Our April issue of Hellenic Mishawaka Times includes articles from our corporate office, a letter from our administrator, Lori A. Smith, April resident birthdays, a welcome to new residents and staff, a thank you to Busy Hands of Michiana that supports our residents in so many ways, recipes, word search, horoscopes, and pictures of the celebration for our second COVID 19 vaccine. Click the image to read more.
This month’s newsletter features articles and photos from our corporate office and community. Click the image to read more.
Our January issue of Hellenic Mishawaka Times includes articles from our corporate office, a very important letter from our director on COVID vaccines, resident birthdays, recipes, puzzles, and pictures of residents in the Christmas Spirit, and Bingo.
Our November issue of Hellenic Mishawaka Times includes articles from our corporate office, photos from our drive-thru Trunk or Treat Event, residents birthday announcement and celebration date, a how-to on staying connected with Caremerge and safe practices to staying healthy by maintaining social distancing and wearing a mask. Click the image to read more.
Our October issue of Hellenic Mishawaka Times includes articles from our corporate office, information and photos from National Assisted Living Week 2020, new employees, a how-to on how to stay connected with Caremerge. You’ll also find pictures of our residents and a flyer for our drive-thru Trunk or Treat Halloween event. Click the image to read more.
Now open, Hellenic Senior Living of Mishawaka recently held a VIP Preview Party and Ribbon Cutting event.
September’s newsletter showcases pictures of our beautiful brand new building. You will also meet our management team along with photos of them. Most exciting we got our very first resident, how exciting! Click on the picture to read more!
Hellenic Senior Living at Mishawaka, an affordable assisted living community, will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony in early August. The celebration will give guests their first look at the multimillion-dollar development designed to serve seniors of all incomes who need some assistance to maintain their independence.
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.
In addition to proper handwashing and avoiding spreading germs, one of the most important things we can all do is practice social distancing.