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    Life at Presbyterian Manor during COVID-19

    Making sure our residents can communicate with their loved ones has been a big task the last couple of months. We have written letters, video chatted, played games through windows and waved to them from fifth floor windows. Sometimes it is a challenge to make it all work out, but it is always a lot of fun.   Read More...

  • Our volunteers make all the difference

    Our community is blessed to have a number of volunteers dedicated to making life easier and more joyful for our residents and staff. As we celebrate Volunteer Appreciation Week April 7-13, we’re putting the spotlight on two of them who make a difference in our community every day.Jeff WoodJeff Wood (pictured above, left) has been volunteering for Presbyterian Manor almost as long as he’s been golfing. Jeff has been a chiropractor of 29 years.“I’m an avid golfer—not ...  Read More...

  • Paying it forward one pint at a time

    Ark City Presbyterian Manor’s first blood drive started as an act of compassion for another staff member.“We had a staff member who had an accident and required several blood transfusions during their time of hospitalization. That’s what gave me the idea of having the drive here – a pay it forward type of thing,” said Chris Armstrong, MDS coordinator and RN case manager.That was four years ago. Today, the campus hosts two blood drives a year – one in March and...  Read More...

  • One Surprising Way Older Adults Can Get Healthier

    Whether or not we actually do the right things to improve our health, many of us probably assume we know what they are. Walk more. Quit smoking.   Read More...

  • The Power of Sharing Our Stories

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