William’s journey was not the easiest. After breaking his ankle during a fall, he was unable to bear any weight on his right leg. Due to his hard work and dedication, William was able to to walk and return home with his loving wife.
Providing residents with stimulating activities is an important part of the care given by Generations at Applewood. Our activities programs are designed for all levels of participatory ability. From lively discussions, card games, trivia and current events, to outings and performances in-house, our activity programs are designed to appeal to each resident’s physical, mental and… Read more»
Often families express concern about understanding behavior changes that the Alzheimer’s patient exhibits. Families will often ask whether or not the patient’s behavior is related to the disease, i.e. “Is the disease doing it or are they upset with me?” I will attempt to explain some of these changes based on my experience and educational… Read more»
When a loved one is staying at a nursing home, it can be a time of adjustment for everyone. It is very common to worry about when to visit, what to say, and what to do. A visit however, is a wonderful time for bonding, connecting, and learning. It’s a very natural to feel as… Read more»