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Therapeutic Activities May Help with Memory

— According to research, engaging a person with memory loss in activities that they enjoy may reduce many of the symptoms such as agitation, frustration, and wandering. “It’s important that caregivers plan activities to share with their loved one, like playing games and going on outings,” explained Eric Pfeiffer, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Founding Director... Read More

August is Sandwich Month

— No matter how you slice it, everyone seems to have a favorite sandwich. In a month known for its “dog-days” and heat, a sandwich may provide just the meal you need. They’re low fuss, yet can be quick and nutritious, and most require no cooking. A sandwich by definition includes one or more pieces of... Read More

World Honey Bee Day: August 20

— World Honey Bee Day was first established in 2009 to help raise awareness of the importance of honey bees, and to pay homage to the beekeepers who harvest honey and support the health of the hives in their care. Honey bees are distinct from other bee species in that they are general pollinators. While many... Read More

Ways to Help You Relax: Relaxation Day is August 15

— Stressed out? Fatigued? Or simply having a bad day? It’s time to relax! Here are five easy ways to help you stress less and relax more: Stretch out on your back or sit comfortably where you are. Slowly move through your body tightening and flexing as you go until you reach your face and neck,... Read More

A Letter from the Administrator

— Hello SLN friends and family! Is this month really August, or are Julying to me? What a summer we’ve had with the heat (and our daily 100 degrees heat index)! As we start a new month, let’s celebrate as it brings the nostalgia to the end of Summer and a gentle reminder that Autumn –... Read More

Food Choices for Summertime

— A lot of things change when the weather gets warm. One of them is how we eat. No one wants to be loaded down by a heavy meal in their stomach. When the weather gets warmer, we want our meals to be as light as our clothing. But can we still feel full when we... Read More

Give Something Away Day is July 15

— Many people have an overabundance of items, and some have spare time that could be used to help others, but giving away possessions or time often isn’t made a priority in day-to-day life. National Give Something Away Day was first established in 2015 for the purpose of encouraging generosity, and it takes place each year... Read More

Different Colored Eyes Day – July 12

— Are both of your eyes the same color throughout, or do they feature multiple colors? Rarer still, are each of your eyes completely different colors? Whether your irises consist of more than one color, or you simply appreciate the variety of eye colors that humans and animals can have, you will want to take note... Read More

A Letter from the Administrator

— Greetings to families and our SLN friends! Temperatures are soaring as we head into July, and no matter where you are, July is hot! It’s the time of year to enjoy barbecues, fireworks, bonfires, picnics, pool parties, beach outings, outdoor concerts/movies, and many more fun outdoor activities. During Kentucky’s hot and humid summers, not only... Read More

Short-Term Therapy Success Stories

— Brant H. was admitted to facility on 05-06-22 for short term rehab on due to a fall at his home. Brant underwent right hip replacement in the hospital due to a Femoral neck fracture. Upon admission, Brant was MAX assist for bathing and hygiene, MOD assist for upper body dressing and dependent for lower body... Read More