Cassia began administering coronavirus vaccines to residents and staff in December 2020 through our own A&E Pharmacy. In March, we completed the third round of clinics at our skilled nursing and independent/assisted living locations. To…
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.
We sat quietly awaiting the start of the service of celebration for the life of a close family friend. The Washburn-McReavy Funeral Chapel in Edina, Minn., a Minneapolis suburb, was filled to capacity. We’d arrived almost late and were seated toward the back of the large chapel.
Resident Care Aide Gail Worrell has worked at Cassia’s Trinity Springs community in Oxford, Florida for two years, since the community opened. “Gail is a tremendous asset to Trinity Springs,” says Director of Health Services Danielle Murphy. “She is so full of love and life and brings a smile to any occasion. Gail has a passion for music and dancing and you will always find her singing and dancing with others to bring a smile to their faces.
Between June 17 and 24, we at Cassia are celebrating National Nursing Assistants Week in honor of all the excellent nursing assistants who help those we serve. We want to introduce one of our nursing assistants so you can get to know her. Karen Swenson has worked the PM shift from 3 to 11 p.m. for 13 years at the Milaca Elim Meadows health care center.