Past News

Past News: Health and Aging

May 15, 2019   |   Blog, Health and Aging

Staying Active – Healthy Speaker Series Recap

May’s Healthy Living Program Series “Staying Active” was presented by Autumn Ferringer, Wesbury’s Assistant Director of Nursing. ... Continue Reading »

April 15, 2019   |   Blog, Health and Aging

Is It Allergies or Is It a Cold? – Healthy Speaker Series Recap

April’s Healthy Living Program Series, “Is It Allergies or Is It a Cold?” was presented by Autumn Ferringer, Wesbury’s Assistant... Continue Reading »

March 11, 2019   |   Blog, Health and Aging

Circulation in Your Lower Extremities – Healthy Speaker Series Recap

March’s Healthy Living Program Series “Circulation in Your Lower Extremities” was presented by Autumn Ferringer, Wesbury’s Assistant Director... Continue Reading »

February 18, 2019   |   Blog, Health and Aging

Heart Disease – Healthy Speaker Series Recap

February’s Healthy Living Program Series “Heart Disease” was presented by Autumn Ferringer, Wesbury’s Assistant Director of... Continue Reading »

January 16, 2019   |   Blog, Health and Aging

Lung Disease in the Winter – Healthy Speaker Series Recap

January’s Healthy Living Program Series “Lung Disease in the Winter” was presented by Autumn Ferringer, Wesbury’s Assistant Director of... Continue Reading »

January 4, 2019   |   Blog, Health and Aging

Is it the “Stomach Flu” or Is It Really Norovirus? Healthy Speaker Series Recap

December’s Healthy Living Program Series “Is it the ‘Stomach Flu” or Is It Really Norovirus?” was presented by Autumn Ferringer,... Continue Reading »

December 6, 2018   |   Blog, Health and Aging, Rehabilitation

Did You Know that Wesbury Offers Short-Term Rehabilitation?

The Short-Term Rehabilitation neighborhood offers private accommodations designed for residents in need of intense therapy in order to... Continue Reading »

December 3, 2018   |   Blog, Care Levels and Services, Enhanced Living and PC, Health and Aging, Lifestyle

Afraid of Becoming a Couch Potato this Winter? Here are 9 Tips for Beating the Winter Blues

There are things that people who work within the senior population repeatedly hear, one of the big ones is: “everyone has a desire to stay... Continue Reading »

November 20, 2018   |   Blog, Enhanced Living and PC, Health and Aging

Evolving to Continually Improve Quality of Care and Maintain Wellness in Enhanced Living and Personal Care

One thing that can always be expected in healthcare is change. As the delivery of healthcare is shifting, and as more seniors are choosing to... Continue Reading »

September 17, 2018   |   Blog, Health and Aging, Lifestyle

3 Components to Driving Safely, Warning Signs and How to Keep Fit for Driving

Quick Facts 84% of Seniors 65+ have their driver’s license Seniors 65+ make up 16% of the population, but they are 17% of all... Continue Reading »
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