Dining Services Director Ruth Haile has nearly seen it all when it comes to food service. “I started working in food service when I was just 14. I worked part-time under my mother, who was the dietary manager at Elm Haven East. I did that until I
Colt Smith Physical Therapist
Colt Smith wasn’t always in the healthcare field. He’d previously worked in sales and served as president of Downtown Parsons Inc. Perhaps this is why he’s so great with people, and patients
who’ve come through our Post Acute to Home (PATH®)
By W. Wayne Mason, Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice chaplain
The trio of friends was advancing on the obstacle course and feeling pretty good about how they were doing. Until, lying before them, there was the eight-foot wall they needed to get over.
LeadingAge Kansas has selected 13 professionals in the field of aging services for the 9th class of the Center for Leadership. The program equips talented aging services
4 ways to profit from the activities and interests you love
By Nancy Collamer for Next Avenue
Last year, Mike Liff, now 71, relocated with his wife from San Francisco to Portland, Maine to be closer to family. The retirees explored their new hometown and thanks to a chance conversation at a barbershop, Liff learned that
Playing an instrument offers physical and emotional benefits if you have health issues
By Bart Astor for Next Avenue
If music hath charms to soothe the savage breast, then playing music hath charms to heal the savage breast, or, more appropriately, the damaged lungs.
This is what Tom Zoe of Austin, Texas believes. So he helped create a program at Seton Medical Center