Communicating With Loved Ones During Social Distancing

— There is nothing as valuable as one-on-one time with the people you love. With the current social distancing guidelines, you may need to get creative with how to stay in contact. Fortunately, there are many options to see loved ones when you can’t be in the same room, including apps like Zoom, Skype, Facetime, and... Read More

Staff Appreciation

— April is reserved to acknowledge and honor our Receptionist (Sarah J), Business Office Manager (Linda T), Medical Records Director (Patricia P), and Human Resource Director (Sarah B) who work so diligently with the functions and the operations of the facility. We are taking this time to say thank you to the entire team. Our Receptionist... Read More

Letter From The Administrator

— Thank You to all my staff who are standing strong during these different/difficult time! You truly are showing the Server Attitude! I thank and greatly appreciate the volunteer staff who worked with our COVID-19 positive resident. You all are my Heroes! Psalm 91:9 – “The Lord is my refuge” Patricia Parker Administrator

Find Fulfillment in Volunteering

— Volunteering is an incredibly fulfilling activity and can give new meaning to our lives. Perhaps this is one of the reasons so many retirees find such great joy in volunteering. When we leave a career, we sometimes need to find a new focus or passion in life. Having a sense of meaning and purpose is... Read More

How to Train Your Memory by Playing Scrabble – Scrabble Day is April 13

— The mental workouts we receive from games such as Scrabble are effective tools in boosting the power of your brain. Besides being a game that requires strategy skills, Scrabble allows players with good memories to have a higher probability of winning the game. The key to receiving points and ultimately winning is to form words... Read More

Three Ways to Become a Super Person

— Have you seen the billboard with Christopher Reeve with the caption “Superman” underneath it? You might remember him for his timeless portrayal of Superman, but did you know after a life-changing accident, he led a tireless crusade on behalf of the disabled? Here are some of the qualities that made him so strong on and... Read More

Letter from the Administrator

— We live in a continual changing world. This current Coronavirus spread around the world has caused us to make some temporary changes in our visitation practices here at Canton Manor. We are dedicated to protecting your family member and committed to preventing this virus from entering our facility. As your facility Administrator, I will continue... Read More

Stress Awareness Month: Keep Stress to a Minimum

— Learning to cope with stress is important for all of us. Here are a few ways to relieve stress. Organize and clean your home and workspace. Place everything in a designated place and label it, so you will be able to find items when you are looking for them. This is a great way to... Read More

Corona virus (COVID-19) Update

— To Our Residents and Family Members: We know some of you may be concerned about the spread of COVID-19 (the new coronavirus) being reported in the media and how it may impact us here at Canton Manor. Ensuring residents are cared for in a safe and healthy environment is our greatest concern. At this time,... Read More