News & Events for Our Community

Here's the latest from the Golden Years community. Please contact us if you would like more information.


Community Events & Activities

Home Health Care Solutions - Free Blood Pressure Check-ups
Every Tuesday
9:00am - 9:30am

Home Owners Association and Culinary Counsel Meeting
Monday, August 13, 2018

Lighter Step Foot Clinic
Fourth Saturday of the Month

Luau - Parking lot in from of NH. Bus will provide rides.
Friday, August 10, 2018

Chair Yoga with Cathy
Wednesday, August 1 & 15, 2018
1:00 pm

Watermelon & Outdoor Games
Thursday August 23, 2018
2:00 pm

Lunch at Ruby Tuesday
Wednesday, August 29, 2018
9:30 am

August Activity Calendar
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Golden Years News

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August's Rehab News

Chronic and acute back pain can be debilitating and very disruptive to your daily life. Back pain can range from a dull constant ache to a sudden sharp pain that makes it uncomfortable to move. Acute back pain lasts a few days to a few weeks and will usually get better on its own. Chronic back pain lasts for more than three months. If you are experiencing back pain there are many ways to treat it, depending on the type of pain you experience and its root cause. Some common methods of treatment include hot/cold packs, exercise, physical therapy, injections, and surgery.

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August Highlights - The Homesteader
Here are a few of the important news highlights...

Carter Hearing Clinic will be seeing clients in their office at GYH Nursing Care. If you need an appointment, call 436-6400. If you need batteries, the nursing home front desk has them for sale. Let Kim, at the front desk know.

A Lighter Step foot clinic will be held on the fourth Saturday of the month. If you would like to schedule an appointment, please contact the office and we will be glad to assist you in scheduling an appointment

Reminder – Available to you at GYH (on site) is outpatient therapy. You can contact Jen Rowe, GYH Nurse or the Therapy Dept. if this service is needed. They can come to your apartment or you can come to the Therapy Center in the Core Building.

Home Health Care Solutions is providing free blood pressure check-­ups every Tuesday of each month from 9:00am–9:30am.

Reminder – If you have any suggestions, comments, or ideas for GYH, every 2nd Monday of the month is our Resident Council Meeting. This meeting is where you can voice your concerns and/or suggestions. It will start at 2:00pm.

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Past News

July's Newsletter - The Homesteader
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July's Rehab News

Summer allows us to enjoy many outdoor activities and time with family and friends. Barbecues, swimming, and trips to the beach make summer an exceptional time of year! For aging adults, the summer months can also be hazardous to your health. Problems like dehydration, sunburn and exasperation of pre-existing conditions are common after too much sun exposure. It’s important to stay safe when the temperature rises.

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June's Newsletter - The Homesteader
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June's Rehab News

Arthritis is a condition characterized by painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints. More than 50 million adults have one of the 100 different types of arthritis. Although we think of arthritis as a disease associated with aging; it affects people of all ages, sexes and races. It can be life changing and debilitating. In the United States it is the leading cause of disability.

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May's Newsletter - The Homesteader
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May's Rehab News

Speech Therapy involves the evaluation and treatment of people who have trouble with speech, language, cognitive function, as well as swallowing disorders. Adults can develop these problems after a stroke, traumatic brain injury, concussion, or a neurological disease such as Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, ALS or multiple sclerosis. Having a swallowing disorder, also known as dysphagia, is a challenging condition that can greatly affect a person’s quality of life.

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April's Newsletter - The Homesteader
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April's Rehab News

When a person is affected by illness, accident, disability, or a mental health condition, occupational therapists help individuals stay active and live well despite limitations. With the help of Occupational Therapists, people can live more independent and productive lives.

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March's Newsletter - The Homesteader
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March's Rehab News

Have you ever leaked urine when you cough, sneeze, laugh or lift? Have you ever had a sudden and uncontrollable need to urinate? Have you ever lost control of your bladder? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may find yourself struggling with urinary incontinence and you’re not alone.

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February's Rehab News

Did you know that the heart is the hardest working muscle in your body? The heart beats 115,000 times a day, pumping about 2,000 gallons of blood throughout the body. Because the heart works so hard, we need to do our best to take care of it.

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January's Newsletter - The Homesteader
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January's Rehab News

Pneumonia is lung inflammation caused by bacterial or viral infection, in which the air sacs fill with liquid, rendering them useless for breathing. Having pneumonia is very taxing on the body, especially for older adults.

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