Keeping Your Mind Healthy

March 3, 2023 — Mental activity can keep your mind sharp. Try some of the following tips to help challenge your brain for continual growth: Learn to play a musical instrument or get out and tune a long forgotten one Play scrabble, word puzzles, sudoku, or other trivia games Read a book every month Learn a foreign language Start... Read More

Stitching Together Bits & Pieces: National Quilting Day

March 3, 2023 — Whether its hand stitched or created with a machine, a completed quilt is distinguishable from other types of blankets by the amount of care and creativity that goes into its creation. Quilts are often kept as heirlooms, and can represent the strong bonds of familial love. On March 18, quiltmakers around the world are celebrated... Read More

March is Social Worker Month

March 3, 2023 — Take a moment during March to recognize the empathy, compassion, emotional support, and hard work social workers provide to others. Social workers, together with clinical care practitioners, help ensure that the people in their care achieve the best possible outcomes.

Happy Birthday!

March 3, 2023 — Wishing a very happy birthday to our residents and staff celebrating a birthday in March! Residents Clayton B. 3/05 Edith S. 3/06 Melva C. 3/09 Doris H. 3/11 Earl M. 3/13 Carl C. 3/15 Richard S. 3/17 Staff Jennifer A. 3/29 Misty B. 3/11 Roxann C. 3/28 Crystal E. – 3/06 Matthew H. 3/31 Billie... Read More

Welcome To Our New Staff

March 3, 2023 — Please join us in welcoming our newest additions Madison and Scharon to the team! Scharon S, RN took the role as our new C/D/E Unit Manager, while Madison T, LPN will be filling the role of our new Wound Care Nurse. These two have already embraced their new roles and are making a difference daily.... Read More

Valentine’s Day Facts

February 10, 2023 — Procrastinate getting your valentines together every year? You’re not alone. Over 50 percent of all Valentine’s Day cards are purchased in the six days prior to the holiday. Many believe the X symbol became synonymous with the kiss in medieval times. People who couldn’t write their names signed in front of a witness with an... Read More

Short-Term Success Stories

February 10, 2023 — Wanda came here to Madison Health and Rehab following a previous rehab attempt and hospital stay. She came with the goal of regaining her strength and independence in order to return home with her husband of 50+ years, Larry. Wanda worked intensely with therapy for around 6 weeks, slowly but surely regaining her strength. Larry... Read More

Happy New Year!

February 10, 2023 — We rang in 2023 in style!!! We enjoyed a taco bar with all the sides and fixings! The residents had a blast! We hope 2023 brings lots of happiness, peace, and contentment. We plan to make this the best year yet!

Letter from the Administrator

February 10, 2023 — “All you need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt” – Charles M. Schulz Madison’s Staff would like to wish all our residents and families a wonderful Valentine’s Day. We plan to make this month fun, festive, and filled with love. Feel free to join in on the fun by dropping... Read More

Happy Birthday To You!!

February 10, 2023 — Happy Birthday to these amazing Residents Edward J. 2/02 Dollie T. 2/04 Claudia J. 2/16 Lola M. 2/16 Loretta H. 2/20 Ronald R. 2/21 Emily A. 2/22 Sophie R. 2/22 Melvin M. 2/27 Lucille B. 2/28 Wishing our great Staff a very Happy Birthday! Donna M. 2/02 Hannah F. 2/16 Laura P. 2/16