Farmington Presbyterian Manor employees had fun dressing up for Halloween, and residents loved their creativity. Below are just a few of the best costumes.
More than 5 million Americans live with Alzheimer’s disease today, and that number is estimated to grow to more than 13 million by 2050. In the early stages, people have difficulty remembering recently learned facts and forget names and how
For the past six months, Presbyterian Manor employees have staged fundraising events to support the Alzheimer’s Association’s Memory Walk in Crystal City, Mo., Sept. 13. Activities such as a barbecue and grill drawing, a biscuits-and-gravy breakfast,
This month, we continue to look back at our history as Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America celebrates 65 years of the art of life.
The 1980s brought growth in independent living options on many Presbyterian Manor campuses. New duplexes and apartments
By Ray Chappell, Farmington Presbyterian Manor chaplain
The second aspect of “God the Father” that we will be studying is “Fatherhood by Intimate Relationship.”
The concept and relationship of father and son are used in the Old Testament in several
We now have a prescription that researchers think can delay or prevent the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. It’s not a pill, it’s a list of lifestyle choices. Results from a landmark study announced this summer show that having a healthy