Mr. Jesse Bryant came to Summit Manor after a hospital stay. He Bryant had been living at home independent prior to admission. At first, Mr. Bryant required lots of encouragement to participate with therapy and today he tells me, “I would participate with therapy 24 hours per day for 365 days per year.” Despite loving therapy, he is still very excited about returning home. We wish Mr. Bryant the BEST, and we hope he continue to get better.
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Mrs. Edith Harmon is a true definition of success! She defied all odds and began to blossom in therapy. Mrs. Harmon states that she feels better than ever and cannot wait to return home with her husband. When asking about her stay at Summit she simply says, “It was great.” We wish Mrs. Harmon the best when returning home.
Mr, Joe Veatch came to Summit Manor after a recent hospitalization. Mr. Veatch prior to admission was living at home with his wife, and he enjoys spending time in his garage. He cannot wait to return home so he can chat with friends and neighbors. When asking Mr. Veatch about his stay, he replied, “The staff is GREAT, especially Greg, he is SUPER!” He is excited about returning home, but is pleased that Signature HealthCARE at Summit Manor can offer such good services in his home town, close to his home.
The Adair Progress featured Summit Manor’s Hall of Fame induction for five residents, stakeholders, and community members. Hometown heroes are honored during the company-wide Signature HealthCARE Hall of Fame each year for their lifetime accomplishments to their family, local community, and others.
Rick Shelton, chaplain at Signature HealthCARE at Summit Manor, deep fries fish on Friday. Proceeds from the fundraiser benefitted the resident fund.
Mrs. Mildred Hodges of Columbia recently celebrated here 93rd birthday. She is a long-term resident of Adair County.
Dorothy Nell VanArsdale was dressed up at Summit Manor on Tuesday to celebrate Halloween. She was the October Summit Star for Signature HealthCARE.
Linda Burton, and her daughter, Becky Bailey, stepped back into the 1960’s to hand out Halloween candy at Signature HealthCARE at Summit Manor.
Summit Manor hosted a candy trail for the community on Halloween. A good time was had by all. Thanks to everyone who came out to support.
Summit Manor participated in a recent scarecrow competition with our local Chamber of Commerce. The scarecrows are featured in our Town Square and will be an exciting asset to our community candy trail for Halloween!
Summit Manor is very active in a new quality of life initiative called Restore Me Back in Time. Each month our elders are participating in a dance video contest from a particular decade. In September we traveled back in time to the 70s…and won 1st place in our region!
Summit Manor hosted a sock hop for our elders and their families. They enjoyed good music and milkshakes. A good time was had by all.