December 2013 Newsletter

McLean will host a free Seminar for Caregivers on Dementia

“Someone Stole my Diamond Bracelet!”
Presented by Mal Allard, Their Real World
Tuesday December 3
2:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.
The New McLean Health Center
75 Great Pond Road

McLean Honors Over 30 Veterans with Flowers and Celebration

McLean Auxiliary Volunteers put together 160 flower arrangements in honor of the over 30 McLean residents who served our country, during a celebratory luncheon and concert on the Great Pond campus.

Caption: Helen Molstad, Nancy Roby, Barbara Christopher and Lorraine Daigle prepare vases to present to over 30 Veterans at McLean on Veteran’s Day.

McLean Post-Acute Program Earns 100% Patient Satisfaction

McLean's Post Acute TeamA recent survey conducted by My Innerview concluded that 100% of McLean’s discharged post-acute patients would recommend McLean Post-Acute Rehab to others AND were 100% satisfied with the care they received.

McLean’s Post-Acute Rehab Program also earned the 100% rating for nursing care, medical care, quality of rehabilitation, progress toward goals, respectfulness of staff and many others reports Robyn Ligotti, PT, DPT Director of Post-Acute Services.

Weekly Activities Calendar - November 9, 2013 to November 15, 2013

Weekly Resident Activity Schedule

Artistic Displays Featured at McLean During the Month of October

Throughout the month of October, artwork by Deb Boemmels will be featured in the lobby of McLean Health Center and open for the public to enjoy. Deb has been an inspirational, self-taught artist for her entire life who specializes in watercolors and acrylic paints. Her greatest influence has always come from Mother Nature and the beauty of Earth.

Deborah Boemmels

McLean Expands and Renovates Assisted Living Neighborhood

McLean Robinson sitting areaThe newly refurbished Robinson assisted living community celebrated a grand opening last month at the McLean Health Center, as an extensive four month renovation project, completed by Newfield Construction, came to a close.

The space was transformed into six new state-of-the-art studio resident rooms complete with full bathrooms, adding much needed capacity to the existing 23 room assisted living neighborhood within the Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) on Great Pond Road. Refurbishments extended throughout the existing spaces in the Robinson assisted living neighborhoods.

October 2013 Newsletter

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