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Skilled Nursing Facility Admission Process and Improvement of Admission Census

Skilled Nursing Facility Admission Process and Improvement of Admission Census
Ola Nkpa
Director of Admissions
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab Center
A skilled nursing facility is an organization where patients who were previously admitted to a hospital are seen or after being released by the hospital. The reason patients are sent down to a skilled nursing facility is […]

Avoiding Weight Gain During The Holidays

Avoiding Weight Gain During The Holidays
Mike Lawson
Dietary Manager
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
It is that special time of year again and we all look forward to the season of joy, presents, family, football, and food. The holidays are that time of year when you have opportunities to eat good old fashion cooking from family and […]

10 Strategies for Communicating Effectively With Senior Care Residents

10 Strategies for Communicating Effectively With Senior Care Residents
Kim Butler
Business Office Manager
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab

Ask residents how they would prefer that you address them. Some residents might prefer their first names or nicknames, while others want to use titles (e.g., “Mr.,” “Mrs.”, “Ms.,” etc.) and surnames. Making an assumption about how to […]

Music Therapy and Alzheimer’s

Abby Johnson
Director of Admissions
Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab
Music Therapy and Alzheimer’s
What is Alzheimer’s Disease?
“Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia that affects memory, thinking, and behavior” (Alzheimer’s Association, 2021). This type of memory loss becomes serious enough to interfere with a person’s daily life and tasks. Alzheimer’s disease is progressive over time, and symptoms gradually […]

On-Site Dialysis Treatments at Arlington Court

ON-SITE DIALYSIS TREATMENTS
• Eliminates Off-Site or Hospital Visits
• Reserved Specialty Dialysis Unit
• Hassle Free On-Site Dialysis Treatment
• Dedicated Nurses Specializing in Dialysis
• Board Certified Renal Care Physicians

Renew DIALYSIS provides staff assisted home hemodialysis treatments inside Arlington Court Skilled Nursing & Rehab Center. Using the most advanced NxStage equipment, the treatments are tailored to help patients […]

Post COVID-19 Effects

Many experience shortness of breath, fatigue after Covid-19

People are experiencing post Covid-19 symptoms which include severe fatigue, shortness of breath, racing heart rates and digestive issues. And doctors are trying to figure out why. Andrea Day joins Shepard Smith to report.
Source: CNBC

As Valentine’s Day Approaches

February 5, 2021

Dear Families, Friends and Staff Members

February and Valentine’s Day are about love.  As Valentine’s Day approaches, Arlington Court would like to make it easy for our community, family, and friends to send our residents and your loved ones a special message to let them know someone is thinking about them on this holiday.

We […]

Resident Valentine Messages

Send a Special Valentine’s Day Message to a Resident at Arlington Court
February and Valentine’s Day are about love. As Valentine’s Day approaches, Arlington Court would like to make it easy for our community, family, and friends to send our residents and your loved ones a special message to let them know someone is thinking about […]

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 […]

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.  […]