Tag: pennsylvania


Female caregiver and senior patient in a wheelchair looking at camera outside

08

Aug 2018

The Middletown Home Offers Top-Quality Sub-Acute Care in Central Pennsylvania

We are proud to offer many divisions of services at the Middletown Home! From independent living apartments to personal care, we are able to accommodate our residents throughout every phase of life in our continuing care retirement community. Often people who are in need of sub-acute care don’t know what their options are or where to turn for help. We want to share just a...

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Central PA’s Summer Activities that are Perfect for Senior Adults

12

Jun 2018

Central PA’s Summer Activities that are Perfect for Senior Adults

At the Middletown Home, we are proud to provide our residents with a full calendar of activities each and every month that are tailored to all different skill levels as well as interests. Particularly in the summer months, we feel that our campus really comes alive with activity as people spend more time outside and look for evening activities to enjoy the lovely weather. Take...

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A view of the chapel before the big game. People are starting to come in!

06

Feb 2018

The Middletown Home Celebrates Super Bowl Sunday

Whether you are an Eagles fan, a Patriots fan, or you’re just there for the food, you were probably at a Super Bowl Party on February 4th. If you were at the Middletown Home you might have been at our Super Bowl Party in the Chapel, or if you weren’t there you at least might have heard us cheering! Preparation started the week before with...

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How to Help a Senior Live More Independently

05

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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Smart Ways to Minimize the Cost of your Senior Living Search

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Nov 2017

Smart Ways to Minimize the Cost of your Senior Living Search

For many, the cost of long-term care is staggering. On a fixed income it can be hard to imagine how you will find a top quality retirement community at a cost you can sustain for the rest of your life. The good news is there are several things you can do to put yourself at the best advantage moving forward. When it comes to searching...

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Woman with mouth covered

12

Jul 2017

7 Things Not to Say to Someone Living in a Retirement Community

When you visit a friend or loved one who has recently moved into a retirement community, you may wonder what you should say to start conversation about their adjustment to their new living environment. There are a ton of things you can and should say to offer encouragement and show them you care. Be sure to ask them about their favorite activities, or maybe they...

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Senior couple on walk in countryside

05

Jul 2017

Tips to Help Seniors Stay Safe in the Summer Heat

While the summer months can be a beautiful time to get outdoors and enjoy some sunshine, it can also be a dangerous time for our seniors. Overheating and dehydration are very real threats to our health, especially to our aging loved ones who may not have the help or resources to prevent them. In an effort to keep everyone safe this summer, take a look...

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Female caregiver and senior patient in a wheelchair looking at camera outside

02

Jun 2017

4 Things That Make the Middletown Home’s Campus Uplifting

The staff at the Middletown Home makes every effort to create a positive and uplifting environment for everyone who walks through our doors – this includes our residents, caregivers, staff and visitors. We want the Middletown Home to feel like home and here is what we do to achieve that. We proactively seek ways to compliment and encourage one another. Compliments and encouragement are not...

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The Middletown Home’s Goals and Resolutions for 2017

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Jan 2017

The Middletown Home’s Goals and Resolutions for 2017

It’s the New Year which means a fresh start to make improvements and live the best life yet! Much like most of the people around the world, here at the Middletown Home, we also plan to set goals and New Year resolutions to make life even more enjoyable for our residents and staff. Take a look at our four goals and resolutions for 2017! Grow...

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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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