skilled nursing

A Greenwich Treasure Makes His Home at the Witherell

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

If you grew up in Greenwich, chances are you’ve sat in Tony Sciarrillo’s chair at Tony’s Barber Shop, where for 68 years, the shop was a fixture in Chickahominy. It’s where Greenwich guys headed for a shave or a haircut. It’s also where they brought their sons for their first cut. It’s where Tony held court….

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Welcome! Edward Omondi Joins The Witherell as Director of Nursing

About Us | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Please join us in welcoming Edward Omondi as the Witherell’s new Director of Nursing! The quality, compassion, and attentiveness of our nursing staff is a point of pride. With Ed on board, our 200+ nursing managers, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and certified nursing assistants will benefit from his leadership experience and extensive background in…

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A Fond Farewell to Two Nathaniel Witherell Icons!

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Saying “goodbye” is never easy. But saying goodbye to two treasured colleagues – Lynn Bausch, RN, our director of nursing, and Mary Bruce, therapeutic recreation director, is even more challenging. Over a combined 70+ years, the two have inspired excellence and shaped our culture in the most amazing and far-reaching ways. In her 32 years…

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Share Holiday Magic With A Loved One In Skilled Nursing

Caregivers | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

The holidays are a time for families to come together and celebrate. But what about when a grandparent or parent has transitioned to a skilled nursing facility? When the dynamic changes, those cherished family traditions will change, too. But with planning and thought, and with the help of skilled nursing support teams, the elderly can…

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Cockatiels, Church, and More: The Important Role of Therapeutic Recreation

Healthy Aging | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Bingo and bridge, live musical performances and plays, puzzle making and handcrafts—activities that may seem to be nothing more than pleasant hobbies in senior living actually serve an important function. Robust recreation programs are an important tool to promote the health and well being of elderly residents. Studies have shown that stimulating the brain helps…

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