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These qualities are based on five Greek words which have the same interlocking root.
A volunteer can take the space once occupied by loneliness and fill it to the brim with partnership and purpose.
I would say “Hats off” to our transportation department, but it’s too cold to be bare-headed!
We really love the experience of vinyl because, like our relationship, the thing about a record is that you can’t just “set it and forget it” ..
I love to hear about people challenging our status quo in order to keep the elders’ experience and organizational brand characteristics at the core.
Our role, you see, is to learn how people work, live and think and adjust ourselves and our schedules to them.
We have to remain open to the uncertainty of a new experience each day, or we will deny ourselves the opportunity to grow.
I challenge you to reach out and welcome anyone new, ask who they are, care about them in a way that makes them understand why they should stay here.
St. John’s Home hosted its 2nd Annual Centenarian Celebration and honored some of Rochester’s finest individuals.
In this new year, let’s watch our gas gauges and those of each other. Let’s fill each other up, or encourage each other to find ways to fill up.
Moving helps our brains process stress. Moving helps us decompress anxiety. Moving helps us think better.
The Brickstone Chorale spreads holiday cheer at St. John's Home.
The lesson for us is "do what you love, especially at work." We are dreamers of a better life for elders and those who support them are all around.
St. John's LifeBio program ensures each elder’s life story is told and his or her legacy is captured.
A weekend at St. John's Meadows is filled with rich cultural experiences.