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, May 13, 2019
2:00pm

Mother's Day Tea
Thursday, May 9, 2019

Mother's Day
Sunday, May 12

Chair Yoga with Cathy
Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Lighter Step Foot Clinic
Fourth Saturday of the Month

May Birthday Party
Thursday, May 30, 2019
2:00 pm

May Activity Calendar
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Golden Years News

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May's Rehab News

Did you know that every one pound of body weight, it adds three pounds of force to the knees? The knee is the largest joint in the body and gives you flexibility and stability for standing, walking, crouching, running, jumping and turning. With so many moving parts in the knee, it is vulnerable to injury.

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May 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


April Highlights - The Homesteader
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April's Rehab News

Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects how your body turns food into energy. There is not any one specific cause of diabetes however there are many factors which contribute to a higher risk of getting the disease including but not limited to genetics, obesity, physical inactivity, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease.

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March Highlights - The Homesteader
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March's Rehab News

The way you hold your body is posture and the way you move your body is body mechanics. There are correct ways to hold your body when you stand, walk, sit, lift and even sleep. Proper posture allows us to move in the way we want, causing our bodies the least amount of strain and damage. Adapting proper posture is an essential part to maintaining a healthy skeletal structure as you age.

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

Keep moving for your heart! As you age and become less active, your heart just like any other muscle in your body can weaken. Healthy blood vessels are flexible however with age blood vessels can become less elastic creating more work on the heart to pump.

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

More people in America suffer from pain than diabetes, cancer and heart disease combined. When pain lasts for a long time (3 to 6 months or more), it is called chronic pain. The CDC recently released a report estimating that 50 million Americans, more than 20 percent of the adult population, have chronic pain.

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