One of the great gifts Steeves & Rozema long-term care communities give people is renewed mobility which results in enhanced quality of life, and we saw some great examples of this in 2018.
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Lambton College first-year nursing students interested in long-term care careers spent the day meeting with Afton Park Place residents on Oct.
Since July, Afton Park Place’s resident-run Community Projects Club has been selling some “cool treats” during “pop-up sales” to raise money in support of the Sarnia-Lambton branch of the MS Society of Canada.
One of the ways Steeves & Rozema seniors living communities build connections is by inviting local groups and organizations to use their activity rooms to host regular meetings.
The Steeves & Rozema Group’s annual golf tournament proved to be an opportunity for team members from the organization’s long-term care and seniors living communities, property management division and head office to spend a relaxing day playing golf and building relationships as well as a chance to donate to a worthy cause.
Landmark Village had a pre-Canada Day celebration at the Sarnia seniors living community June 30 that focused on both Canadian pride and helping others.
For the third year, residents of Twin Lakes Terrace, Long Term Care, in Sarnia have released painted lady butterflies after spending weeks watching them develop from caterpillars.
Residents and staff members at Afton Park Place say the recent tragedy involving the Humboldt Broncos hockey team has been on their minds, so on April 12, they joined other Canadians by wearing hockey jerseys in support of the #JerseysforHumboldt campaign.
Colleen Trott has only been volunteering at Afton Park Place for seven weeks, but she has already become a fan-favourite with everyone at the Sarnia long-term care community.
After two months of hard work in Trillium Villa’s convalescent care program, Joyce Banninga moved back home this week.