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Halloween and COVID-19: How to Celebrate Safely This Year

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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we think about many aspects of our lives. That includes how we celebrate traditional occasions such as Halloween. The priority today is safety first!

Since many of the communities in our area are allowing parents to decide whether or not their children can participate in Halloween night, it is important to know how to participate safely.

How Our RenewAll Short-Term Rehabilitation Supports Successful Recoveries

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It’s National Rehabilitation Week, and here at Saunders House, we’re celebrating being named Best Short-Term Rehabilitation in the area for five consecutive years.

How Vision Loss Affects a Senior's Quality of Life

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“August is National Eye Exam Month and the perfect time for seniors to schedule a comprehensive vision examination,” says Stacey Houseknecht, NHA, CTRS, Administrator at Saunders House in Wynnewood, PA.

“The majority of older adults wear prescription glasses for proper vision. And an up-to-date prescription that meets their vision needs is an important way of keeping them safe and maintaining their enjoyment of life.

How Occupational Therapy in Short-Term Rehabilitation Can Aid in a Senior’s Recovery

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The summer months are the perfect time for active seniors to learn about the many benefits of occupational therapy. Health experts agree that occupational therapy – as part of a licensed short-term rehabilitation (STR) program – can help seniors to achieve a faster and more successful recovery after surgery, illness or injury, while also increasing their confidence and outlook on life.

How to Support a Senior Loved One During Social Distancing

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As we all know, social distancing is an essential public health measure designed to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus. Although necessary, social distancing has changed our lives and created difficulties for all of us. However, no members of society have had to deal with more challenges than our vulnerable senior population.

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