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September 20, 2021

UPRITE Fall Prevention Education Program in our Care Communities

September 23 is Fall Prevention Awareness Day! Learn more about our fall prevention efforts in our care communities. Every community that serves the older population is looking for ways to reduce falls. There is no one concrete way to prevent falls. “Knowing this, we take special precaution to keep our […]
July 17, 2020

Best of the Best

We are once again participating in a People’s Choice awards contest sponsored by the Observer-Reporter newspaper in Washington County – and we need your help to be nominated as the Best of the Best! Please take a moment and visit www.O-Rbest.com and nominate Presbyterian SeniorCare Network in the categories of […]
May 26, 2020

Clever Ways Senior Housing Has Kept Residents Engaged During the Pandemic

Creative thinking from three execs in a recent webinar on the topicBy Richard Eisenberg Part of the The Coronavirus Outbreak: What You Need to Know Special Report When Senior Living Foresight, a website for senior living community developers and operators, asked if I’d volunteer to host its April 24 Virtual […]
December 3, 2019

Detective Work Serves as Bridge to Care

by Pam Policz, nurse navigator, Washington campus I am a detective. I get to dig deep to learn about each individual. I love learning about my patients and what they hope to get out of their stay with us. This is my dream job. I get to spend time with […]
May 30, 2019

Doing your homework before joint replacement leads to a better recovery

Meeting with a physical therapist and educating yourself before you have joint replacement surgery can help you to have a quicker, less stressful recovery. Patients who meet one-on-one with a physical therapist (PT) and educate themselves prior to knee or hip replacement surgery feel better prepared to leave the hospital […]