Tag: independent living


Middletown Home Celebrates Its Annual Breakfast with Santa

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Dec 2018

Middletown Home Celebrates Its Annual Breakfast with Santa

Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus, right to the Middletown Home! Sunday, December 2nd was our 2018 Breakfast with Santa event. This year we really focused on our residents and their family members, keeping it as a smaller and more intimate event. We had our traditional breakfast smorgasbord, the telling of the Christmas Story, and photos with Santa!  But there were a lot...

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Visit the Middletown Home and Receive Free Ice Cream!

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Jul 2018

Visit the Middletown Home and Receive Free Ice Cream!

All summer long the Middletown Home is excited to offer a free scoop of Hershey’s ice cream to every visitor! We welcome the community to come visit our beautiful campus and cool down with a sweet treat. You will be able to enjoy the stunning views of our terrace in summer. You will also get to meet our friendly staff and wonderful residents. We would...

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Tips for Helping a Senior Adult Maintain Personal Health

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May 2018

Tips for Helping a Senior Adult Maintain Personal Health

As our loved ones age, it can become more and more difficult to maintain personal health such as showering, brushing teeth, combing hair, getting the right nutrients and much more. Keeping up with personal hygiene can be a matter of pride for most people, so it can be challenging to help a loved one recognize when they are no longer meeting their own basic needs...

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Middletown Home’s Pet Friendly Continuing Care Retirement Community is a Win Win!

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May 2018

Middletown Home’s Pet Friendly Continuing Care Retirement Community is a Win Win!

The Middletown Home is proud to offer beautifully appointed independent living apartments on our campus that are also pet friendly! Pet lovers can certainly understand the importance of this feature because it means they are welcomed to bring their furry or feathered friends with them when they move to our continuing care retirement community. Even if you don’t currently have a pet, it’s still important...

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Fun Spring Craft Ideas for Seniors

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Mar 2018

Fun Spring Craft Ideas for Seniors

Spring is the time of year when everything seems to come alive again! The flowers begin to bloom, grass and leaves grow and the birds start singing again. Spring is also the perfect time to make your home feel alive, and a great way to do that is to decorate it with some spring crafts. For our seniors, we have quite a few spring crafts...

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How to Help a Senior Live More Independently

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Feb 2018

How to Help a Senior Live More Independently

More and more, our aging population wishes to live as independently as possible for as long as possible. So long as their physical and mental health supports this decision, independent living can give your loved one a sense of pride and control over their lives. Though it makes them happy, it can leave you, the caregiver, with worry and anxiety about their health and safety...

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Staff Stories: Misty Riggs Shares Highlights About Working at the Middletown Home

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Oct 2016

Staff Stories: Misty Riggs Shares Highlights About Working at the Middletown Home

Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a Certified Nursing Assistant in a skilled nursing center? The simple answer is – a lot of heart! But we wanted to go one step further to give you insight into just how passionate our staff is about serving the members of our retirement community. We talked with Misty Riggs, a Certified Nursing Assistant who will celebrate...

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7 Signs of a Top Quality Retirement Community

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Aug 2016

7 Signs of a Top Quality Retirement Community

When looking for the right retirement community, whether for you or a loved one, there are so many things to consider. It can be overwhelming to even know where to look and then how to narrow down your best options. Maybe this is a journey you’re on right now, or maybe it’s not for quite a few more years. No matter when you might need...

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