Knowing when to rely on rehab facilities can be a challenge, so consider these common signs that it is time to get your loved one the care they deserve.
We may not always like it, but sooner or later, our age catches up to us. Although a lot of positives can come along with age (like wisdom, experience, and incredible memories), there are certainly negatives as well. Our bodies and our minds don’t function in the way that they used to. For Baby Boomers, […]
Cynthia Miller, Manor Grove’s longest serving staff member, has received VOYCE’s first ever lifetime achievement award.
Keep an eye out for these symptoms of early-onset dementia.
No one wants to think about their loved ones getting older. Unfortunately, the physical and mental changes that come with age are often too important to sweep under the rug. Many adult children with elderly parents have to face these realities sooner than they would have liked. However, learning to recognize the signs that a […]
The world’s population of people aged 60 and over is expected to double between 2015 and 2050, jumping from 12% to 22%. Knowing this, it makes sense that more and more skilled nursing facilities and assisted care homes are opening their doors. However, they’re not all the same, and when looking for a skilled nursing […]
Manor Grove is much more than a nursing home or a rehab facility, we are a genuine part of the Kirkwood area community. This past fall, one of the opportunities that we had to interact with that community was to provide a working environment for one of Adam Scimone’s class projects. Adam was selected as […]
Manor Grove’s maintenance crew was rewarded at April 6th’s council meeting for their exceptional care of the grounds, especially the trees, here at Manor Grove. A beautiful plaque was presented to Ross Barrale, Director of Facilities, by the City of Kirkwood Urban Forestry Commission for the great efforts put forth in keeping these historical, and […]
Manor Grove’s 10th Annual Soup’s On was a great success again this year! With 24 fantastic soups and 7 delicious desserts, nearly 1,000 people were able to enjoy an afternoon of friendly competition. The winners of this year’s competition are as follows: People’s Choice- First Place-Cooper’s Hawk with their Lobster Bisque Soup Second Place-Café Bistro […]
The American College of Health Care Administrators proudly honored our own Administrator, Rose Lankford, with the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award. The award, named in memory of visionary ACHCA member Eli Pick, recognizes administrators whose teams have achieved dimensions of organizational quality that few others have been able to reach. This award eligibility is based […]