9/8/22: Inside visitation will resume on September 9th, in our Personal Care building. Memory Care visitation remains open.

February Monthly Update – Visits Resumed, Pioneer School, WT study and more …

March 5, 2022 | Senior Care

Personal Care for Seniors in Legacy Place Cottages

Many wonderful things happened this month! Yes, we had only 28 days, but each of those 28 was spent in the company of wonderful friends who love Jehovah. What more can we ask for! Here is a look at some highlights of what we have been up to in February.

Important Announcement

Exciting News: The Personal Care as well as Memory Care units have now reopened for visitors! Visitation hours are from 9:00AM-9:00PM. Give us a call if you want to come visit.

Visitation in Personal Care for Seniors in Legacy Place Cottages

Spiritual things First!

Watchtower Study

Enjoying the study of the Watchtower. With or without physical limitations, these dear older ones are always present absorbing the spiritual food that has been given to us. We take to mind this month’s Watchtower about showing consideration for those with physical limitations.

 

 

Pioneer Peggy

Lessons to learn from this 83-year-old Pioneer are many! Peggy thoroughly enjoyed the recent Pioneer School meeting and the gift basket she was given. She is wearing a blanket that was made for her. Want to benefit from spending time with these faithful ones? Come work with us in care and you won’t regret it!

 

Memory Care

Legacy Place began the Memory Care unit to help care for our dear older ones with cognitive impairments like Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. In our most recent blog, we will talk about some of the challenges that dementia and Alzheimer’s can bring and also what is involved in Memory Care.
Click to read the Blog: When Memories Fade …

 

Memory Care for Seniors in Legacy Place Cottages

Some Fun Activities

Bowling Skills

These are some awesome bowling skills! Our Memory Care residents had a great time with it. It’s amazing how muscle memory can be retained. Muscle memory involves skill learning and training. Examples are activities like riding a bike, knitting, and playing a musical instrument. These actions are the result of a unique combination of brain activity and specific muscle movement, over and over. Part of this fun activity is to help retain this muscle memory and exercise it.

 

Thank you for all your support. We love you all and hope to see you soon!