Amber Thomas, CNP, Joins Resident Care Staff
Amber Thomas, RN, MSN, CNP, is assisting with resident care at Spring Meadows Senior Community. Amber is a Certified Nurse Practitioner with the University of Toledo Physicians group and is highly qualified to provide care to skilled, long-term, and semi-independent residents. Amber earned an Associate Degree in Nursing from Mercy College of Northwest Ohio, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Lourdes College, and a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Toledo. Amber has worked her way through various nursing fields while advancing her education. Her career started as a nursing assistant while going to nursing school. She hasClick to read more >
Happy Retirement to Roxanne Stone-Warr!
After more than 25 years working in her family’s business, Spring Meadows Senior Community’s Human Resources Director Roxanne Stone-Warr is retiring in January 2017. Roxanne first started working at Spring Meadows part time as a receptionist in the early 1990’s. In 1993, she took a full time position as Marketing/Admissions Director at Spring Meadows before advancing to Director of Human Resources in 2007. Roxanne’s father, Jack Stone, purchased Resthaven Manor in 1975. A decade later, he constructed Spring Meadows Senior Community on the 30-acre Stone family farm in Holland. Astor House Assisted Living complex was added in 1999 and expanded withClick to read more >
Jennifer Clabaugh New Activities Director
Jennifer Clabaugh is the new Activities Director for Spring Meadows Senior Community. Originally from Florida, Jennifer’s family moved to the Port Clinton area, where she graduated from high school. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Gerontology from Bowling Green State University and currently resides in Perrysburg. While this is her first job as an activities director, Jennifer recently completed an internship at the Alzheimer’s Association in Toledo. Jennifer is excited about the new job opportunity. “I was drawn to the position because I have always wanted to make a difference in older adult lives and once I saw the opportunity toClick to read more >
As a way to improve our communications, we are collecting emails of family members/responsible parties for our residents. Please provide us with the resident’s name and names/emails of family members/responsible parties that should be notified with updates from Spring Meadows Senior Community. This information can be submitted in person, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by filling out the form posted to the "Contact Us" page of our website. Thank you for your cooperation.Click to read more >
Three Year Plan To Implement New Federal Guidelines
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has enacted new Requirements of Participation (RoPs) in the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Due to the complexity of these new requirements, CMS has decided to implement the changes in three phases. Phase I implementation date was November 28, 2016. Phase II will be November 28, 2017 and Phase III will be November 28, 2019. Many if not all of the new RoPs will include clerical changes that affect the way nursing homes in the U.S. will operate in the years to come. While all of the states followed the RoPs as currently written,Click to read more >
Holiday Open House December 3
Our annual Holiday Open House will take place Saturday, Dec. 3. From 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. you can shop the holiday bazaar in the front lobby and purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a holiday gift. At noon, a holiday lunch will be served. Santa will be on site from 1:20-1:50 p.m. for photos with residents and visitors. Tim Oehlers will be entertaining with holiday music from 2-3 p.m. in the Spring Meadows dining room. "Two for the Show" will provide entertainment at Astor House from 2-3 p.m. This annual event is a favorite among the residents who have spent timeClick to read more >
Trick or Treat Night Oct. 31st
Our annual Trick or Treat night at Spring Meadows Senior Community is Oct. 31 from 6-7 p.m. This is always an event the residents enjoy. Children 12 and under are welcome. Trick or Treat begins at the main entrance with the green canopy. From there, trick or treaters are led through the dining room and over to Astor House, where they exit into the same parking lot that they entered. We are looking for donations of individually wrapped candy or snacks for the residents to pass out for Trick or Treat. Please turn donations into the Activities Department by Oct. 30th.Click to read more >
We Are Hiring!
Spring Meadows Senior Community is currently looking for STNA’s for second shift at our extended care and assisted living facility. If you would enjoy working in a family-oriented environment and providing exceptional care to our residents, please visit the “Careers” page at springmeadowsecf.com and fill out the online application or call Roxanne at 419-866-6124 . Spring Meadows Senior Community offers competitive wages, 401k benefits, health insurance and Paid Vacation.Click to read more >
Many Thanks to our Volunteers!
Thank you all our amazing volunteers! Our facility wouldn’t be the same without you. Area church members donate their time others donate craft items and magazines. We have volunteers who do one-on-one visits with residents, help with activities and even attend outings. There are volunteers who donate baskets to our veterans. We have staff that put in their time to make and donate cakes for the birthday party. Volunteers help by cleaning the bingo chips, donating items for penny pitch, helping residents during activities or playing cards with the residents. We have people who donate their time to bring theirClick to read more >
Spring Meadows Receives Deficiency Free Survey
Spring Meadows Extended Care Facility recently received a Deficiency Free Survey from the State of Ohio. The Office of Health Assurance and Licensing, Bureau of Long Term Care is responsible for conducting on-site inspections/surveys of nursing homes/facilities for compliance with state and federal rules and regulations. Each nursing home/facility in Ohio receives at least one unannounced inspection/survey during a 9- to 15-month inspection/survey cycle. During these surveys, all aspects of care and services are evaluated based on state and federal laws and rules. Spring Meadows annual survey was conducted from June 27-30. There was a team of five registered nurses that reviewed QualityClick to read more >
Employee of the Month
Julie Egan is a first shift STNA in our 200 hall. Julie has been working for Spring Meadow for sevenClick to read more >