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When activity staff set up a Nerf gun target practice for memory care residents, they discovered resident Eloise Reep is an excellent shot. And no wonder: the Edna, Kansas native learned how to use a pistol by shooting Coke cans off fence posts with her cousins.
These new cases brings our 7-day total to 4 employees. Due to the number of cases at the campus, Wichita Presbyterian Manor is considered a COVID-19 cluster. A cluster is two or more non-household cases of COVID-19 associated with a location during a specified period of time.
Assisted living resident Mary Wallingford doesn’t have a sweet tooth, but she keeps several candy dishes around in order to treat the Wichita Presbyterian Manor staff and her fellow residents. During the holiday season, we celebrate Mary’s spirit of giving.
Starting a new job in the middle of a pandemic is a challenge, but registered nurse Ashli Shain knows she’s in the right place. “We have such an amazing team here. Everyone is willing to help each other and make sure the residents and families are taken care of,” said Ashley, who began working at Presbyterian Manor this fall. “I am proud to be a part of it.”