In February 2018, Dezi Darby, activity assistant at Life Care Center of Medina, Ohio, received a wonderful and personal gift for her baby girl who is due in June.
Tanya Scarbro, a 31-year-old resident at the facility, knitted Darby a pink dress and matching booties for her baby, Paizlee.
In preparation for Christmas, the occupational therapists and residents at Life Care Center of Medina, Ohio, decided to take on a holiday-themed craft.
The occupational therapists assisted the residents throughout the creation of a snowman, engaging their motor skills through grip strength and following directions.
Assembling the snowman took residents five days to complete. The craft was made up of 427 cups.
Dale Kutz has spread an awareness of art in his community for many years, and even on hospice, he continues to do so.
Life Care Center of Medina, Ohio, where Kutz now resides, held an art show with support from his wife, Connie, and Hospice of Medina County on Jan. 16, 2018. About a dozen impressionist paintings of Kutz’s were on display at the skilled nursing and rehab center....
Ever since Evelyn Stang attended her first Cleveland Indians baseball game as a young woman, she has been an ardent fan.
So it was only fitting for Stang to celebrate her 102nd birthday with an Indians theme....
Levi Lough had his cake… and ate it, too.
Feb. 1, 2017, marked Lough’s 96th birthday, and he got to enjoy a special treat he hadn’t eaten for a while – chocolate cake.
Lough is a long-term resident at Life Care Center of Medina,...
The Medina Recreation Center was full on April 1, 2016, as Life Care Center of Medina, Ohio, held its quarterly luncheon. More than 100 seniors filed through the rec center’s doors to attend a presentation on Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Life Care Center of Medina provided and served lunch for all those in attendance.
From Feb. 12 – 15, 2016, the city of Medina, Ohio, held its annual Ice Festival, and Life Care Center of Medina had a sculpture on display.
Elegant Ice Creations carved the sculpture, which featured the facility’s logo on a pedestal. It joined more than 50 sculptures along Medina Square in the center of town representing local businesses.