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Faith Restored

One of our residents shared the following story with us, and we wanted to share publicly to show the Christ-like spirit of our residents and spiritual care Christian Care Communities cultivates!  Although she prefers to remain anonymous, she gave us permission to share on our blog.  From a Christian Care Communities – Middletown resident: The […]

Top 5 Reasons Working with Older Adults is Rewarding

Are you considering a career working with older adults? With great career advancement opportunities and a variety of roles available, senior care may be the perfect choice for you. Whether you are just entering the workforce or considering a job change, working with seniors could provide the personal and career fulfillment you are looking for. […]

Five Reasons to Consider Assisted Living

Christian Care Communities – Middletown is constantly evolving to serve an active generation of seniors. Our residents enjoy their independence while expanding their intellectual, emotional, and spiritual horizons. We offer weekly Bible study, full activities calendars, musical entertainment, guest speakers, workout classes, educational opportunities, Sunday chapel service and more. In 2021, we added a library, […]

The Importance of Transitional Care Programs

High-quality transitional care is important for older adults with chronic conditions and complex therapy needs, especially after hospitalization. Although it can be comforting to return home after surgery, there is a higher likelihood of returning to the hospital if proper care and precautions are not taken. Transitional care programs focus on improving care, enhancing patient […]

The Best Friends™ Approach to Memory Care

Older adults with memory concerns, including Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, truly benefit from The Best Friends™ Approach. This approach to care was designed around the importance of relationships. Virginia Bell and David Troxel developed the Best Friends™ Approach to dementia care in the 1990’s while they were working at the University of […]

Intergenerational Care

Intergenerational care is defined by Generations United as opportunities for younger and older generations to interact and become engaged for the benefit of all involved. Both young and older participants learn about one another and engage with each other. Research shows there are many physical and mental health benefits of intergenerational care. The younger age group learn […]