News & Events

3001, 2018

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 […]

2301, 2018

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 […]

1701, 2018

Hiring Open House

Hiring Open House
Thursday January 25, 2018
Noon to 3PM

Nurses and Nurse Aides (RN, LPN, STNA)
Dietary 
Housekeeping

Immediate Interviews
Refreshments will be served

Arlington Court Skilled Nursing and Rehab Center
1605 NW Professional Plaza
Upper Arlington, OH 43220

1501, 2018

Intergenerational Activities

By Tirzah Wear
Activity Director
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
Intergenerational Activities: Building Relationships for Life
It’s a quiet, snowy Saturday on the memory care unit at Arlington Court. In one area, a pair of seventh grade twins is tossing a ball with a group of residents. Sounds of encouragement and laughter are heard throughout the room.  In […]

301, 2018

“Centralized” Care For Your Comfort

By DeeAnn Alatsis
Central Supply Manager / Pharmacy Technician
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
“Centralized” Care For Your Comfort
Here at Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab, a 4 STAR facility, the Central Supply office is truly “central” to the care of its residents. Located on Unit A, the skilled unit, the central supply is easy access for […]

2912, 2017

January 2018 Newsletter

7 Tips to Help You Stick to Your New Year Goals

 

Be Realistic: The surest way to fall short of your goal is to make your goal unattainable Instead, strive for a goal that is attainable.

 

Plan Ahead: Your goal should be planned before so you can prep and get in the right mindset to […]

2612, 2017

The Medicaid Process

By Jessica Luckett
Business Office Coordinator
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
The Medicaid Process
The Medicaid process is never easy. It takes months and time to gather information needed and then to get the final approval.

The process is ever changing as well. MyCare Molina and MyCare Aetna have been instituted since 2014. These plans are a managed Medicaid […]

1812, 2017

Restaurant-Style Dining Among Popular Food Trend in Skilled Nursing Facilities

By Brittany Engel
Dietary Director
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
Skilled nursing facilities across the country are embracing a more hospitable approach to dining. Though it was once commonplace for meals to occur at set times and include pre-portioned, pre-packaged options, more and more SNF operators are letting residents weigh in on what — and when — […]

1412, 2017

Capabilities of a Skilled Nursing Facility

By Amanda Nafzger, RN
Director of Nursing
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
The idea of a skilled nursing facility has evolved dramatically in the last decade. No longer are nursing homes thought of as they were in the 70s and to be a forever home for an elderly patient. They are now the place that […]

1311, 2017

Using Facial Cues for Patients with Aphasia and Dementia

Using Facial Cues for Patients with Aphasia and Dementia
by Tirzah Wear
Activity Director
Arlington Court Nursing and Rehabilitation

I am currently 3500 feet above the ground flying home from a brief and eventful visit with my Uncle Randy in Houston. Randy was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s two years ago and life hasn’t been the same for any of […]