Five Choices to Create Happiness

April 8, 2018 — We have all met people who just seem to be happy most of the time. We tend to assume they are just naturally happy, or that they are the lucky people who have an easy life, or they had really loving parents. In reality, happy people are making specific choices regarding their thinking and behavior.... Read More

Earth Day

April 8, 2018 — Earth Day came about after six years of effort from then Senator Gaylord Nelson, who, back in the 1960s, had the foresight to look at the long term impact of pollution on the environment. He was instrumental in getting his message out to college students, who took this issue on with concern and enthusiasm for... Read More

Reduce Your Environmental Footprint

April 8, 2018 — There are many projects we can do to reduce our environmental footprint and help in the rehabilitation of the earth. Here are some tips you can easily do everyday to care for our environment. Reduce – Conserving our natural resources can be done everyday. If we don’t start conserving our resources soon, we may face... Read More

April Calendar Highlights

April 8, 2018 — April 10 10:30 Gospel Singing 11:00 Rosary with Perry April 15 9:00 Sunday School (First Baptist) TODAY COMMUNION 2:30 Worship Service April 19 12:00 Take Out Lunches 2:00 Walk or Roll Outside April 24 10:00 Exercise to Music 11:00 Rosary with Perry 2:30 BIRTHDAY PARTY April 26 10:45 Black Jack Card Game 3:00 Pitching Horseshoes... Read More

National Doctors’ Day

March 5, 2018 — National Doctors’ Day is Friday, March 30 – a day we celebrate the contributions of our physicians. The United States Congress designated Doctors’ Day as a national holiday with a resolution passed on October 30, 1990. Physicians play an important role in post-acute and long-term care. The American Medical Directors Association (AMDA) formed The Society... Read More

Bonus Nutrition Tips

March 5, 2018 — Choose whole grain over white breads. Not only are they better for your health, they taste better and are more filling, meaning that you eat less. Make sure to eat the proper amount of fruits and vegetables each day. Try eating these healthy foods in different ways, so you end up eating more of them.... Read More

March is National Nutrition Month: Incorporate Nutrition Into Your Life

March 5, 2018 — Great nutrition is an essential part of making better lifestyle choices. If your food is not nutritionally balanced, your body may feel sluggish. Eating well is easier than ever if you follow these simple tips. Monitor your red meat intake. Red meat is packed with saturated fat that can clog arteries. Eating red meat once... Read More

Women’s History Month

March 5, 2018 — March is Women’s History Month, which began as International Women’s Day and then Women’s History Week. Women’s History Week was first celebrated in 1978 in Sonoma County, California, which was designed around March 8 (International Women’s Day). In February 1980, President Jimmy Carter issued a presidential proclamation declaring the week of March 8, 1980, as... Read More

Physical therapy

February 1, 2018 — Physical Therapy is essential for patients suffering from Cardiopulmonary problems as it helps in the recovery process. Our therapy team is #1 in helping those recover from health issues. Along with physical therapy they also provide education to continue the recovery process at home to help meet the patient’s max potential in being independent and... Read More

Letter from the Administrator

February 1, 2018 — The 2017-2018 flu season has been one of the worst on record in Kentucky. Many schools have closed for illness, many hospitals and nursing homes have had to restrict visitation and admissions to help keep the flu from spreading. Springfield Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has had a few cases of the flu among staff and... Read More