Catch up on what's happening at Logan Acres Senior Community with our monthly newsletter. The August 2019 edition is below or click here to download a PDF.
The Kiwanis Key Club members from the local high schools will be trick-or-treating during Beggars' Night on Thursday evening from 6 to 7:30. They will be collecting canned goods and other non-perishable food items that will be donated to the local food pantry in Logan County.
The Kiwanis Club of Bellefontaine is a community service organization. Its mission is to help the children of Logan County and the world. The club meets every Thursday at noon at the Hilliker YMCA.
Who can benefit…
The Korebalance® is ideal for orthopedics, neurological disorders, as well as balance programs focusing on fall prevention.
Logan Acres Senior Community will make Korebalance® available for In-patient, Out-patient, and Community access.
Contact Heather Smith, Director of Therapy, for more information
Mother Nature threatened a storm that drove the Flag Day Celebration inside on the last minute. The spirit of the residents and veterans were not at all dampened by the rain. Shannon Reams performed for the crowd (pictured) and the color guard was not concerned about a little rain (pictured).
"The Logan Acres Foundation Board works hard behind the scenes and the way that they seamlessly changed gears to host the celebration indoors was no surprise to me. The focus was on the residents and veterans in attendance and we were successful in honoring them. "
- Laura Haverkos, Director of Campus Marketing
Logan Acres is currently seeking State Tested Nurse Aides (STNA). Register for local classes in April, May or July and apply at Logan Acres after completing the program!
For further information or to register, contact Ruth Nichols at 419-998-2979.
Please congratulate Rosemary when you see her. We wish her much success in her new role!
Logan Acres Senior Community announced that Kathryn Sherer, director of The Homestead at Logan Acres, successfully completed the Certified Executive for Assisted Living (CEAL) certification program offered through the Ohio Centers for Assisted Living (OCAL), an affiliate of the Ohio Health Care Association. Sherer passed the NAB (National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards) Residential Care/Assisted Living Administrators Examination to earn the CEAL designation.
CEAL is a comprehensive certification program designed to elevate the skills and professionalism of assisted living administrators in Ohio by providing a national certification along with Ohio’s most comprehensive state specific training. The CEAL Training Course is a combination of interactive classroom training, guided self-study, and hands-on clinical learning. The program is designed for experienced assisted living executives looking for a competitive edge in the marketplace, or those interested in obtaining the necessary skills to successfully lead an assisted living building in Ohio or nationwide.
Although Ohio does not require certification for assisted living administrators, CEAL has aligned its program curriculum with the NAB Residential Care / Assisted Living Administrators Licensing Examination so that credentialed assisted living executives in Ohio meet national competency standards and are positioned for any future changes to Ohio’s RCF administrator requirements.
Sherer has been the director at The Homestead since she transitioned from the director of Campus Marketing role one year ago. While the CEAL credential is not a requirement for The Homestead director, Sherer states, “The opportunity to fine tune my skills and expand my knowledge and value to the residents and the campus on which I serve is something I am driven toward. I am grateful to Logan Acres Senior Community, Progressive Health Systems and the Logan County Commissioners for the opportunity to continuously grow professionally and as a servant to those that choose to make The Homestead at Logan Acres their home.”
Logan Acres Care Center recently received a deficiency-free survey by the Ohio Department of Health, the second consecutive annual inspection that resulted in a perfect outcome. This annual survey is unannounced and extensive in scope.
Key measures of standardized care are monitored, as well as individual case histories. All health care facilities receive this extensive review and every department is carefully examined – nursing, nutrition services, life enrichment, and environmental services.
“This outstanding accomplishment is the direct result of open communications with residents and families and a super- talented group of health care professionals here at Logan Acres,” said campus administrator Lorraine Fischio.
A perfect survey is an honor and accomplishment for all residents and staff, as less than five percent of Ohio nursing facilities realize this accomplishment.
“Our employees put in many hours of hard physical work and emotional caregiving to provide excellent care whether it’s for a short term rehab stay or long term campus living,” said Bobbi Jo Dow, the Director of Nursing.
The Logan Acres Senior Community offers Rehab-to-Home services, Long-Term and Memory Care, and Apartment Living with Assistance. This Campus is brought to the community by The Logan County Commissioners and managed by Progressive Health Care Systems.
For additional information regarding Logan Acres Senior Community, please contact Lisa Stewart at 937-592-2901.
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