Tara Blount on right
That one weekend, March 13-14, our vibrant and busy home became quiet, with employees referring to it as “feeling like a ghost town.” Realizing quickly that this was going to last for quite some time, we all had to readjust.
Social interaction, family support, and community involvement are so important for our seniors; these aspects play vital roles in whether someone thrives in a community-based care setting.
Soon, our life enrichment directors restructured the usual programs to make more individual . . .