Our WCRC ladies sewing group made homemade pillows. The ladies are so excited with the way their pillows turned out.
News & Updates
Westmoreland Care and Rehab welcomes the Westmoreland and surrounding communities to come out and celebrate the 4th of July with our elders and stakeholders. We will be having a silent auction, live entertainment, food, cake walk, children’s games, and fireworks. All proceeds go to the Elder vacation fund where we are raising money to send our elders to Disney World in the Spring of 2020!
December’s elder spotlight of the month is Benton Veatch
Mr. Benton Veatch has been an elder at Westmoreland Care and Rehab for six months now and his wife Sue visits almost daily. Benton and Sue are longtime residents of Macon County and have been married for 55 years.
Benton worked as a farmer and a mechanic for most of his adult life. His wife Sue was a homemaker and raised 2 children. Both she and Benton attended church regularly and sang in a traveling gospel group.
Sue states that she never has to worry about Benton when she goes home. She also states that, “The facility is so clean and smells so nice.” Sue is proud to have Benton in a place where he receives such good care and where the staff work together.
Sue enjoys the atmosphere at Westmoreland Care and Rehab so much that she intends to volunteer her time at Westmoreland Care and Rehab when she is able. Sue loves the fact that she would be part of a family instead of just a staff member.
Westmoreland Care and Rehabilitation Center recently participated in a disaster preparedness drill. We are very appreciative to the Sumner County EMS, Westmoreland Fire Department and the Westmoreland Police Department for their assistance with this training. It was a great experience for our staff to come together with emergency responders within the community to train and prepare for a disaster.
Westmoreland Care and Rehab is pleased to announce Melanie Paszkiewicz as our stakeholder of the month for November.