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Learning Your Heart Age on World Heart Day, September 29

September 2, 2021 — Her age is 53. But her heart is 75 years old because she smokes and has uncontrolled high blood pressure. She’s not alone because most American adults have a heart that is older than their actual age. One way to understand your risk for a heart attack or stroke is to learn your “heart age.”... Read More

A Note on Classical Music

September 2, 2021 — The classical music era for the Western hemisphere extends from 1750 to 1830. The musicians most well known for music from this era are Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven. You may be familiar with other famous composers, such as Bach Chopin, or Schubert but they may have risen to fame in the renaissance, baroque, romantic, nationalistic... Read More

New Employee Spotlight: Alicia Whitledge, RN

August 9, 2021 — Twin Rivers Nursing and Rehab. is happy to announce our new Assistant Director of Nursing: Alicia Whitledge, RN. Alicia earned her BS in Nursing approximately six years ago from Chamberlain University and is currently working to achieve her master’s degree. She has seven children ranging in age from 3-15. Alicia loves boating, reading, and crocheting.... Read More

Thank You!

August 9, 2021 — From: Twin Rivers Nursing and Rehabilitation To: Keller Williams Elite We truly appreciate your generous gifts for our residents. Keller Williams Elite gave each of our residents a stuffed animal with a personalize note to show their kindness. Also, they brought the residents a new set of Cornhole Game Boards. Their compassion for our residents... Read More

Celebration at Twin Rivers Nursing and Rehab: Luau Party

August 9, 2021 — Twin Rivers Nursing and Rehabilitation celebrated CNA week. Celebrations included a Luau Party which provided lunch, activities with gifts and prizes for the staff. Everyone enjoyed the fun throughout the facility. We would like to extend the thanks to the CNA’s and nurses as their hard work and dedication is very appreciated by everyone.

August is National Immunization Awareness Month

August 9, 2021 — This annual observance highlights the importance of getting recommended vaccines throughout your life. You have the power to protect yourself and your family against serious diseases, like COVID-19, measles, whooping cough, cancers caused by HPV, pneumonia, among others through on-time vaccination. Throughout the month of August, you’re encouraged to talk to your physician, nurse, or... Read More

Several Ways to Improve Your Memory

August 9, 2021 — Getting plenty of exercise will help your memory. Exercise improves the blood flow throughout your body, including the brain. This can invigorate your mind and improve its ability to remember. Even a brief walk for ten minutes can increase your circulation. The fresh air wakes up the brain and keeps it alert, which improves its... Read More

Four Basic Rules for Effective Reading and Better Comprehension

August 9, 2021 — Try to read more and more. Remember the saying: Practice makes progress. Develop the habit of reading for main ideas. Know the main characters. Know how they help the plot or move along the story. Learn to read with focus and concentration. Think of what you are reading. Do not let your attention wander to... Read More

4th of July Games

July 2, 2021 — If you’re hosting a 4th of July party, there are hours and hours to fill before the highlight events of the day begin: the fireworks! Guessing Game – These games are always popular for just about any occasion. Fill a large jar with peppermint candy (the red and white striped kind) and decorate it with... Read More

Ice Cream Facts

July 2, 2021 — I scream, you scream, we all scream for… Ice Cream Month! To this day, the history of ice cream remains a mystery. However, many say that the first ice cream is credited to Emperor Nero of Rome. It was a mixture of snow, nectar, fruit pulp, and honey. Others proclaim that Marco Polo, a 13th... Read More