Posts in November 2000

Why Community Care Matters

About Us | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

The Nathaniel Witherell: Exceptional Care, Close to Home Since 1903 If you’re a Greenwich native, chances are you spent time at The Nathaniel Witherell, either to rehab, visit someone or to volunteer. Over the years, about 80% of our residents have had roots in Greenwich. We’re also the only municipally operated skilled nursing facility in…

read more

Save The Date: On February 28th, Support The Nathaniel Witherell!

Donations | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Fairfield County Giving Day is an annual 24-hour on-line fundraising event to support the work of local nonprofits like The Witherell. The Nathaniel Witherell is a community treasure! When living at home is no longer an option, Witherell is the place for Greenwich seniors to age with joy, grace, dignity, and compassion. We invite you…

read more

What Retirement? The Witherell is Buzzing with Activity!

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Some seniors dread retirement, envisioning unstructured days with not much to do. At the Witherell, our golden years are just that—a priceless time to pursue new activities and socialize with friends. Our robust monthly calendar of therapeutic recreation programs means that days are filled with fun and excitement. And, no two days are the same!…

read more

Visiting a Skilled Nursing Facility? Here’s What to Know

About Us | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Visitors are always welcome at the Nathaniel Witherell. Not a surprise, since the Witherell is home to many spunky, creative, dynamic seniors who love spending time with people and pets. That’s why we regularly roll out the red carpet and host events that involve family and friends. First-timers to our campus may not know what…

read more

Alzheimer’s Disease: A National Crisis That Requires Community Support

Alzheimer's | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

The good news for America’s baby boomers is that they’re living longer. In fact, the 65+ demographic will more than double over the next 40 years, according to recent reports. With longevity on the rise, also comes a rise in those with Alzheimer’s Disease, unfortunately. According to The Alzheimer’s Association, “one in three seniors dies…

read more