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September is World Alzheimer’s Month. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, this form of dementia affects memory, thinking, and behavior. Symptoms eventually grow severe enough to interfere with daily tasks. Alzheimer’s is the most common cause of memory loss worldwide.
With so many people in the world affected by this disease, education is critical for improving their quality of life.
The Tribune Star announced the results for their 11th annual Readers’ Choice Awards competition in May. It was announced that for the second year in a row, Providence Health Care was named the “Best Nursing Home.”
WTWO anchor, Hazelmarie, spoke with Providence Health Care Assistant Director of Nursing, Lydia Alumbaugh, RN, CDP, about the positive strives that the facility is making towards helping patients with cognitive brain change live better quality of life. Visit WTWO to view the full video interview.
A few months ago, COVID-19 and Quarantine were terms that meant nothing to the average person. Now these words, and the guidelines that go with them, are all too familiar. As a healthcare worker in a long-term care facility, COVID has been so much more than an inconvenience beyond, ‘when I will be able to go to the grocery store.’
Working in long-term care involves caring for individuals with varying levels of cognitive decline. (Click here to read full article)
Each year Terre Haute Catholic Charities Foodbank challenges the Wabash Valley to help fight hunger in the community. The Friday before Thanksgiving, Providence Health Care joined with Catholic Charities to raise awareness about hunger and raise funds to feed some of the people living in the Wabash Valley who don’t have enough nutritous food to maintain a healthy lifestyle. You can watch the full news story on WTHI-TV.com.