Marjorie “Margie” Ann Schultz is the Duneland YMCA Senior of the Month. Margie celebrates her senior membership and activities year around, but she’s thrilled to be honored and appreciated this month for her contributions to the Y Senior program. Margie was born on December 10, 1939 in Boone Grove, Indiana and graduated from high school there as well. After high school, she continued her education at Ivy Tech in Valparaiso. In 1961 Margie married Thomas R. Schultz. They had two daughters, Chris Galvin and Debbie Siehert. Both of her daughters live in Portage, Indiana. The Schultz family enjoys traveling. Margie says she treasures memories of trips to Arizona, Mexico, Florida, Connecticut, Missouri, and also extensively touring Indiana.
The team at Residences at Deer Creek work to Outpatient Therapy Services work with each patient, one on one, to design a rehabilitation therapy program that suits their individual needs. They offer the latest equipment and specially trained therapists to help maintain and optimize overall health and flexibility. These Physical Therapists are experienced in geriatrics and know the challenges seniors face in preserving their mobility.
Living well is the lifestyle you will find at Addison Pointe Health & Rehabilitation Center in Chesterton. Our well-trained, compassionate staff supervise every aspect of resident's wellness. With 24-hour nursing care, Addison Pointe focuses on the entire spectrum of one's well-being; from their physical and emotional health to their needs for friendship and intellectual stimulation.
Lincolnshire Healthcare and Rehabilitation Educates the Region with 2018 Social Media and Health Fair
On Wednesday, Lincolnshire Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center hosted a Social Media and Wellness fair. Featuring booth after booth of essential information, food, raffles, and a social media boot camp hosted by our own Ideas in Motion Media, the event provided seniors and their caretakers all the tools necessary to stay healthy mentally, physically, and socially.
When most people hear the word “hospice”, their minds immediately begin thinking about some of life’s unimaginable circumstances. Unity Hospice wants to clear the air and enlighten the public on the enhanced quality of life that is a direct result of hospice.
On Saturday, June 16th, Munster Med-Inn let their inner villain shine as they joined the Town of Schererville in their annual parade. This year’s theme centered on villains and Disney Descendants, creating a stark contrast to their superhero theme of last year.
Everyone dreams of being able to find the job that doesn’t feel like work for them. For Sean Tracy, an employee with Independence Village and the StoryPoint Communities, he not only does his hobby for a living, but in doing so, honors veterans in these retirement communities.
While the Chesterton community anxiously awaits the opening of StoryPoint Senior Living, the staff isn’t waiting to get started on great events. Partnering with Addison Pointe next door, StoryPoint offered future residents and seniors in the local community a chance to take an excursion to the new Four Winds Casino in South Bend.
While most senior living facilities strive to create opportunities for their residents to engage and remain active, it’s important to take a step back and make sure seniors are getting the most out of their senior living experience, and their golden years overall. On June 5, Spring Mill Health Campus opened its doors to seniors throughout the Northwest Indiana community to discuss exactly what they expect from their senior healthcare providers. The Senior Executive Luncheon promised food and feedback.
On a Saturday May 19th, Belvedere Senior Housing was able to take part in a huge celebration for one of their residents. Helen Mills marked a huge milestone by reaching her 100th birthday while staying at the facility.
When it comes to living a full life, everything from physical, to mental, to emotional health is vitally important. At Addison Pointe Health and Rehabilitation Center in Chesterton, Indiana, all three are given full consideration. With excellent nursing and rehabilitation services as well as engaging community amenities, they are capable of serving nearly every health need and are eager to improve the quality of life for all residents.