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What’s the best way to get know a person? A manicure, of course!

Our new chaplain, Bob Schaffer, gave our residents manicures as a way of introducing himself to the Spring City Care family. Bob has already impacted our community through his work with residents, staff and volunteers.

He is working with our Jug Band and, hopefully, we will be back on the road before long. 

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View the SHC 2014 Year In Review

Expansion. Adaptation. Innovation.

These words, in many ways, defined 2014 for Signature HealthCARE. The Revolution brought our total number of locations to 125. We welcomed new centers to the family and took pivotal steps to position SHC as an integrated care network capable of meeting health care needs across the full spectrum of care. We expanded into new business lines while continuing to enhance and invest in existing service offerings.

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Happy New Year! From our residents to all of you, may God bless you in 2015!

Check out the photos from the welcome party we had for our new Spring City Care Chaplain, Bob Shafer on January 5th, 2015.

The staff of Spring City Care and Rehab enjoyed a day of good eating to celebrate the season. Our administrator dressed as Santa’s helper top help spread some cheer.

Spring City Care and Rehabilitation Center participated in the Christmas Parade on Dec. 13, 2014, and won second place with their float presentation of “What does Christmas mean to me?” Residents were able to ride in the float.

Spring City Care and Rehab at dinner at a Japanese restaurant called Icabon.  They watched the chef prepare and cook all of their dishes right at the table. Everyone enjoyed the meal and the trip!

 

A line dancing group came to dance for the residents at Spring City Care and Rehabilitation Center on December 13.  They did a fantastic job, and the residents enjoyed the music and dancing.  One resident told them they were very good!  They also brought goodies for them to enjoy.

Spring City Care and Rehab not only went to see trees and wreaths that were made and donated to sell at the Spring City Annex, but also participated by donating a tree as well.  They also got to vote on the best looking tree and wreath, and from the children’s display voted by casting dimes in their buckets by the tree the children had decorated.

They enjoyed visiting and looking at not only the trees and wreaths, but a big train exhibit that had been set up.  They sat trying to find something missing but someone always found the item in this big project whether it be a water tank, the football field with players, or many other things.  We enjoyed the visit.

Spring City Care and Rehab honored its 17 veterans on Veterans Day with a program brought to them by Clyde Fitzgerald.  They were presented with a certificate of service and were served refreshments.