“A love story never ends.” Since it is sweetheart’s month, the Activities Director at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center decided to do a special little project for the residents and families. Thank you to all the families who have sent pictures in of their resident’s Valentine. Everyone has enjoyed looking at all these sweet pictures.
What better way to celebrate Super Bowl 54 than with a party and some snacks. Residents had a great time talking sports and eating delicious food. Many took fun bets on who would be the champs.
January 19 – 25 is National Activity Professional’s Week. Everyone at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center want to thank their wonderful Activity Director, Becky Meadows, for all she does for the residents. The residents sure do think the world of her and so does the staff. Thank you, Becky!
Last week was National Maintenance Supervisor Appreciation Day. Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center wants to recognize and say thank you to their maintenance supervisor, Mike Moses. Thank you for all you do for the residents, staff, and facility.
January 14 was “National Dress Up Your Pet Day”, so staff and residents at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center wanted to look back at some of Bella’s cute styles. She’s such a good sport.
Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center received the AHCA Quality Initiative Recognition certificate of achievement for their quality initiative goals. Everyone is so proud and honored to be able to help improve the lives of the residents.
The countdown is on for 2020. The residents and staff at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center kicked off New Year’s Eve the best way they know how — with a party. Happy New Year from all at the facility and hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday.
Ladies and Gentlemen, there has been a miracle on North 11th Street. Elvis made a visit to entertain the residents at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center with some Christmas cheer. Word spread quickly for his “sold out” “standing room only” show and Williamsburg Mayor, Roddy Harrison, had to come check it out for himself. After…
Santa Claus made a special visit for employees and their children at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center. The kids also got a chance to create some amazing designs on sugar cookies and then eat them. Perfect night for the family to be with one another.
If you are looking for Christmas spirit, look no further than Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center. The residents and staff were delighted to act out the Nativity story. Special thank you to Mrs. Joy Ball, Mrs. Alecia Stephens, and Miss Palace Stephens for providing the beautiful music for the play. Merry Christmas to all.