Recurring Programs & Activities
Caramel Rolls & Coffee
Friday from 8:30 am to 10:30 am.
Served everyday at 11:00 am – 1:00pm
Ladies Social and Coffee
Every Wednesday @ 1p.m.
Cards & Cribbage
Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays at 1:00 pm
Mondays & Thursdays at 1:00 pm
Thursdays at 11:00 am
Second Saturday at 1:00 pm
Health & Fitness
Tuesdays & Saturdays from 9:00 am to 10:00 am
Blood Pressure Checks & More
Second & Fourth Fridays at 10:00 am
Upcoming Special Events
October 2 @ 1:00p.m.
If you are currently a volunteer or want to be, please join us!
Oct 6 and Oct 8 10 a.m. – 12p.m.
Belle Silver Lining by Monument Health
Call 605 892 6285
Monument Health will bill your insurance, please bring your information.
Self Pay is $25.
PLEASE WEAR A MASK
Belle Silver Lining by Heartland Home Health
October 8th @ 3 p.m.
Call 605 892 6285 for scheduled appointment
News & Updates
Exercise regularly. Move furniture that’s in your way. Pick up items that are on the floor. Keep items off the stairs. Consider a walk in tub to ensure easy entrance and exit. When using a ladder, make sure both feet and at least one hand are on the ladder.
Consider buying an alarm you can activate in the event of a fall. Get up slowly when lying down or sitting, making sure that your path is free from clutter and obstacles. Make sure items in the kitchen are within reach. Place a non-slip mat or strips inside your shower or bathtub to help prevent falls. Installing grab bars further decreases the risk of falling. Use a night light in your bedroom.
Do you have throw rugs or loose carpeting? Secure the loose carpeting and use double-sided tape on rugs so that they do not slip. See an optometrist or ophthalmologist at least annually.
Thank you Dr. Melanie for including us in your Fall Prevention Program Sept 22 Pain & Movement Solutions 605 723 0185.
Today, over 13% of the US population is 65 years or older. By the year 2030, 1 in every 5 Americans will be over 65, totaling 70 million. For the first time in history, there will be more people of grandparent age than children and youth. These older adults can have a tremendous impact on society by choosing to be active grandparents and mentor younger generations.
Today, an American at birth is expected to live 76 years compared to 47 years in 1900 — an additional 29 years. Most of today’s grandchildren will have most or all of their grandparents in their life during part of their childhood and adolescence, and many will have surviving grandparents well into their adult years. At age 30, 75% of people will have at least one surviving grandparent.