Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center wanted to say thank you to Riverside Produce of Williamsburg for donating fresh fruit trays to the dedicated 3rd shift staff. They often go un-seen, but they are doing their part to care for loved ones.
To round out the week of colors, residents and staff donned their best blue shirts in support of the wonderful state of Kentucky. They sure do love their state.
Staff and residents at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center wore orange in support of Williamsburg Independent School. They love their yellow jackets.
Staff and residents at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center wore yellow to add a little “extra sunshine” to the day. The residents enjoyed playing Hallway Nerf Blackjack (thanks for taking a few stray darts therapy department). Then, everyone capped off their evening with a door-to-door Lemonade services bringing freshly made frozen Lemonade.
Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center is continuing their “themed week”. Residents and staff enjoy participating in the fun in an effort to make the most out of a rough time in the world. This week, the theme has to do with colors that each hold purpose. Tuesday was “wear red day” to show their support…
Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center residents and staff wore green to honor those who have lost their battle with COVID-19. Activities Director, Becky Meadows, assisted with 1:1 hat decorating and 360Care provided the second shift staff with a pizza “pick me up”. Thank you to all who have supported the staff and residents during this…
The Easter Bunny was dubbed “essential” by the Governor, so it hopped down the halls of Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center handing out treats to the residents. Everyone had a good laugh and a great time getting gifts.
The theme for Thursday was ‘Tribute to Patriots.’ Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center’s residents and staff sported their red, white, and blue to show their support for this great country. God bless all.
How could Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center top wacky tourist day? With Crazy Hat Day! Both residents and staff took part in this fun day and brought out some interesting hats. Everyone enjoyed seeing all the creativity and had some good laughs.
Alexa, play “Don’t Worry, Be Happy.” Residents and staff at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center dressed as Tacky Tourists and pretty sure the outfits lived up to that. Although they can’t technically be “tacky tourists,” there’s nothing wrong with imagining yourself on vacation anyway.