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What’s up with Woodford?

— We’ve been working hard to keep up with the demands of the Holiday Season, and Woodford is no exception! He’s been training hard, with his basic puppy skills, including leash, potty and boundary training! We appreciate the love and support he has received from visitors and he continues to be a huge success with our... Read More

Meet the Staff

— Meet Woodcrest’s Assistant Director of Nursing, Veronica Stickfort. Veronica started working at Woodcrest in 2017 and will reach her 2-year mark in July. Woodcrest is family for her! She loves her entire team; management, nurses, aides and of course all the residents. She loves her unit managers Stacy and Whitney especially. Outside of Woodcrest she... Read More

Letter from the Administrator

— On behalf of all the Woodcrest Staff, we hope you had a safe and happy holiday season! As a continued reminder, we are still in the midst of flu season. We ask you to continue to be mindful of your own health and avoid visiting if you are feeling under the weather. Please maintain good... Read More

Success Story: Steven M.

— “I’ve been overwhelmed with how good they treat me here. The nursing staff is great, and everyone is so kind and friendly. The food is pretty good and has a good variety too. Jen, the wound nurse has helped me tremendously and I’m finally starting to feel like my old self a bit. James and... Read More

National Glaucoma Awareness Month Glaucoma: A Brief Overview

— Glaucoma is not a single disease, but a group of diseases that gradually steal eyesight without warning and oftentimes without any prior symptoms. The loss of vision occurs due to damage to the optic nerve. There are many forms of glaucoma, however, two are most prominent. Primary Open Angle Glaucoma (POAG) is the most common... Read More

Welcome Woodford!

— Yes, the rumors are true; We got a puppy! Please welcome Woodford Woodcrest, our newest and cutest addition to the Woodcrest Family. Woodford is a 9-week-old Goldendoodle who is already won the hearts of our residents and staff. Right now, Woodford is in basic puppy training and will stay near the administration office until he... Read More

Letter from the Administrator

— Flu season is upon us! Our Residents are especially susceptible to illnesses, so it is our duty to remain mindful of the spread of germs and to practice good hygiene. Please remember to wash your hands often, cough into your elbow and update your flu shots! If you are showing any flu-like symptoms we ask... Read More

Five Ways to Make a Mid-Season Holiday Change

— Start a holiday journal. Every evening write down three things you noticed that day, things that connected you with the meanings of the holidays. Meet or talk with someone new. Do you know your neighbors? Talking to someone new can be daunting, but remember start with a smile. Don’t know where to begin? Ask them... Read More

Five Ways to Make a Mid-Season Holiday Change

— Start a holiday journal. Every evening write down three things you noticed that day, things that connected you with the meanings of the holidays. Meet or talk with someone new. Do you know your neighbors? Talking to someone new can be daunting, but remember start with a smile. Don’t know where to begin? Ask them... Read More

Candy Canes Are Festive and Fun!

— Candy canes are everyone’s favorite holiday treat. Their versatility makes them perfect for all kinds of decorative uses! Candy canes can be crushed or used whole in holiday arts and crafts projects. You can find candy canes sprinkled inside of cookies and other delicious Christmas recipes. Candy canes make great ornaments. You can buy real... Read More