Category: General

Bidding Farewell to a Compassionate Employee

January 23, 2019

Throughout Carol Baj’s career, the consistent answer to the varied questions residents asked her was “Yes.” “Can I get a ride to the nursing home to visit my wife?” Yes. “I’m ready to leave the hospital today. Can the van pick me up?” Yes. Carol’s goal each and every day for the past 22 years […]

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Welcoming Two New Dedicated Team Members

November 13, 2018
Glenmeadow staff Meaghan Carrier and Chris Einhaus

While in school, Meaghan Carrier considered both psychology and social work as good career fits for her. Social work won because Meaghan saw it as more of a helping profession. “I wanted to make a difference,” says the newest member of our staff team, who came on board in July as the director of Glenmeadow […]

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Building Relationships, One Thursday at a Time

October 12, 2018
Glenmeadow volunteer Danny McLean with staff and residents

Dan “Danny” McLean wheels through Glenmeadow’s front doors every Thursday at 1:30 p.m. with his aide, Gary Smith, at his side. Mary Gleason is there to greet him with, “Hi Danny, how are you?” “Hi, Mary,” Danny types without fail on his LiteWriter, a device he uses to communicate. “How are you?” A 27-year-old East […]

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Keeping Older Adults Safe at Home

September 11, 2018
Seniors doing seated stretches

We hear from the older adults we have a relationship with that they feel more vulnerable now than they ever did in their lives. We know there are good reasons for their fears. We want to help you feel safe in the place you call home, and as you move through the world during your […]

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