Just before Easter, residents at Gurwin Jewish Nursing & Rehabilitation Center adopted a furry new friend, a 2-year-old "rescue" bunny blessed with beautiful, floppy ears — but no name.
Last time, I wrote about pig bladders, and how they can help bolster the courage of your convictions to innovatively solve any long-term care challenge. So I think you're definitely ready for a frank talk about spiders.
Around 4 a.m. a few nights ago, I woke up feeling miserable. As I curled up back in bed after taking some meds, one of my cats hopped up next to me, looked at me with concern and laid a paw atop my arm.
Walter the goldendoodle is like Norm on the old TV show "Cheers." When he walks into Alden North Shore Nursing and Rehabilitation and Health Care Center, everyone knows, and often calls, his name.
It's true that sometimes life's best pleasures are life's simplest pleasures.
Nursing homes come to the rescue of elderly loved ones every day. But a story out of Springfield, IL, shows they can also come to the aid of our furry friends.
He is a sweet furry creature named Paro, and, yes, he's a robot. So what's the problem?