Volunteers Needed!

Volunteering yourself, you special talents, is exactly what Spring Meadows Senior Community is looking for. We are a facility with many interesting residents and would like for you to join our team. Whether you play cards, draw or paint, walk, sing, play an instrument, exercise or tell a good story over a cup of coffee, we would love for you to consider sharing your talents with us. For more information, contact Lindsay Schmidutz, Activities Director, in person or call 419-861-6689.  We promise a rewarding experience in our facility with our extraordinary residents.

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Robbyn Strouse Is New Marketing Director/Admissions Coordinator

Robbyn Strouse has joined the Spring Meadow Senior Community family as Marketing Director/Admissions Coordinator.  A native of Blissfield, Michigan, Robbyn graduated from Davis College and Blissfield High School. Robbyn has 23 years in the long-term care field serving in various capacities. She enjoys talking to the residents' families and the residents and hearing their stories, especially from the veterans. She and her husband, Bill, reside in Blissfield and have four children -- two in college and two in high school.  

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Weldon Shively To Celebrate 102nd Birthday in November

Imagine the changes that have occurred in the world in the past 100 years? Spring Meadow Senior Community resident Weldon Shively has lived through all those changes and he celebrates his 102nd birthday on November 3, 2015. Weldon was born in 1913 near Fremont, Ohio, and spent most of his childhood in the Fremont/Lindsey area. Weldon’s father was a farmer and he learned much about hard work in those early days. “We used to milk the cows before school in the morning,” he said. “ We would do disking and dragging in the field by using horses.” Weldon attended Boyer School, a

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A Thank You From Our Partner Betco

We recently received this thank you note from our partner Betco on our help with a project. "Thank you so much for your help with our long-term care market video shoot.  Your facility is a perfect example of a well-run, maintained and caring community.   The passion and expertise shown during the video was inspiring. Please do not hesitate to reach out if we can ever be of help.  Thank you again!"  

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Theresa Martinez Named Director of Nursing

Theresa Martinez was recently selected as the Director of Nursing at Spring Meadow Senior Community. With more than 39 years of nursing experience, Theresa has spent a good portion of her career working in long-term care.  She is certified as a registered nurse, resident assessment coordinator and certified dementia practitioner. New to the Spring Meadow family, Theresa became a nursing assistant at age 16. “Mom said I would be a good nurse someday.  I took care of pet injuries and illnesses.  When I turned 16, she drove me to all the local nursing homes to apply.  I guess she was right.  I absolutely love it.” Theresa gained

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Spring Meadow Expands Its Person Centered Care

Spring Meadow Senior Community continues to expand its focus on  Person Centered Care or PCC.   In-service trainings took place  in late May to inform the staff of this transition. PCC is a culture change from Residents conforming to a facility's schedule to now the facility conforming to the Residents' schedule. Residents and/or families in the 300 hall have already filled out questionnaires providing information to start planning the transition soon for that hall first. During the in-service, this question was put forward to team members,  “Would you want to be asked what you want to do or told what to do?” 

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Spring Meadow Receives Quality Care Award

HOLLAND—Spring Meadow Senior Community has been recognized as a 2015 recipient of the Bronze – Commitment to Quality Award for its dedication to improving the lives of residents through quality care. The award is the first of three distinctions possible through the National Quality Award Program, presented by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL). The program honors centers across the nation that have demonstrated their commitment to improving quality care for senior and individuals with disabilities. “It is a great honor to be recognized by AHCA/NCAL with a National Quality Award,” said Phil Whitker,

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OHCA Recognizes Spring Meadows As One of Top 10 Facilities in State

HOLLAND—The Ohio Health Care Association (OHCA) has recognized Spring Meadow Senior Community one of the Top 10 facilities in the association, based on results of an Ohio Department of Aging bi-annual Family Satisfaction Survey just released. OHCA represents more than 750 nursing homes throughout the state of Ohio. Spring Meadow received a 93.1% satisfaction score from residents’ family members. That 93.1% rating placed Spring Meadows Senior Community in the Top 10 of Ohio of OHCA facilities and in the top 25 of all nursing facilities in Ohio. Astor House, the assisted living facility in Spring Meadows Senior Community, received a 95%

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Employee of the Month

Sharelle Perkins

This month we are honoring Sharelle Perkins. Sharelle has been an STNA at Spring Meadows since March of 2015. She

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Upcoming Events

February 14, 2016

10 a.m. Word of God

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February 15, 2016

9:30 a.m. Activity Cart Room

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