Life is filled with an array of highs and lows, successes and disappointments, happiness and sadness.
Each week, Life Care President Beecher Hunter shares a message of hope, encouragement, and celebration of our blessings to those in the Life Care family and for the public at large.
The themes emphasize that true joy arises from obedience to God and is best measured through service to others.
A fall at home left Carl Bradley with a broken arm and a need for rehabilitation.
On June 7, 2017, Bradley came to Life Care Center of Omaha, Nebraska, for help in his recovery. When he arrived, he needed extensive assistance with cognition and bathing; moderate assistance with hygiene, getting dressed and swallowing...
When Joseph Smothers arrived at Life Care Center of Omaha, Nebraska, on Dec. 2, 2016, he needed help to walk, get in and out of bed, take care of his daily grooming tasks and get dressed.
Smothers was battling a host of health care issues, including end-stage renal disease, diabetes and high blood pressure, but what brought him to the skilled nursing and rehab center was an antibiotic-resistant infection in his bloodstream....
In a quiet spot at 60th and Laurel, Life Care Center of Omaha offers skilled rehabilitation and care for people facing many different health conditions....
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On March 10, 2017, Sybil Churchill celebrated her 102nd birthday at Life Care Center of Omaha, Nebraska, where she resides. The facility held a traditional cake and ice cream party for Churchill and her family and friends.
Churchill was born in Laclede County, Missouri, while World War I was raging in Europe....
Doris Ray, dietary aide at Life Care Center of Omaha, Nebraska, encourages residents to come to the dining room for meals with an innovative idea. She has a weekly contest for residents who dine there to guess how many candies are in a dish. Whoever is the closest gets the candy in the dish for that week.
By Becca Mann, World-Herald staff writer
Originally titled “Part of Omaha’s Lake Street renamed after civil rights trailblazer” and published in the Omaha World-Herald on Feb. 17, 2017. Reprinted with permission.
Founding the Great Plains Black History Museum, serving as the museum’s director and curator, organizing outreach efforts across the state and participating in civil rights movement protests in Omaha....
Life Care Center of Omaha, Nebraska, celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day annually with a celebration of black history and the presentation of its Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award.
The award honors an individual or organization connected to the facility that has impacted lives in the community.