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We are so blessed to have our local law enforcement as part of our family. Our Elders, Families & Staff feel safe know we are being looked after.
I have to say, I was so proud of our elders that graduated. They worked so hard training and getting to know what law enforcement really was all about. Can’t wait for our next class.

Our 4th of July here at SHC of Erin was not ruined by the rain. It started raining and people  kept coming, eating, playing games, listening to a live band without missing a lick.  And just like that it was time to start the show and the rain had stopped. For 20 minutes of the most spectacular show in the area.

atd Excellence in Practice Award - Signature HealthCARE

Signature HealthCARE received the citation in the ‘Facilitating Organizational Change’ category for its Executive CNA Program. The award recognizes organizations for results achieved through the use of practices and solutions from the entire scope of talent development.

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During National Nursing We Kicked off the week with a Cookout, then we had a Fiesta day,  A Hawaiian  Party, Minute to win it games, and our ever so popular Water Day.

Signature HealthCARE and the Department of Spirituality will welcome several spiritual and community leaders to our corporate office in Louisville, KY for our 2015 Interfaith Global Day of Prayer celebration.

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On April 27th, Miss Amy’s School of the Arts gave a performance for the elders at Signature HealthCare of Erin. Their performances included a dance style in the theme of Dr. Seuss, more notably recognized as a “Seussical,” and a dance routine to Crocodile Rock.

A solo performance was given by Miss Sophia Alford who is a platinum, “pretty pose,” and costume award winner at Starquest, and at KAR (Junior Dance Performance Competition) she received a top first award, 1st in her division of lyrical, and 3rd overall out of 50 entries. Sophia’s solo performance was to the theme “Over the Rainbow.”

“We love for our elders to interact with the youth and these young ladies gave an outstanding performance! One the residents continue to talk about,” said Lisa Moore. Miss Amy’s School of the Arts will continue to compete throughout the state of Tennessee this coming year and Signature HealthCARE looks forward to seeing another performance from these very talented young ladies!

Thursday, our therapy department, along with activities, gathered residents on the porch. They had a blast blowing bubbles just sitting on the porch with each other.

On April 8th,  five of our facilities got together and had a great day of fellowship, prayer, and pampering.

 

On April 16th, elders and staff headed on an adventure.  On our first stop we visited The Home Place at Land between the Lakes. The elders really enjoyed learning some history. They talked about things there  they had used at their grandparents’ homes.  The home had things that several remember having–a breezeway, corncob checkers, and an old Iron Wood Stove.  It gave our elders a great deal to discuss.

After leaving the Home Place, we traveled on to a place called Patti’s Settlement. We went in sat down and had an amazing lunch. From burgers to fillets they ate ’til they could eat no more. Oh, and lets not forget the flowerpot bread and strawberry butter.  At the end of the meal, I asked around the table what everyone liked most about that day. Each elder stated the best thing about the day was just being together with friends, laughing, and having fun.

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