The Nathaniel Witherell Blog

Staying Vigilant is Important, Here’s Why

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

As we continue to follow stay at home orders that include restricting visitors at The Nathaniel Witherell, it’s easy to get frustrated with the lack of connection to loved ones. But, it’s important to remember that this inconvenience is not only temporary, it’s critical to the health and well-being of everyone at the Witherell. According…

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Thank You to Our Greenwich Neighbors!

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

The Witherell, like all skilled nursing facilities across the country, has been challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic. Keeping our residents and staff healthy has been our focus 24/7, even before the current health crisis but even more since. We are endlessly grateful to our dedicated staff who are pouring all their energy into the work…

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Together, Apart at the Witherell

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Visitors and volunteers are a big part of life at the Witherell. Since we’ve had to restrict both during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve gotten creative. The good news is that our therapeutic recreation staff, social workers and chaplaincy have risen to the occasion.  We’ve implemented many unique opportunities to offer (safe) interaction and activity for…

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Staying Connected and Engaged at the Witherell

Healthy Living | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Besides all the steps we’ve taken to keep Witherell residents healthy during the COVID-19 emergency, our social workers, therapeutic recreation staff, and volunteer director have stepped up to the plate and are pouring their hearts into creating new routines and engaging activities for our residents. “Our dedicated therapeutic recreation staff is continuing to provide mentally…

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When Caregivers Also Need to Take Care

Caregivers | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Caring for our families comes naturally. So, it’s no surprise to note that about 34.2 million Americans provided unpaid care to an adult age 50+ in the last year, according to the Family Caregiver Alliance. “It’s wonderful to care for someone who once cared for you. But, caregivers should also know the challenges of caregiving,…

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