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    Virtual tour gives realistic view of life with dementia

    Caring for someone with memory impairment? Ever wished for a window into the world in which your loved one is living? On Thursday, September 19th, participants were able to get a glimpse of what their loved one is going through.   Read More...

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    Veterans Day Observation

    At 2 p.m. on Monday, November 11, the Presbyterian Manor will have a Veterans Day reception with a flag salute, taps playing, pledge of allegiance and then a parade march where all of the veterans will walk as we salute them. Following the march, we will show the documentary about the Honor Flight-One Last Mission in the Chapel with refreshments.   Read More...

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    Featured wellness activity: Sit & Fit

    One of the many health and wellness activities offered at Wichita Presbyterian Manor is “Sit & Fit.” This class is designed to increase muscle strength, range of movement and improve activities of daily living. A chair is used for seated exercise and standing support.PHOTO: Shown seated left to right: Evelyn Calderwood, Bonnie Nebe, Barbara Addison; standing, Health and Wellness Director Carol Gibbon.   Read More...

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    Life experience and a little competition inspired Margo Imes to write

    It all started in 1998 when Westerly resident Margo Imes attended a Baxter Black show. There was a poet that opened up for Baxter and Margo thought to herself, “I can write better than that.”So, she did. Margo wrote poetry for years and decided to try cowboy poetry since she had 16 years of experience with horses, cows and farm work.   Read More...

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    Health and wellness adds Brain Fitness class

    Living well and the promotion of a healthy lifestyle is a vital focus for Wichita Presbyterian Manor and many of our residents.As part of our new wellness program, Carol Gibbon, health and wellness director, added a “Brain Fitness” class. This class offers tactics and brain exercises that stretch and increase brain muscles at a fun, engaging and social get-together. Handouts are provided, but discussions and individual and group work are incorporated.   Read More...

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