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Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring/Summer Menus

Brittany Engel
Dietary Director
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
It’s time to say goodbye to winter and hello to spring and summer!
Here at Arlington Court we are preparing for the transition into our spring/summer menus, available starting May 6th.

The menu will feature a variety of seasonal produce, including strawberries, pineapple, corn on the cobb, tomatoes, summer squash […]

New Medicare Cards to Debut in April 2018

New Medicare Cards to Debut in April 2018
by Corey Ohalek
Associate General Counsel
Vrable Healthcare, Inc.
As the technology world expands, so does the risk of fraud and identify theft. In order to combat “fraud, fight identity theft, and keep taxpayer dollars safe,” the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will be issuing new Medicare cards to […]

April 2018 Newsletter

Occupational Therapy Month
As an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assist ant, you are part of a vitally important profession that helps people across the lifespan participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. Y our holistic and customized approach to evaluations, interventions, and outcomes help a […]

Lights, Camera, Action: Making Movies at Arlington Court

“Lights, Camera, Action: Making Movies at Arlington Court”
by Tirzah Wear
Activity Director
Arlington Court Nursing and Rehabilitation
The activity department at Arlington Court has been in the film-making business since last July. We have produced and released four films since then and they just keep getting better! Two of them are silent films starring the residents. The other two […]

Fall Prevention

Fall Prevention
By Gary Burgess, PTA
Therapy Manager
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
By now most everyone knows that falls are the number one cause of injury and death in adults over 65. One in three people of the geriatric population fall each year, with substantial amounts of injury and fractures occurring. With the devastating consequences surely people […]

Personal Transitional Care

Personal Transitional Care
By DeeAnn Alatsis
Central Supply Manager / Pharmacy Technician
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
Challenges
Transitions can be difficult for everyone.  After your release from hospital care or even coming from home, there are a lot of factors that we know concern you. At Arlington Court Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, your release orders for medications and […]

March 2018 Newsletter

Big Al’s Cafe Opening March 1st
Big Al’s will also be opening March 1st! Sandwiches, wraps, chips and soda will be available for purchase at lunchtime. Proceeds split between resident activity and employee funds!

March 11, 2018
Daylight Saving Time gives us the opportunity to enjoy sunny summer evenings by moving our clocks an hour forward in the […]

Knowing Your Insurance

Knowing Your Insurance
by Jessica Luckett
Business Office Coordinator
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
Every Insurance is Different

The four main types of insurance are Medicare, Managed Medicare, commercial plans and Medicaid plans. Every plan is different when it comes to skilled nursing facilities. If it is a managed Medicare or straight Medicare, there is usually a copay starting […]

Fight the Flu with Nutrition

Fight the Flu with Nutrition
Brittany Engel
Dietary Director
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
According to the CDC, this winter’s flu season is one of the worst and deadliest experienced in the past decade.

Flu season usually runs from around October through May and is typically at its height in February. However, this year more and more people are […]

Arlington Court News February 2018

Newsletter for February 2018
Looking for Love- Valentines Facts

141 million Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged annually, making Valentine’s Day the second-most popular greeting-card-giving occasion.
Over 50 percent of all Valentine’s Day cards are purchased in the six days prior to the observance, making Valentine’s Day a procrastinator’s delight.
Research reveals that more than half of […]