GoFundMe for our CNA, Alexis

One of our CNAs, Alexis, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Alexis is a great worker and we miss her very much! Below is a GoFundMe link if you would like to donate to Alexis’s cause.

GoFundMe for Alexis

Seniors and Easter Blog, March 2016

This Easter season, celebrate traditions and new life with seniors

CIMG1380As one of the leading assisted living facilities in Green Bay, Autumn’s Promise ensures residents have every opportunity to enjoy life to the fullest

Regardless of religious beliefs, the Easter season is a great time to embrace the new life and rebirth that comes this time of year. It’s also the perfect opportunity to reconnect with family and friends and to observe Easter traditions. At Autumn’s Promise, we know how important it is for our residents to continue living the life they loved before requiring professional care, so we do everything possible to assist.

Autumn’s Promise always has a variety of on-site activities planned, from games and dance lessons to painting classes. Spring and Easter-themed crafts are always a hit with residents.

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As you prepare to celebrate Easter, there are many ways to incorporate a senior loved one in the festivities, including:

  • Color or decorate eggs. Seniors can participate in Easter egg decorating by coloring designs on hardboiled eggs or adding stickers to plastic eggs.
  • Make crafts or bake. Online resources like Pinterest are bursting with ideas on easy spring-inspired projects to make. Pick up the supplies and spend time crafting together. Or, celebrate the season by baking and decorating Easter cookies.
  • Pick up or plant flowers. Buy an Easter lily for a senior to put on display or plant flowers together to mark the beginning of spring.
  • Host a gathering. Keep with traditions and host a holiday brunch. Surprise your loved one with his or her favorite dish.
  • Listen to stories of the past. Invite an aging adult to reminisce about past Easters and welcome the new season together.

With Easter comes the promise of warmer temperatures. After months inside, seniors are just as anxious to get outdoors. Autumn’s Promise is set in a tranquil neighborhood, so as the weather warms residents are welcome to take a walk outside or to enjoy the lovely view from the patio.

Come check out our beautiful surroundings and meet our Autumn’s Promise team who are committed to quality care and to make sure every resident feels at home. Call us today at 920-465-1181 to schedule a schedule a free tour.

February 2016 Newsletter, Autumn’s Promise Assisted Living Center

February 2016

AUTUMN’S PROMISE ASSISTED LIVING MISSION STATEMENT

Autumn’s Promise Assisted Living places our highest priority in acknowledging and appreciating the resident as an individual. We recognize that each resident values their own routines and lifestyles. We wish to supplement and enrich their lives through providing the services and assistance the senior needs to remain as independent as possible. We pledge to provide dignity, protect privacy and ensure a safe, secure environment. We will remain steadfast in our efforts to provide the services to meet each resident’s current needs and will offer flexibility in meeting needs of the future. We strive to build trusting, personal relationships with both residents and their families. We acknowledge the unique opportunity of being included in the process of helping seniors and their family members make important and sensitive decisions. We are committed to providing an environment where families feel comfortable and informed about their loved one’s daily lives and healthcare on a on-going basis. We are proud to provide highest quality health and daily living care. We are committed to the employment of caring and specially trained staff. We will not only perform to the standard of residential care, but will be progressive and conscientious in our commitment to excellence. We will foster a working environment where staff feel valued for the knowledge and expertise they bring to our community. The Autumn’s Promise community will make every effort to ensure that each adult residing with us enjoys life to it’s fullest. We will provide continuously maintained and updated amenities. We will feature high quality furnishings and handsomely decorated interior that will cultivate a cozy and comfortable atmosphere for all. Our commitment to excellence will be evident in the delectability and variety provided in each dining experience. We will feature flexibility of schedule, choice of nutritious food preferences and hospitable “restaurant” like service. Our activity and enrichment program will be tailored to the special and varied interests of our residents. We are dedicated to providing opportunities to enrich and stimulate the knowledge, wisdom, spirituality and joy of each individual.


 

Happy Birthday!


Eileen Hamacheck—February 4

Dorothy Johnson—February 23

Jessie Davison—February 24

 

Upcoming Events

February 17th— Family Dessert Buffet Party @ 6:30-8pm RSVP by Feb. 15th

 

Activities at Autumn’s Promise

Physical… We continue to begin each weekday with a variety of fun types of exercise! Kickball, Chair Aerobics, Basketball, Parachute strength class, laughing yoga and Thera-bands… all good ways to start the day!
Spiritual… Catholic Rosary and Communion with Connie are held on Thursdays at 11:15pm in the Theater Room. Lutheran Worship Service with Vicar Nathan is held every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 2pm in the Great Room, by the piano. All are welcome to attend!
Social… Happy Hour is every Wednesday at 3pm! Don’t miss the opportunity to meet new people, time to talk with current friends and some fun new seasonal cocktails! The first and third Tuesday is donut day and provides a nice opportunity to socialize and choose our menus. Family Dessert Buffet Party on February 17, 2016 at 6:30pm.
Emotional… Reminisce activities this month include the topics: “First Kiss and First Date”. Residents will make Valentine’s Cards for loved ones and Tie blankets for the Child Advocacy Center.
Intellectual… Residents will be discussing current events and the primary elec-tion. We will be holding a “winter word” Spelling Bee on February 29th.
Cognitive… Word games and puzzle continue to keep our brains active! We con-tinue to read Chicken Soup for the Soul which brings laughter and tears to our group.
Environmental… Door Sign decorating and making winter décor. We are trying our skills at painting and fancy cookie decorating this month. Check out our cookies at the dessert party!
Leisure… There is always a puzzle on the table outside of the activity room and all are welcome to contribute. We will enjoy a virtual tour to the Houston zoo and to visit our most famous United States Monuments.


 

This Months Silver Star: Ruth Friex

 

Autumn’s Promise Resident Spotlight Interview

1. What is your Name? Noel (Pete) Safford

2. If you could have picked your own name what would it have been? Pete

3. What is your favorite thing to cook? Fudge

4. What did you want to be when you were growing up? Architect

5. What is/was your favorite superhero or cartoon character? The 3 Stooges

6. What is your fondest memory from your childhood? YMCA Camp

7. What was your favorite subject in school? Arithmetic

8. What was your most exciting trip? Tahiti

9. Where is your family from? England

10.Do you hold a special skill? No

A FEW OF MY FAVORITE THINGS:

Place: Seroogy’s

Game: Football

Candy: Chocolate

Time of the year: Winter

Animal: Dog

Plant: Tulips

Memory books celebrate life and preserve the past

Autumn’s Promise, one of Green Bay’s top assisted living facilities, helps residents create books to record memories and leave a legacy

Memory books are an excellent way for seniors to document their memories and for families to get a window into their loved one’s lifetime of experiences.

Memory books are typically constructed in nice, quality notebooks. The books are filled with written recollections and printed photographs, from early childhood to the present day. Many people like to include memories of historic events, traditions and favorite hobbies as well as perspectives on life.

At Autumn’s Promise, we work with residents on special books called Memories for My Grandchild. This 90-page book allows residents to showcase their family tree, memories from their childhood and teenage years and much more. We find when residents recall their life stories, communication improves and they become engaged. As an assisted living facility, we’re able to honor a resident’s life and provide a positive diversion.

To get started, collect background information—name, date and place of birth, schools attended, wedding date and birth dates of children. Then, begin asking questions. These could include:

  • What was your favorite childhood memory?
  • What do you remember most about your hometown?
  • Did you enjoy school?
  • What was your first job?
  • When and where did you meet your spouse?
  • Do you remember buying your first home?
  • How did you feel when you held your first child? Grandchild?
  • What was the most significant historical event in your lifetime?
  • What do you see as your best qualities?
  • What has been your greatest accomplishment?
  • Describe any special family traditions.
  • What advice do you have for future generations?

Jot down the responses in the first person point of view. Take time and care in creating the memory book, after all, the contents come from decades of experiences.

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The finished memory books are sure to be a cherished keepsake for residents and their families.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Autumn’s Promise, a luxurious assisted living facilities in Northeast Wisconsin, provides residents with every opportunity to enjoy life to the fullest. The staff offers the support and assistance each resident needs while allowing them to remain as independent as possible. Call Autumn’s Promise today at 920-465-1181 to find out more or to schedule a free tour.

 

 

Spread holiday cheer: Celebrate with seniors

At Autumn’s Promise, one of the top assisted living facilities in Green Bay, we host a variety of festivities to get residents in the holiday spirit

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The holidays are a magical time—loved ones gather to celebrate the season and reminisce of years past. But, for some seniors, the holidays bring a feeling of isolation and loneliness. Christmas often stirs up memories of friends or cozy fireplace with holiday decorations in assisted livingfamily lost. It’s also more difficult for them to attend or host parties as they had years ago. At Autumn’s Promise, we bring the holiday fun to our residents with socials, carolers, crafts, movies and more.

In December, Autumn’s Promise likes to hold holiday-themed happy hours with specialty drinks, including RumChata hot chocolate, as well as offer hot chocolate and apple cider socials. Music helps get residents in a seasonal mood so carolers will stop by to sing Christmas favorites. Crafts keep hands busy and offer a perfect opportunity for residents to share cherished memories.

 

Christmas wreath and piano music for seniorsAs you plan out your holidays this year, there are plenty of ways for you to include and inspire elders, including:

  • Decorate their home or room. Pull out treasured ornaments and set up a small tree—watch as their eyes light up.
  • Bring baked goods to savor and share. Baking can be difficult for seniors, so deliver traditional Christmas treats for them to enjoy or share with friends and visitors.
  • Create a CD of holiday music. Ask your loved one his or her favorite tunes and put together a custom CD.
  • Spend time together. Sometimes all seniors are looking for this time of year is companionship. Listen to their stories. Include them in your festivities—attending a children’s holiday program, driving around to admire Christmas lights or eating Christmas Eve dinner.
  • Bring out photos. Look at old photos and walk down memory lane with them. Display favorites for seniors to admire when they are alone.

We understand there are times when you can’t be with an aging loved one but you want to be sure they are happy. Autumn’s Promise not only meets residents’ care needs, but also offers a fun-loving, comfortable environment to help them catch the holiday spirit. Call us today at 920-465-1181 to find out more or to schedule a free tour.

Improve memory function and find inspiration with music

At Autumn’s Promise, a family-owned and operated assisted living facility in Green Bay, we believe playing music provides many benefits to residents

woman listening to music with headphonesMusic is powerful—it has the ability to take the listener back in time and stir up memories and feelings of the past. At Autumn’s Promise, we play music to stimulate the brain and help improve memory, as well as to provide comfort to our residents.

Our seniors enjoy the many benefits of listening to music while participating in various activities. Music encourages movement—from dancing or walking to toe tapping. And, the part of the brain that processes what’s being heard also controls motor function. By playing music while exercising, the muscles and brain are both getting a workout.

Music also stirs up deep feelings. Our team of caregivers utilize music to make memories come alive. Songs are stored in the part of the brain that is last to be touched by Alzheimer’s, so even residents far on their journey with dementia can recall a melody. We find seniors like to remember experiences from their youth so we select popular performers from their generation and play music from when residents were in their teens, 20s and 30s.

Finally, we turn music on for residents when they feel anxious or agitated. We know the sounds and rhythm of music are calming, especially as seniors approach the end of life.

The staff at Autumn’s Promise work around the clock to help residents live a meaningful, fulfilling life. We are happy to help evoke positive memories and touch the hearts of our residents through thoughtful music selection.

Autumn’s Promise, one of the top assisted living facilities in Northeast Wisconsin, provides the comforts of home with the level of care residents need. The staff is known for having compassion for people and a love of fun. Call Autumn’s Promise today at 920-465-1181 to find out more or to schedule a free tour.

November 2015 Newsletter, Autumn’s Promise Assisted Living Center

November 2015

Autumn's Promise Assisted LivingA legacy of Love!
The best selling children’s book “Love You Forever”, by Rober Munsch is a favorite that I have read to my children many times. It’s a story about a Mother’s continual and unconditional love for her son through all of the challenging and frustrating stages of childhood, adolescence and into manhood. Every night, she takes him in her arms, she rocks him and sings “I’ll love your forever, I’ll like you for always, as long as I’m living, my baby you’ll be”. A perfect example of unconditional love. The Mother eventually becomes too old and too sick to carry on. The son, in his turn, takes her in his arms, rocks her and sings, “I’ll love you forever, I’ll like you for always, as long as I’m living, my Mother you’ll be”. The book ends with the Son rocking his brand new baby and singing those same beautiful words…. the unconditional love song. The unconditional love shown to the child proves worthy, as the child becomes the caregiver. Love is shown in patience, respect, encouragement, acts of dignity, time, acceptance, touch and tenderness. May unconditional love be your legacy!


 

Happy Birthday!

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Marry Ann Tallett – November 3rd
Pete Safford – November 5th

 

Upcoming Events

November 18th– 3rd Annual Family Thanksgiving Dinner at Noon RSVP required!

Activities at Autumn’s Promise

Physical… We continue to begin each weekday with a variety of fun types of exercise! Kickball, Chair Aerobics, Balloon Toss, Parachute strength class, laughing yoga and Thera-bands… all good ways to start the day!
Spiritual…Catholic Rosary and Communion with Connie are held on Thursdays at 11:15pm in the Theater Room. Lutheran Worship Service with Vicar Nathan is held every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 2pm in the Great Room, by the piano. All are welcome to attend!
Social… Happy Hour is every Wednesday at 3pm! Don’t miss the opportunity to meet new people, time to talk with current friends and some fun new seasonal cocktails! The big event for November is the “3rd Annual Family Thanksgiving Dinner” on Wednesday November 18th and Noon. RSVP’s are required for all friends and family who wish to attend.
Emotional… Reminisce activities this month include the topics: “Thanksgiving Family Traditions”, “Christmas Tree decorating of yesterday and today” and listening to Holiday music!
Intellectual… The Presidential Primary Elections is coming to a head. We will be discussing the candidates, their platforms and their potential to win the upcoming Presidential Election! For the History Buffs among us… we are showing a documentary on November 29th at 3pm about the making of “The Brooklyn Bridge”.
Cognitive… Book club continues to meet weekly in the Theater Room. The group is reading short stories from Chicken Soup for the Soul with post reading discussion. New members are always welcome! This month we will have both a Spelling Bee and a Math Quiz to challenge our brains!
Environmental… Blanket tying continues to be a weekly event. In addition, this month we will be making homemade Dog Treats! Stop by and get a bag for your special pet!
Leisure… Movies! A mix of New and Old. Along with a couple of new releases, look for old favorites such as “Tru Grit”, “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “A Christmas Story”. A special presentation of “Brett Favre”, the documentary, will be shown on Thanksgiving Day before the big game and the #4 Jersey Retirement Ceremony!


SILVER STAR SPOTLIGHT: LORRAINE SIMON

1. What is your Name? Lorraine Simon
2. If you could have picked your own name what would it have been? Lorraine
3. What is your favorite thing to cook? Fried Chicken
4. What did you want to be when you were growing up? Office Management
5. What is/was your favorite superhero or cartoon character? Lassie
6. What is your fondest memory from your childhood? Spending quality time with Grandma Butner
7. What was your favorite subject in school? Language Arts
8. What was your most exciting trip? Hawaii
9. Where is your family from? Gleason
10. Do you hold a special skill? Being a Good Homemaker, Cooking, Sewing, Floral Arrangements

 

 

A FEW FAVORITES ABOUT YOURSELF:

Place: The Dance Hall
Game: Playing Cards
Candy: Dark Chocolate
Time of the year: Spring
Animal: Dogs
Plant: Rose
Quote: “It could always be worse”


 

 

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Thanksgiving Dinner Menu

Autumn’s Promise Family Thanksgiving Dinner
November 18, 2015 NOON
Please RSVP by November 13, 2015
920-465-118

Autumn’s Promise Thanksgiving Dinner Menu
Wednesday November 18, 2015

Entree
Oven Roasted Turkey

Accompaniments
Brown Sugar Sweet Potatoes
Old Fashion Bread Stuffing
Mashed Potatoes
Savory Gravy
Sweet and Sour Green Beans
Homemade Cranberry Sauce
Dinner Rolls

Sweet Breads
Pumpkin Cream Cheese Bread
Banana Bread

Dessert
Homemade Pumpkin Pie
Dutch Apple Pie

 

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March 2015 Newsletter, Autumn’s Promise Assisted Living Center

March 2015

file0001276650802Music and memories… I love music! I taught music in public schools for 16 years because I believe in the impact music has on the human spirit! I believe that we all love some type of music (or many) and that all of us attach important memories with certain songs.

I remember the song that was playing the first time I danced with a boy in 7th grade. Every time I hear “Is this Love?” by Whitesnake, I remember the feelings of first love and the scent of Stetson cologne. Take a minute and think about the songs that bring back thought of your firsts and other special moments and memories… This activity stimulates emotions and thoughts of memories placed deep inside our brains.

Older Adults have this same reaction to music that touches their hearts. If you have a few minutes please google the video “Alive Inside clip of Henry”. Wisconsin has piloted a program called “Music and Memories” in nursing homes across the state. I believe that this has much value in the assisted living setting too. We would like to be able to give Residents at Autumn’s Promise the opportunity to Remember, Listen, Share and Enjoy with the assistance of music.

We are asking for donations of used, and in working condition, Apple based music players. If you have any of these devices at home gathering dust or know anyone else who might, we would be most thankful for the donation. (Chargers are a plus!)

We are asking that Residents and their families fill out the attached music survey so that we can begin the journey of remembering the best parts of life with music!

With Much Joy!

-Nicole Silta

 


 

What’s New?!

 

Happy Birthday!

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03/04 Morgan, Dietary

 

 

Special Events-Mark Your Calendars!

April 8 @ 1030am: Music with Roger Walburn

Look Out! Be sure to check out your activity calendar for dates for Resident Council, Movie & Popcorn, Coffee & Donuts, Manicures, Exercises, Cocktail Hour…and for our favorite hobbies such as blanket ties, beading, baking, drawing, and crafts!

 


 

March

 Is the month of…

Irish American, Crafts, Frozen Food, Nutrition, Peanuts, Women’s History, Red Cross, Social Workers, American Diabetes, Brain Injury Awareness, Employee Spirit, Cerebral Palsy Awareness, Flowers

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Traditional Irish Meal March 17

Slow Clooked Corn Beef and Cabbage, Potatos & Rye Bread

Good Old Fashioned…Wisconsin Perch Fry March 27

Deep Fried Perch, Coleslaw, Baked Potato and Rye Bread

 

 


Support Group

Autumn’s Promise is inviting family members and friends of their loved ones to have the opportunity to share feelings, problems, ideas, and information with others experiencing the same situations.

Autumn’s Promise Support Group will be confidential. This will be a place to share and learn from the others about the different experiences with their loved one and the aging process. This group is designed to be informational about disease and care-giving, remind us we are not alone, encourage us not to forget our own health, talk each other through difficult times and of course, share memories good times.

When: March 20, 2015 @ 1:00 PM
Where: Autumns Promise

Risa Janowski,M.S., LPC, AACC, will be joining us with Samantha Eklund, Autumn’s Promise Activity and  Wellness Director.

February 2015 Newsletter, Autumn’s Promise Assisted Living Center

February 2015

Love is in the Air! Love for family, friends and fun!

 Thank you to all who attended the Holiday Party. All of our Residents had such a wonderful time and were so happy to have all of you with them to celebrate!

Residents have been very enthusiastic about activities, especially card games! Many Residents participated in activities this past month that they have never tried before or haven’t done for a long time.

We will celebrate a love for DESSERTS on February 18, which is definitely shared by all who live at Autumn’s Promise! See you there!

Happy Valentine’s Day!

 


 

What’s New?!

 

Happy Birthday!

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02/23 Dorothy
02/24 Jessie

 

 

Special Events-Mark Your Calendars!

February 5 @ 10:30am: Music with Roger Walburn

February 13 RSVP for Valentine Dessert Party

February 18 @ 6:30pm: Valentine Dessert Party
(RSVP are greatly appreciated!)

April 8 @ 10:30am: Music with Roger Walburn


 

Join Us!

Join us for our second annual…

DESSERT BUFFET PARTY!
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
6pm-8pm

Bring a dessert to share!
Bring the recipe!

We will put together a “Dessert Recipe Book” for everyone… of course, that will be after we have tasted all desserts in the book!

RSVP by February 13 is greatly appreciated!

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Activity Changes!

New Year! New Activities!

  • First & Third TUESDAY will be “doughnuts, coffee, and “Chicken Soup for the Soul” or we will listen to a Radio Mystery then Lutheran Service after lunch
  • Every OTHER WEDNESDAY will be Manicures
  • Every THURSDAY Afternoon & FRIDAY Morning our hair salon is open!
  • Every FRIDAY we will have cocktail hour!
  • Every SATURDAY afternoon we will have “History Cinema Saturday” with popcorn and soda
  • Every SUNDAY morning it is highly encouraged to gather around the fireplace and read the Sunday Newspaper!
  • Every SUNDAY afternoon we will either play episodes from “American Pickers” or “The Adventures of Puss in Boots”

 


 

February

 Is the month of…

Weddings, Creative Romance, Relationship Wellness, Mending Broken Hearts, Senior Independence, Black History, American Heart Association, Heart Healthy, & Cancer Prevention

 

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National Wear RED Day by the American Heart Association!

Friday, February 6, 2015

National Wear Red Day® — the first Friday each February — is our special day to bring attention to this staggering fact (it is not just a “man” disease; 1 of 3 women die of heart disease or stroke). We encourage everyone to wear red, raise their voices, know their cardiovascular risk and take action to live longer, healthier lives.
https://www.goredforwomen.org/wearredday/about/

 


 Support Group

Autumn’s Promise is inviting family members and friends of their loved ones to have the opportunity to share feelings, problems, ideas, and information with others experiencing the same situations.

Autumn’s Promise Support Group will be confidential. This will be a place to share and learn from the others about the different experiences with their loved one and the aging process. This group is designed to be informational about disease and care-giving, remind us we are not alone, encourage us not to forget our own health, talk each other through difficult times and of course, share memories good times.

When: February 20, 2015 @ 1:30 PM
Where: Autumns Promise

Risa Janowski,M.S., LPC, AACC, will be joining us with Samantha Eklund, Autumn’s Promise Activity and  Wellness Director.

January 2015 Newsletter, Autumn’s Promise Assisted Living Center

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Happy New Year from Autumn’s Promise!

On New Year’s Eve, we were entertained with a Holiday sing-a-long presented by pianist Tony Saldana. All enjoyed snacks, beverages and being with friends.

Friendship is one of the most enjoyable parts of life… no matter what your age. Friendship is also one of the best parts of living at Autumn’s Promise. Each Resident contributes to the positive and warm community that is felt immediately when a person enters our home! What a Blessing!

 


 

What’s New?!

Special Events-Mark Your Calendars!

January 13 @ 2:30pm: “Name that Musical with John”

January 28 @ 6:00pm: Autumn’s Promise Holiday Party

February 5 @ 1030am: Music with Roger Walburn

February 18 @ 6:30pm: Valentine Dessert Party

April 8 @ 1030am: Music with Roger Walburn

 


 

Activity Changes!

New Year! New Activities!

  • First & Third TUESDAY will be “doughnuts, coffee, and “Chicken Soup for the Soul” then Lutheran Service after lunch
  • Every OTHER WEDNESDAY will be Manicures; the OPPOSITE will be food tastings.
  • Every THURSDAY will be an activity with Wendy in the morning then rotation of Bingo and Movies
  • Every FRIDAY hair salon is open!
    Every OTHER FRIDAY will be “Breakfast with the Boys” (Our chef, Chris, will cook breakfast for our men while the ladies are getting their hair done!)
  • Every FRIDAY we will have cocktail hour!
  • Every SATURDAY afternoon we will have a movie and popcorn.

 


 

January

 Is the month of…

Blood Donor Month
Braille Literacy Month
Hobby Month
Hot Tea Month
Oatmeal Month
Soup Month

Go Pack Go!

11/09 @7:30pm: Packers VS Bears
11/16 @3:30pm Packers VS Eagles
11/23 @Noon: Packers @ Vikings
11/30 @3:25pm: Packers VS Patriots
The Game is Always Playing in the Great Room with Our Surround Sound in the Dining Room or in the Theater Room! We Don’t Miss A Game Here!

 


 Support Group

Autumn’s Promise is inviting family members and friends of their loved ones to have the opportunity to share feelings, problems, ideas, and information with others experiencing the same situations.

Autumn’s Promise Support Group will be confidential. This will be a place to share and learn from the others about the different experiences with their loved one and the aging process. This group is designed to be informational about disease and caregiving, remind us we are not alone, encourage us not to forget our own health, talk each other through difficult times and of course, share memories good times.

When: February ?
Where: Autumns Promise

Risa Janowski,M.S., LPC, AACC, will be joining us with Samantha Eklund, Autumn’s Promise Activity and  Wellness Director.