The countdown to our annual Franciscan Christmas Fair has begun! Mark your calendar for November 23 and find more information HERE!
Sister Janet Marie Bagniewski, FSE, RN has been a nurse for over forty years. She has worked in hospitals and nursing homes, and been an instructor for nursing assistants. Her favorite part of the job is care for the elderly. Throughout her years of experience she has collected methods from numerous sources in how best [...]
During the summer months it can be hard to stay active and stay out of the heat. There are a lot of creative ways to make the most of your day, even if you’re indoors. Try these different activities that challenge all kinds of skill sets. The Competitor Exercise your competitive streak by transforming [...]
‘Tis the Season! Spring is in the air whether you’re inside or outside. Having an indoor plant can help you enjoy the season and many varieties bloom multiple times a year. That’s like having three seasons of tasteful decorating all in one flowerpot! It’s Easy. The trick to caring for any living thing is to [...]
As people age it becomes harder to make healthy eating a priority. When you work full-time your job becomes the priority. When you’re raising a family the children are the priority. When you are caring for a parent or spouse who is ill they become the priority. It is easy to fall into a rut [...]
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