Parsons Presbyterian Manor has a variety of living possibilities which take into account each resident’s needs and abilities. These options help each resident feel right at home. That’s what Bob Andrews discovered. Bob has been in our assisted
“They confront some of the most challenging issues facing individuals, families, communities and society, and forge solutions that help people reach their full potential and make our nation a better place to live.”
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When Parsons resident Nora Winslow had to return to Parsons Presbyterian Manor after a stay in our PATH® (Post Acute to Home) program, she wasn’t distraught. Rather, she was hopeful.
“Initially, I was here for about three weeks in the PATH program,
During the month of February, we celebrate activity staff members who make Parsons Presbyterian Manor a great place all year long! Their creative ideas, events, programs and outings make for a better quality of life. We asked activity staff members
Parsons Presbyterian Manor has issued a call for entries for the Art is Ageless® juried exhibit to be held March 12 – 15, 2018. Entries of artistic works will be accepted from any area artist who is 65 years of age or older to exhibit and/or
Parsons Presbyterian Manor residents Kenneth and Maxine Schooley are looking forward to continuing a Christmas tradition this year, and they have their grandchildren to thank for it. Their daughter Karolyn Schultz recalls when not long ago, there
New Marketing Director Lori Sears hasn’t been at Presbyterian Manor long, but she brings with her 20 years of experience in the education and healthcare fields.
She began her career in Keflavic, Iceland, where she was a supervisor at the Base
On Nov. 11 we celebrate Veterans Day and honor all of the military men and women who’ve made sacrifices for our freedom. Our own Raymond Newby is one such veteran, and he has quite the story to tell about his time in the service.
Dementia or Alzheimer’s disease can be a worrisome and confusing diagnosis, for both those receiving it and for their caretakers. To help, social worker Kristin Feeback has been hard at work for several years raising awareness of early screening
by Wayne Mason, Chaplain, Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice
“Thank you.” A simple statement, but with a powerful message. Have you ever thought about what it means?
It is the expression of gratitude or appreciation for something that has added a benefit to you. In other words, you have become more