Foot Care Tips

August 11, 2017 — Here are some simple and easy ways to take care of your feet and keep your toes happy: Scrub your feet with a pumice stone to help remove the dead and dry skin. Apply foot cream before going to bed to prevent any cracked heel problems. If your feet smell, use talcum powder or foot... Read More

Walking Meditation: A Simple Way To Meditate Almost Any

August 11, 2017 — Most Westerners think of meditation as someone sitting down cross-legged with their eyes closed and probably chanting some kind of mantra over and over again, but that is only one of the ways that people can practice meditation. Meditating can also be performed standing up, lying down or walking. In walking meditation, the walking itself... Read More

Success Story: Eva C.

August 11, 2017 — Upon Eva C.’s arrival, she displayed with decreased lower extremity strengthening, poor balance/ standing tolerance, slowed gait, and increased pain with mobility. After working with physical therapy: Eva displayed with improved standing balance / improved ability to self- correct her own loss of balance, improved gait tolerance / speed and decreased pain with weight bearing... Read More

Exciting Changes at Regency!

August 11, 2017 — We are starting to make our memory care unit different from those around us, we have hired a Unit Manager, Molle Schmidt. Molle along with our Administrator, and Director of Nursing have attended special training in Texas to become certified dementia practitioners through the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners. Instead of Memory Care Unit,... Read More

A Brief History of Cheesecake

July 7, 2017 — You’d have to search back pretty far to find a time when the Earth was without cheesecake. In fact, back in 776 BC, the Greeks are said to have served cheesecake to the athletes at the first Olympic games. The Romans soon caught on and spread the divine taste of cheesecake throughout Europe. From there... Read More

Success Story: Bob G.

July 7, 2017 — We would like to congratulate Robert “Bob” G. on his successful transition from facility to home. Upon Bob’s arrival, he displayed with increased unsteadiness and poor ability to remain upright with any loss of balance without hand held assistance. Bob displayed with decreased lower extremity strengthening, poor balance/ standing tolerance, and slowed gait. After working... Read More

Bell Tower Parade

July 7, 2017 — The residents had a great time with watching the Bell Tower Parade. Our King and Queen said that they really enjoyed riding in the parade. It was a great day to get some fresh air. King Chuck said one of the best parts was everyone who yelled out to him to say Hi as he... Read More

Notes from the Administrator

July 7, 2017 — We would like to introduce you to our new administrator, Mike Ewalt. Mike attended Northern Sate University in South Dakota, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and management, with his passion for leadership and providing the best quality of care for the retirement community residents, Mike will lead us to great... Read More

Happy Birthday!

July 7, 2017 — Residents Joan M. July 04 Bernice S. July 04 June C. July 06 Ruth H. July 28 Staff Faith W. July 19 Brittany D. July 25 Avis V. July 30 Victoria J. July 31

Thank You!

June 7, 2017 — We would like to thank everyone that helped in our fundraiser for the Autism society. With your help we raised $527 from the silent auction and $528 from the quilt raffle. We would like to say a special thank you to the following people and businesses for their donations for the silent auction. Sandy Day,... Read More