This winter’s extreme low temperatures have taken a toll on buildings around the country, including Kansas.
On New Year’s Day 2018, residents at a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in Olathe had to evacuate due to water pipes freezing and breaking. Sherry Barry, business development director for Life Care Centers of America’s Plains Region, heard about the facility’s need...
When a local senior living apartment complex was evacuated due to a fire two days before Thanksgiving 2017, Life Care Center of Osawatomie, Kansas, played a major role in assisting the displaced residents.
Associates hurried to the building to bus the seniors to a local auditorium, the designated meeting place for the tenants. Associates also assisted in the auditorium, bringing food and blankets and helping to assess needs....
It was a peaceful night. A small group slumbered in a small cabin in the woods after an evening of fun in the fresh outdoor air.
These were no ordinary campers, however. These were seniors from Life Care Center of Osawatomie, Kansas....
On Sept. 27, 2017, residents, associates and family members gathered at Life Care Center of Osawatomie, Kansas, for the Wings and Wheels bike show.
Twenty-five motorcycles lined up in the parking lot, and residents were able to go on rides, courtesy of the American Legion Riders Chapter 156....
For the last four years, the American Legion Riders Chapter 156 in Paola, Kansas, has been an active participant in the lives of veterans who live at Life Care Center of Osawatomie, Kansas.
This group of children and grandchildren of veterans assists vets in the area.
On Oct. 7, 2016, eight associates at Life Care Center of Osawatomie, Kansas, prepared their favorite recipes for the facility’s chili cook-off!
Residents who serve on the dining committee judged the entries, which included traditional chili, two white chicken chilis and one steak chili. They were able to sample and choose their favorite.
On June 3, 2016, nine local senior living facilities, including Life Care Center of Osawatomie, Kansas, participated in the first Miami County Senior Olympics.
Ten residents from Life Care Center of Osawatomie competed in the events at Osawatomie High School. Contests included bean bag toss, ball toss, ring toss, bowling, horseshoes, wheelchair races, watermelon seed spitting and hog calling. The team wore coordinating T-shirts with the facility logo that said, “We are retired, not expired!”