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1501, 2021

Resident Valentine Messages

Send a Special Valentine’s Day Message to a Resident at Arlington Court
February and Valentine’s Day are about love, whether it be family, romantic, or platonic. As Valentine’s Day approaches, Arlington Court would like to make it easy for you to send our residents a special message to let them know someone is thinking about them […]

1712, 2020

Understanding Qualified Trust Income (QIT)

What is a Qualified Income Trust

A Qualified Income Trust (QIT), also known as a Miller Trust, is a special legal arrangement for holding a person’s income. A QIT is a written trust agreement for which the trustee establishes a dedicated bank account. Banks that can set up QIT accounts are Chase, Huntington and Key Bank […]

912, 2020

COVID Vaccinations

Arlington Court is pleased to announce our enrollment in the Long Term Care Pharmacy Partnership Program through the CDC.  This program will provide safe COVID-19 vaccinations for our residents and staff.  The CDC has recommended Healthcare workers and long term care residents as the highest level of priority for the first distribution of the vaccine.  […]

2511, 2020

Food and Our Mental Health

Food and Our Mental Health
Michael Lawson
Food Services Manager
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
With the weather becoming colder and gloomy along with the uncertainty that the COVID–19 pandemic brings it is important to always look for the good and positive in the people we meet and the world we encounter on a daily basis.  Our mood […]

1711, 2020

Caregivers and the Holiday Season

Caregivers and the Holiday Season
Shannon Neiswonger
Admissions Director
Arlington Court Nursing Center
The holiday season is upon us! For many of us this means running around trying to find the perfect gifts.  We are decorating our homes, and doing lots of baking.  If you are a caregiver for a loved one, the holiday season can become an overwhelming […]

1011, 2020

Arlington Court Activities in the Time of COVID

Arlington Court Activities in the Time of COVID
Nicole Mazerik
Activity Director
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab

Activities are vital in nursing homes and most people do not realize that. Activities help to improve the quality of life for the residents. Activities can be beneficial for residents psychologically, socially, spiritually, and physically. Participation in activities will help improve […]

2110, 2020

Understanding Your Benefits

Understanding Your Benefits
Kim Butler
Business Office Manager
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
My name is Kim Butler and I am the Business Office Manager at Arlington Court. I am responsible for the billing in the facility.  I work with the insurance companies including Medicaid and Medicare to ensure our residents receive the benefits they are entitled to.  […]

2909, 2020

Flu Season is Here

Flu season is here!  Arlington Court is now offering flu vaccinations to our staff and residents.

Flu season typically starts in October each year and peaks between December and February.  No year is a good year to get the flu, but this year is especially bad due to the Covid19 Pandemic. If you can avoid the […]

2905, 2020

COVID- 19 Update May 2020

May 29, 2020

Dear Families, Friends and Staff Members,

Governor DeWine announced during his regular press briefing Tuesday afternoon that he is creating the Congregate Care Unified Response Team, which will start aggressive COVID-19 testing in all Ohio nursing homes.

All staff members in nursing homes will be tested.  Based on subsequent information received from the Ohio Department […]

1505, 2020

COVID-19 Update May 15, 2020

May 15, 2020

Dear Families, Friends and Staff Members,

Governor DeWine announced this week that massage therapy, acupuncture, cosmetic therapy and tattoo parlors will be re-opening. Beginning Thursday, May 21st, campgrounds in Ohio will be permitted to reopen followed by gyms, fitness centers and non-contact sports leagues on May 26th. Public pools which can meet required safety […]