Clay Center Presbyterian Manor’s 28th annual Good Samaritan dinner and silent auction will be held April 25 to benefit residents who have outlived their financial resources.
The event will feature an Italian dinner for a free-will offering,
Gilbert has been at the helm of Clay Center Presbyterian Manor since the spring, and he has some insight to share with us about his journey so far.
He’s pleasantly surprised by the involvement of the Clay Center community and is looking forward to
Physical therapist Russ Geyer with Aegis Therapies has worked in wide variety of environments, but long-term care is his favorite.
“I’ve been a physical therapist for 23 years and have worked in home health, outpatient, schools and hospitals.
One winning artist in Clay Center Presbyterian Manor’s annual Art is Ageless® juried competition will be featured in the 2018 Art is Ageless Calendar produced by Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America.
“Gourd Farmer and Banker,” a mixed media
Every spring, Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America employees have the opportunity to apply for education assistance funds. Sarah Oenning, PMMA’s development director, said that’s because a group of private donors had the vision many years ago to
Here’s how to get respite care, and sometimes get help paying for it
“Respite care” can be a little difficult to understand. The words don’t make it clear who is being helped. The “care” goes to the person who needs it due to illness or disability. The “respite” — a
How to keep a journal or blog so you can both share memories
By Patricia Corrigan for Next Avenue
So many boomers are finding delight in nurturing grandchildren — and most of us also are amazed that they do grow up quickly. That rarely seemed the case when we were bringing up our own kids.
A traditional baby book stuffed with baby shower napkins,