Why do some people seem to be healthier, others adapt to changes better and others are as enthusiastic as ever? Much of how we age isn’t just in our genes but how we’ve taken care of ourselves through the years. As Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Life
With the summer heat inching up the thermometer, it’s time to check your fluids … are you drinking enough water and other liquids? While staying hydrated is important for people of all ages, it’s particularly important as we grow older. Older
In partnership with RehabCare, Farmington Presbyterian Manor is offering weekly tai chi classes in an effort to promote healthy lifestyles and provide great new exercise ideas for residents and area seniors. The program is led by Bev Stephens and Rose
Residents and employees of Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America’s 18 communities in Kansas and Missouri gave the organization high marks in a recent satisfaction survey.
With nearly 2,400 residents to survey in independent living, assisted living and
The Missouri synods of the Presbyterian Church, U.S., and the United Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., joined together to construct the first Presbyterian Homelife campus in Farmington, Mo. The project was authorized in 1957 in a joint session of the synods,
There’s a youth movement afoot at the Farmington Manor, and it’s made up of the high school-age members of the Farmington Key Club who stop by each month to spend time and enjoy activities with the residents.
Jessica Heberlie, a senior at Farmington
Farmington Presbyterian Manor recently partnered with RehabCare to celebrate National Senior Fitness Week May 26 to 30. Older adults living in St. Francois County were invited to take part by scheduling Senior Fitness assessments and consultations
Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America communities regularly feature activities involving young people. Whether it’s a youth choir performance and visit, an ongoing program with a local school or regular activities with the on-campus preschool, these