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    Activities staff keeps residents connected despite ‘social distancing’

    Activities Director Lacey Buhler spent the month of March thinking about how to keep residents engaged in the absence of group activities.She has used every tool in her toolbox including technology, individual outreach and increasing the services available to residents.When possible, Salina Presbyterian Manor is using technology as a substitute for gatherings.“One big thing we were missing out on when we stopped group activities was exercise,” Lacey said.Presbyterian Manor began broa...  Read More...

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    Mary’s Musings: Reflections on grief and community

    I often refer to the residents here at the Presbyterian Manor as family, but I also believe that we are a unique community. Community is defined as a group of people with a common characteristic or interest living together within a larger society.Throughout my life, I have been blessed to be surrounded and supported by many different communities. Each one of these communities provide caring support and encouragement during the many different stages of my life.   Read More...

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    Do you have plan for emergencies?

    Taking the time to organize your important papers and records may be the best investment you ever make for your loved ones. Planning ahead at any age can save time, stress and money if an emergency or death should occur. Join us as Debra Wood, district extension agent in family resource management for the Central Kansas Extension District, shares ideas and tips for getting your papers in order at "Do You Have a Plan in Place?" a free Just Ask event at Salina Presbyterian Manor at noon ...  Read More...

  • Mary’s Musings: Caring Conversations

    By Mary Bridges, chaplainThe seasons of our lives are many and varied. Some are familiar and filled with joy and growth. Some feel cold, barren and filled with overwhelming uncertainty.   Read More...

  • Intergenerational art class about more than art

    Every other month, the young and the young at heart come together within the community to collaborate in the name of art. Side-by-side—and often together—the budding artists work on projects ranging from acrylic paintings to holiday ornaments, but often the finished product is little more than an afterthought.“This class gives me some time to spend with my granddaughter. They grow up so fast that sometimes you just don’t get to spend any time with them,” said reside...  Read More...