Staff at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center wanted to pay tribute to the Veterans at the facility. Everyone wanted to express their undying gratitude for the service, courage, dedication and sacrifice each Veteran performed. May God bless you for all you have done.
Many older adults lose their mobility with age due to stroke, arthritis, or even an injury due to a fall. Loss of mobility does not mean seniors can’t participate in activities or have a good time. There are many activities they can do without the need of moving around too much. A list of activities…
Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center celebrated Halloween by treating the residents and staff to a very spooky haunted house along with fear factor. The residents enjoyed every bit of it. Would like to give a big thanks to everyone involved in helping out and participating in this event. Happy Halloween from everyone at the HRC.
Last week, residents at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center took advantage of the beautiful fall weather and enjoyed a hayride. The maintenance assistant, Tom Napier, pulled residents around the facility on a trailer decorated with hay. They had a great time. Thank you to all the employees that helped out.
Many older adults that use a folding walker need it to move around more safely and independently. Learning how to use a walker correctly takes practice because the movements aren’t always intuitive. Using a walker incorrectly can actually increase the risk of fall or body aches. The first thing any adult needs to do when…
Happy Boss’s Day to the best boss ever at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center. Gail is not only a boss, but a friend who cares about her staff like they are family. Staff couldn’t ask for a better leader and hope she had a great day and enjoyed her party.
As the week comes to an end, staff at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center would like to thank the wonderful Food & Nutritional Services staff for their GREAT care and service. They work hard in preparing delicious meals for the residents and staff. You are very much appreciated for all you do.
Staff and residents had a wonderful time having the Silly Saints at Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center. All of the residents enjoyed the program and they can’t wait to see that group again.
Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center wants to thank the Housekeeping and Laundry staff for their hard work and dedication to keeping this facility clean for the residents. Every single one of you are appreciated and your hard work does not go unnoticed. Thank you for all you do.
On September 11, staff and residents took a few moments out of their day to remember the lives that were lost 18 years ago on September 11, 2001. People sat on the front porch with red, white, and blue balloons and American flags adorning the banisters.