.
Many of us start off the New Year with a resolution to stay happy and healthy. We might join a new gym, make an effort to try the latest smoothie or take on a new hobby. Often times, reality sets in and we drop the ball.
To celebrate National Nutrition Month in March, Life Care Center of Littleton hosted a four-part health and wellness expo to help educate residents and associates of ways to incorporate healthy choices into our daily routine.
On Oct. 28, associates at Life Care Center of Littleton, Colorado, transformed their facility into The Wonderful World of Oz.
The facility was decorated to match the different landscapes in the film, including a poppy field, Dorothy’s house in Kansas and The Emerald City.
Laura Maguire, recreation therapist, Life Care Center of Littleton, Colorado, went beyond her job duties to help a resident with young children have a memorable birthday. She made a customized T-shirt with the resident’s name and his children’s soccer team logo, and she bought a birthday cake.
Many stroke survivors have problems with balance and have an increased risk of falling.
A fall, even if it doesn’t cause injury, can be scary and shocking. It can rattle your nerves. If you fall, try not to panic. Take deep breaths and try to remain calm. It’s OK to remain still for a few minutes to collect yourself.