Before coming to Lake Ridge Care Center, Harold Peltz lived on a dairy farm between Buffalo and Rockford, since 1962. While at home he suffered a back injury, which caused an infection. He was in a lot of pain and lost the ability to walk or get up on his own. He came to Lake Ridge to get the help he needed, and begin therapy.
e described as being in harmony with Cassia, the First Evangelical Free Church in Maplewood, Minnesota would. It’s fitting, therefore, that the church has a longstanding relationship with Cassia’s New Harmony community in St. Paul.
August is National Wellness Month, and as social workers are a huge part of promoting emotional wellness at Cassia, we are featuring Moose Lake Village Director of Social Services Wendi Guyer. A recent letter from the husband of a resident shows some of the impact Wendi has on those we serve.
Barbara supports the Cassia community by supporting our spiritual care programs and activities. She asks you to join her in keeping our programs vital by giving a gift today.
Dr. Al Ohrt is a retired radiologist and longtime supporter of Fargo Elim. His wife Phyllis moved to Fargo Elim when her need for care increased. After her passing, Dr. Ohrt gave a generous gift in Phyllis’s memory to launch an endowment fund for staff nursing scholarships.
If you visit Cassia’s home office, Receptionist LuAnn Gordon will likely be the first person to greet you. LuAnn joined Cassia in 2019 and has been a sunny presence at the front desk ever since. Before joining Cassia, LuAnn worked in the mortgage business for almost 20 years.
Are you a caregiver? Are you feeling overwhelmed at times, worried, often feeling tired? Do you get enough sleep, easily irritated or feeling sad? In this video, we discuss what we can do to help ourselves get what we need to better care for our loved one. Presented by: Barb Anderley, ADC, Park View Senior Living Community Outreach/Caregiver Support If you have questions, or would like to learn more about Cassia’s Caregiver Support Services, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org , or call 763-951-7819.
Reaching the age of 100 is a good reason to celebrate—and in the past year, four residents at Cassia’s Hastings Senior Health and Living have done so. Each one has an intriguing story.
Ever had a doctor tell you you were too old to undergo a major surgery that you needed? It happens.