A few weeks ago, while beginning my work day at the office, a fellow employee came to my door and stated that the police were in our back parking lot questioning a man who had evidently weathered last night’s storm by hanging out under the bushes and the pavilion near our back door. It turns out that he had been recently plagued with a series of inconsistent housing challenges and was in a transient mode and passing through our town. Click to read more.
Maintaining self-discipline and resisting smaller rewards now in return for larger, more significant ones later, is a good path to take. Many people in today’s world that are considered as successful have reached that level by strict delays in overall gratifications… but at what price? Click to read more.
CEO Rod Burkett discusses vaccination statistics for our population of residents and staff members. Click to read more.
In October we will be enjoying all things Fall, and Owls are the theme of the month. Enjoy this month’s newsletter and read articles from our corporate office and our community. Click the image to read more.
Here at Glasswater Creek of Plainfield, we are choosing to focus on the positive rather than the negative of life during the Pandemic. Click the image to read more.
This month’s newsletter features articles and news from our corporate office, including details about Cataract Month and hand washing tips. You’ll also view photos from our community, especially some of a birthday that was celebrated in a unique and special way.
As of 4-16-20, we do not have any confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our building. Click to read more.
As we continue to learn more about the COVID-19 outbreak and how quickly it can spread, we have taken a number of precautions to keep residents safe. We have been and continue to be highly proactive in taking steps to help ensure the health and welfare of all residents and limiting possible exposure to COVID-19 or other viruses.
This month’s newsletter contains information about COVID-19 as well as some resident photos. Click the image to read more.
As we learn more about COVID-19 and the impact it has on older adults, we are taking a proactive approach to keeping our community safe. New precautions include self-isolation for residents, canceling all activities and group dining and restrictions on visitors and any residents who leave our building. Read more about what we are doing to keep residents safe and how you can help.