Chocolate is a sweet that makes everyone smile. Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center wants to say Thank You to the local Family Dollar in Harlan for donating 72 packs of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups to residents and staff. You made everyone’s day a lot better and sweeter.
Residents and staff enjoyed the sun while gardening at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center. Everyone enjoyed being outside and getting fresh air.
Thank you to Barbara Hatfield for donating handmade masks to Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center. The staff greatly appreciated it.
One of the wonderful employees at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center, Melissa McMillian, CNA, cut all of her hair off and donated it to Wigs for Kids, a nonprofit organization. Thank you, Melissa, for participating in such a selfless act.
As Nursing Home Week came to an end last week, Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center wants to thank everyone that made the week amazing. Some of the staff rocked their “Sharing Our Wisdom” t-shirts end the festivities.
Residents at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center enjoy sharing a garden together. They planted new flowers and later they painted rocks to place in the garden (while social distancing).
To keep celebrating nurses during Skilled Nursing Care Week, Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center cooked their staff a good ol’ country breakfast. So many tasty and delicious options, the nursing staff very much appreciated the breakfast bar.
Happy Skilled Nursing Care Week to all staff at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center. Staff and residents played “Hungry Hungry Hippo”, searched for safari animal cut outs on a walk outside the facility, and ended the day with some animal crackers and juice.
Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center wished all the mom’s at the facility (residents and staff) a happy Mother’s Day. The facility celebrated this holiday a little different than years past, but they tried to make it special for each mama.
Residents at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center had some fun, but from a distance. They played a new game called “Noodle Ball” while listening to Classic Rock. The residents and staff had a great time playing and watching.