Ministry: group of people smiling at the camera with a bed of flowers in front of them

Capuchin Youth and Family Ministry

Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center are pleased to have the Capuchin Youth and Family Ministry here this week. This group has visited the facility every summer for the past 12 years. They play board games, do crafts, play corn hole and most importantly, they minister to the residents and share the love of God.

fall: man in a hospital gown using a walker

9 Ways to Prevent a Fall

It’s reported that one out of three seniors will fall this year and fewer than half will mention it to their doctors. Falls are one of the biggest causes for injuries that can result in hip fractures, cuts, and serious head/brain injuries. Here are some tips to help prevent a fall: Clean up clutter: keep…

Fourth of July: three women wearing american flag hats and smiling at the camera

Fourth of July with the Residents

Residents and staff at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center celebrated the Fourth of July with friends and family. There were all kinds of treats like hotdogs and popsicle sticks. Hats and festive decorations were provided for this patriotic holiday.

Nurse Aide: group of people in scrubs smiling at the camera

Nurse Aide Appreciation Week

Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center has been celebrating Nurse Aide Appreciation Week all last week. Nurse Aides were given treats like Frosties, sundaes, cupcakes, and pizza. The other day they enjoyed a cookout and the nurse supervisors grilled hamburgers and hotdogs for them. The facility appreciates each and everyone of them. Corbin HRC has the…

Retirement: four women wearing shirts that say we love you wilma

Retirement Party

Staff at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center recently celebrated Wilma Reed’s retirement. Wilma was employed as a Clinical Coordinator/Nurse Supervisor and had been working at the facility for almost 19 years. She was a wonderful part of the team and will be missed. Residents and staff hope you enjoy retirement, Wilma.

group of Students singing

Students visit the Residents

Thank you to Terri Kelly and the Rosspoint First Priority students for coming out the other day to visit the residents at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center. The students conducted the entire program including prayer, singing, and devotional. They did a wonderful job. The residents were blessed to see these youth taking part in church.

Country Living: group of women dressed in country attire smiling at the camera

Country Living for Nursing Home Week

Country Living was the theme at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center the other day. Staff and residents started the day with a big country breakfast. The Harlan County Extension Office came out and helped the residents make butter and staff served it with delicious hot biscuits. After lunch there was a Scavenger Hunt for the…