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Nov 09, 2022 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

SBB University: How to Plan for Aging If You Live Alone

Are you an elder who is aging alone with no family available to address your aging needs? More than 1 in 5 Americans older than 65 are and 23% of boomers will eventually be without family available to care for them. It is imperative that everyone think ahead but especially this group of aging adults to need to consider where and how they might like to age. Join SBB University and our panel of experts as we arm you with the knowledge on how to evaluate your living situation and how to make a plan while you're still healthy.Topics of discussion at this informative lunch and learn will include identifying where the best place is for you to live as you age. It could be moving into a beautiful senior living community or developing a course of action to help you safely age in place for as long as possible. We will explore how imperative it is that you have an advocate on your side to fill in the gaps when needed, as well as how to get all legal documents in order with clear intentions and how to make sure it is accessible when needed.CALL TO RSVP, 239-776-7353!


Oct 31, 2022 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Bonita Senior Center October Calendar

To register call at 239-399-4881 or email sheila@hopebonita.org


Nov 14, 2022 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

The Amazing Brain

Seating is limited. Bring a friend! RSVP to 239-323-9267All events take place at Gulf Coast Village 1333 Santa Barbara Blvd. I Cape Coral, FL 33991 


Nov 03, 2022 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

26th Annual Brushstrokes from the Soul

Please call the center (239)437-3007 if you are interested in making a donation or have any questions! Please visit www.dubincenter.com/brushstrokes-from-the-soul

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The Opal at Cape Coral

Assisted Living 4920 Viceroy Ct., Cape Coral, Florida, 33904

The Opal at Cape Coral provides everything you need to nurture the spirit of life and live your life to the fullest. Conveniently located within easy walking distance from exciting and historical downtown Cape Coral, The Opal at Cape Coral is nestled in a quiet residential neighborhood. Our Assisted Living Community features extra-spacious suites with kitchenettes and private baths. Semi-private accommodations are also available. Residents are free to enjoy our charming dining room, activities center, beauty salon and beautiful outdoor patio.

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Premier Place at The Glenview

Skilled Nursing 100 Glenview Pl., Naples, Florida, 34108

Experience the Premier Place Difference!At Premier Place, The Glenview at Pelican Bay's onsite healthcare center, we help you get back to feeling your best as soon as possible. Premier Places newly renovated, 42 spacious private rooms, allow you or your loved one to experience exceptional personalized care in an elegant residential setting, along with fine dining. We provide superior short- and long-term health care as well as in-patient and out-patient rehabilitative services. For more than 20 years, The Glenview has provided to the Naples community exceptional and trusted care. The caring and dedicated staff of our nurses, aides and therapists, using state-of-the-art therapy equipment, a new dynamic gym, and specialized therapy treatments ensure you make every healing moment matter. Every treatment plan is personalized for the best outcome. Premier Place is a preferred skilled nursing and rehab center of the NCH Healthcare System, Physician Regional Hospitals and the Millennium Physician Group. We are five-star rated by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS). In 2019, Premier Place was awarded the Governor's Gold Seal Award for excellence in long-term care. Come and tour Premier Place, we welcome the compliments!

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Atrium at Liberty Park

Assisted Living 1321 NE 24th Ave., Cape Coral, Florida, 33909

Our Supportive Independent, Assisted Living and Memory Care community in Cape Coral, Florida, ensures that life here is exciting, from well-designed apartment homes with convenient features to delicious dining and enriching activity offerings. Regardless of how you choose to spend your day, our friendly staff is here to provide you with all the resources needed to make life easier, more comfortable and more joyful. Gather friends together for an afternoon of fun in the game room. Treat yourself to a movie night. Go for a quiet stroll around our picturesque grounds. Maintenance-free living allows you to spend your time how you wish set free from the task of daily chores and empowered to live extraordinarily .Interested in Atrium at Liberty Park for a loved one? We are here for you as you research options for your loved one.

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American House - Bonita Springs

Independent Living 11400 Longfellow Ln, Bonita Springs, Florida, 34135

American House Bonita Springs will help you enjoy life to its fullest. A private apartment will cater to your independent streak, while restaurant-style dining and community areas will appeal to your social side. Add a range of diverse programs and you'll be making moments that will enrich your life for years to come.

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For more information on Cardiac Care Group, Click Here.Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is a condition that can lead to serious health problems, such as coronary heart disease, heart failure, stroke, kidney failure, and other health problems.Most people with high blood pressure are unaware, since the symptoms can stay below notice for years at a time. For this reason, its important to visit your doctor regularly for a general medical check-up.When blood pressure reaches life-threatening levels, the following symptoms may be noticeable:HeadachesTirednessConfusionDizziness or lightheadednessPounding in the head or chestSharp chest painsElevated blood pressure may be inherited or related to other factors including:Being overweightSmokingDiet high in saturated fat and/or sodiumAgeExcessive drinkingDiabetesPhysical inactivityBeing maleHigh stress levelsYou can manage your hypertension and lower your risk of stroke with lifestyle changes and medications prescribed by your cardiologist. So don't hesitate! Get checked for hypertension today.

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4 Must Do's When Selling Your Home with Pets

For more information on Jones & Co. Realty, Click Here.Selling a Home with Pets?Be Sure to Follow this ChecklistDogs, cats, and other pets are beloved members of the family but when your home is on the market, their presence can make getting ready for showings more difficult. Buyers tend to respond best when they can envision themselves living in your home, and noticing pet odors, hair, or other messes can be off-putting. Here is a quick checklist to help ensure that your furry friends do not deter potential buyers:- Hide all pet accessories before photos or showings. Search your home for pet beds, toys, dishes, and other items, and stash them out of sight before showings and listing photos are taken.- Deep clean and deodorize. Even if you don't notice any pet odors in your home, its possible that you have simply become accustomed to them. Having your rugs, comforters, and any upholstery professionally cleaned or at least spraying them with pet-specific deodorizers or enzyme cleaner swill help eliminate any unwanted scents. In addition, consider changing air filters and setting up an air purifier with a HEPA filter to absorb odor-producing particles, such as pet dander and allergens. A thorough cleaning of your environment is preferable to trying to mask odors with scented candles or sprays, as many people are sensitive to perfumed products.- Repair any damage caused by pets. Minor damage to your home, such as scratched floors and door frames or shredded curtains, is a normal part of having pets. However, it is also unsightly and can make your home look poorly maintained. Examine each room in your home for needed repairs, and cover or replace stained or damaged furnishings. - Don't forget the yard. Your exterior living space is just as important as the inside of your home, so make sure that it is free of any evidence your pets may have left behind including waste, toys, and holes.

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10 Diabetes Superfoods Seniors Can Say “Yes!” To

For more information on the author Home Instead Fort Myers, CLICK HERE.Seniors who receive a diagnosis of diabetes may feel they have to give up all the foods they love. Thats not entirely true. Sure, they may have to say no to ice cream and white bread, but you can help the senior you care for adapt by offering new choices that will satisfy his or her desire for sweets and starches while keeping blood sugar levels stable.Say yes to these 10 choices the American Diabetes Association calls diabetes superfoods:1. BerriesSome fruits contain as much sugar as candy does, but berries go on the safe list for seniors with diabetes. Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries -- they all offer a sweet touch to any meal without elevating blood sugar levels too much.2. Skim milk and fat-free yogurtChoose milk fortified with Vitamin D, which can help seniors maintain bone health. When it comes to yogurt, look for sugar-free varieties. A fruity cup of yogurt makes a great dessert for seniors with diabetes.3. Citrus fruitsAvoid fruit juices (which almost all contain added sugar) and go for the whole fruit. Oranges, lemons and limes can be eaten whole or used to add zest to other dishes. The exception? Grapefruit. Most seniors should avoid this citrus fruit because it contains compounds that may interact with medications. Be sure to talk with your loved ones physician or pharmacist to understand how foods might affect medications.4. Sweet potatoesSweet potatoes satisfy that craving for a starch with the meal but don't cause post-meal blood sugar spikes the way white and red potatoes do.5. Whole grainsWhole grain breads, oatmeal, brown rice and barley allow your senior to enjoy bread with meals. Slow-digesting whole grains taste great and generally don't negatively affect blood sugar levels the way refined grains like white flour can.6. TomatoesSeniors with diabetes can consume tomatoes to their hearts content. Tomatoes are loaded with Vitamins C and E, along with iron. Eat them raw or cooked. (Read the labels of canned tomatoes and spaghetti sauces, which can contain undesirable levels of added sugar and salt.)7. Dark Green Leafy VegetablesThese nutrient powerhouses include spinach, kale, collard greens, beet greens and many others. Seniors who take a blood-thinning medication like warfarin (Coumadin) should avoid dark green leafy vegetables, but all others can consume these with abandon. Again, be sure to talk with your loved ones physician or pharmacist to understand how foods might affect medications.8. BeansPacked with fiber, beans of all types -- navy, kidney, pinto -- provide protein along with the essential minerals magnesium and potassium.9. Fatty fishChoose fresh or frozen fish like salmon once a week or more to garner the healthful effects of its Omega-3 fatty acids. Canned salmon and tuna count, too, and may provide a more affordable option.10. NutsAlmonds, walnuts, pecans and other tree nuts provide nutrients and protein, which helps keep blood sugar levels stable. Go for unsalted varieties.Changing ones eating pattern can be very difficult, especially for elderly loved ones. Instead of telling them what they cant eat, help your senior with diabetes overcome dietary challenges by suggesting foods they can say yes to every day.

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Hurricane Preparedness Tips for Seniors, and Those with Chronic Conditions

If you live in Florida, you are likely familiar with our seasons: tourist, summer and hurricane.  Each year hurricane season begins June 1 and lasts five months, with peak season occurring between Aug. and Oct. Bringing powerful winds and torrential rain, hurricanes are said to be the most violent storms on Earth. Even low category storms can often lead to the loss of essential services such as electricity, water, gas and communication channels. If outages are prolonged, they can potentially impact health and safety.   Given the sunshine state, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), has sustained an astonishing 40% of all U.S. hurricanes, with 120 hits and 37 major hits, everyone should develop a hurricane preparedness plan. A plan is especially crucial for those with chronic health conditions, disabilities and seniors who have complex needs. These individuals not only need to prepare for the storm but should consider the days following as recovery could be delayed.  If you are an older adult, managing a chronic condition or disability or are a caretaker, the following tips should be considered when creating your hurricane preparedness plan.   Tip 1: Create a shelter plan Should I stay or should I go? If a hurricane strikes, will you be able to safely shelter in place? Now is the time to discuss shelter and evacuation options with family and friends, especially if you cannot evacuate on your own or if you rely on medical equipment that requires electricity.  Evacuate. If possible, evacuate with family, friends or to a motel outside of the storm area. Let family and friends know your evacuation plan.  Transportation. If you require transportation or accessible transportation to go to an emergency shelter, you should work with local County services to identify public transportation, paratransit or private accessible options.  Special Needs Shelter. If you are medically stable but require help with basic tasks or rely on an electronic medical device, or on oxygen, and have no other evacuation options, you may be eligible to evacuate to a Special Needs Shelter at no cost. Contact your local Emergency Management office, or Health Department for eligibility and to complete the required pre-registration. County and Health Department staff will conduct a review of your situation to determine whether or not the shelter is suitable for your unique medical needs.    Tip 2: Create a medical plan Medical care. If you receive regular medical treatment for a chronic health condition such as chemotherapy or dialysis, talk to your provider about a backup plan. Also, work with your care team to outline your current treatment plan in case you need to seek medical treatment from your evacuated location.    Medications. Be sure to have at least two weeks supply of prescriptions. According to Florida law, you can obtain a 30-day refill on your prescription medication, even if you just had a refill, when you live in a county that: is under a hurricane warning issued by the National Weather Service  is declared to be under a state of emergency by the Governor has activated its emergency operations center and its emergency management plan.  Medical history. Make sure you have copies of important papers personal id, medical and immunization records, Social Security card, health insurance cards, prescriptions, insurance policies, and contact information for doctors and family numbers in your travel medical kit.  Medical Id. If you have a condition that might cause a medical emergency, you should consider purchasing a medical bracelet or tag to relay vital health information in the event you become unconscious or incapacitated.  Travel medical kit. Make sure you include the above items in your medical supply kit. Due to the vulnerability of paperwork and medications, you should invest in a waterproof container. Additionally, your medical supply kit should include necessary medical equipment such as blood sugar monitoring equipment, hearing aids, eyeglasses and extra batteries. Furthermore, to prevent the spread of respiratory viruses such as the flu, pneumonia and COVID-19 while staying in a community shelter consider packing face masks, hand sanitizers and disinfecting wipes.  Individual conditions. As you prepare, consider additional supplies or services needed to support a specific condition. For instance, if you are deaf or hard of hearing perhaps your travel medical kit includes a dry erase board to help you communicate with someone who does not know sign language. Or, if you have a mobile disability and require a walker, wheelchair or electric scooter consider keeping extra batteries, patch kit for flat tires and air pump on hand. If you use oxygen, ask your oxygen provider to help you secure a backup cylinder, a portable tank and necessary supplies in case of evacuation.   Tip 3: Create a basic supply kit: A basic supply kit can help you evacuate more quickly or support you as you hunker down from the storm. Basic supplies should be stored in an easily accessible and moveable container such as a suitcase or box with wheels.   Recommended items include: Your stocked waterproof travel medical kit (see above)  At least a three-day supply of water (one gallon per day per person), food (non-perishable food) Flashlights  Battery operated or hand crank radio  Extra batteries  Cash and important documents (store in waterproof container)  Manual can opener Lighter or matches Cell phone with charger and battery back up Sleeping bag or blanket  Complete change of clothing  Whistle or other help signal  Personal hygiene items and sanitation items Special needs items: pet supplies and baby supplies if applicable Books, magazines, games for recreation  Hurricanes can be unpredictable and disastrous; the best course of action is to be prepared and plan ahead. By following these tips, you can ensure you and your loved ones are safe during hurricane season.  Caring for children, adults and seniors, Healthcare Network provides integrated health where medical and mental health professionals work side-by-side to address patients physical, mental and emotional health. To make an appointment call 239-658-3000 or visit HealthcareSWFL.org   About the authors Written by Healthcare Networks Director of Marketing, Gabrielle OBoyle, with medical expertise from Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Corin DeChirico, DO, FACP, CPE, and Vice President of Pharmacy Services, Dr. Martine Wooley, PHARMD.   

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THE OPAL AT CAPE CORALWe are seeking all shifts, 6 am - 2 pm, 2 pm - 10 pm and 10 pm - 6 am.  Weekend availability a must. Candidates apply to:  Mary McBain, The Opal at Cape Coral, 4920 Viceroy Court, Cape Coral, FL 33904, 239-542-3121 or firstimpressions.cc@opalsl.com. Job DetailsSalary - $12 - $14 an hourSpecialties - Home HealthAvailable shifts All Shifts, Weekend availabilityJob Type - Full-time & Part-timeQualifications High school or equivalent (Preferred) All Shifts (Preferred) CPR Certification (Preferred)BenefitsHealth insuranceDental insurance401(k)Paid time offVision insurance401(k) matchingFull Job DescriptionWe are seeking a Med-tech / Resident Care Aide For our Assisted Living Facility on our 6am 2pm, 2pm - 10pm and 10pm-6am shift(s) to become a part of our team! Facility is seeking EXPERIENCED and QUALIFIED applicants for this position. We are looking for experienced and qualified applicants to build a great team for our assisted living operation, we are looking for long-term loyal employees who will stay and grow with us. We offer all our employees opportunity for growth and are seeking to build solid relationships with all our valued employees to create a teamwork atmosphere that is focused on patient care.Responsibilities and Duties Medication management and assistance with self-administration of medications Provide routine individualized care to the elderly, or persons with disabilities Monitor and report changes in patient health status Provide personal care, such as bathing and dressing patients Provide specialized healthcare such as assisting with administering medication Light housekeepingQualifications and Skills * Must be med tech certified, CPR/First Aid certification Preferred Must be truly compassionate for patients Must be have good work ethic and maximize time to accomplish all tasks Must be ready willing and able to assist with any task requested by resident or supervisor Must be able to perform housekeeping duties Must have flexible schedule Experience in hospice, home health, or other related fields Positive and patient demeanor Ability to build rapport with patients Must have previous ALF experience Must have active AHCA level II background check Ability to handle physical workload Excellent written and verbal communication skills Work Location: One Location

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Springwood Court Job Openings

Springwood Court has the following positions available:FT LPN ($4,000 Sign on Bonus) NEW HIGH PAY RATEPT LPN NEW HIGH PAY RATEFT Medication Technician 11p-7am NEW HIGH PAY RATEPT Medication Technician 7a-3p and 3p-11p NEW HIGH PAY RATEPT Maintenance Assistant NEW PAY RATEwww.jobalign.com

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Wellness Nurse

POSITION SUMMARYThis role is embodies both a hands-on nursing approach, as well as providing leadership and coordination of the health and well being of the residents within the community in coordination with the DHW. This position also assists in the responsibility of the development and implementation of the personal care staff schedule. Handles call offs while working at the community and is responsible for finding the appropriate staff to replace, as needed. The Wellness Nurse will assist in training and monitoring of medication administration and care. The Wellness Nurse will communicate with residents/families, ancillary support services and primary care practitioners as required for resident care needs. The Wellness Nurse will take an active role in maintaining quality assurance and improvement while leading and demonstrating the mission of Discovery in accordance with federal, state and local regulations to promote the highest quality of care and services to our residents.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESThe following duties are normal for this position. This list is not to be construed as exclusive or all inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned. Works with DHW and assists as assigned with those duties Creates and posts a timely schedule for all personal care staff with DHW approval. Responsible to fill any call offs while ensuring proper staffing levels. Steps in to fill a staff vacancy if unable to fill through other staff members. Ensures that community follows all federal, state, local laws and regulations as it pertains to clinical care. Partners with Director of Health and Wellness and other team members to analyze and maintain all resident and team member health safety. Identifies ongoing needs and services of residents through the assessment/ Service Plan in collaboration with DHW Partners with other department coordinators to identify, review, and discuss potential change in levels of care and service needs Maintains communications with residents family and/or responsible party regarding changes in care or health concerns. Reviews service plan to learn pertinent information about residents. Assists/observes medications and treatments for each resident using the medication observation record in accordance with state medication administration regulations Maintains confidentiality of all resident information including resident medication. Helps residents maintain independence; promotes dignity and physical safety of each resident. Strives to understand and respond to each resident with empathy, always remaining mindful of the residents unique communication patterns, history and basic human needs. Practices routinely good standard care precautions of cleanliness, hygiene and health standards that include disposal and handling of biohazard waste. Notifies Director of Health Care of any resident and/or family concerns. Actively participates in change of shift reporting of pertinent information. Participates in the development of the Service Plan and monthly updates. Addresses all accidents/incidents immediately and completes incident report. Addresses all unsafe and hazardous conditions/equipment immediately. Addresses occupational exposures to blood, body fluids, infectious materials, sharp sticks and hazardous chemicals immediately. Assists in weekly care note documentation in coordination with DHW and MCD. Ensures proper follow through assessment and documentation for residents with a change in condition/MD and RP notification. Assists in conducting resident assessments and/or documentation at time of move-in, as required. Attend and participate in monthly staff meetings. Provide education and training with DHW approval, as required for the evening and night shift staff. Meet weekly with DHW and MCD to review any changes and ensure follow up of any care needs or training requirements of staff for quality assurance and improvement. Other duties as assigned.QUALIFICATIONSTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.Educational Requirements and Experience: Maintains current state license as a Licensed Professional Nurse or a Professional Registered Nurse per state regulations. Experience in assisted living, home health or long-term care industries. Two (2) years experience as a Licensed Nurse preferred One (1) year nursing management experience preferred Must demonstrate competence in assessment skills, injections/medication administration, follow up and triage.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Language Ability:o Ability to communicate effectively speaking the primary language of the residents.o Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.o Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Mathematical Skills:o Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Cognitive Demands:o Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Computer Skills:o Proficiency in computer skills, Microsoft Office and ability to learn new applications. Competencies:o Must demonstrate an interest in working with a senior population.o Interacts with guests, residents and staff in a courteous and friendly manner.o Responds promptly to resident needs.o Supports organization's goals and values.o Balances team and individual responsibilities.o Ability to handle multiple priorities.o Ability to delegate assignments.o Competent in organizational and time management skills.o Demonstrates good judgment, problem solving and decision-making skills.o Ability to work flexible schedule.ENVIRONMENTAL ADAPTABILITY Works primarily indoors in a climate-controlled setting. Team Members may be exposed to blood and/or body fluids with potential exposure to hazardous materials and infectious diseases. Possible exposure to unpleasant odors. Possible exposure to chemicals as identified in the MSDS Manual.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSThe physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an individual to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.While performing the duties of this Job, the Team Member is regularly required to stand and walk. The Team Member is frequently required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The Team Member is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and /or move up to 50 pounds independently and up to 100 pounds with assistance of a second employee and/or mechanical devices. Must be able to push up to 350 lb. (wheelchair). Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and distance vision.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTI have carefully read and understand the contents of this position description. I understand the responsibilities, requirements and duties expected of me. I understand that this is not necessarily an exhaustive list of responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts or working conditions associated with the position. While this list is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current position, the employer reserves the right to revise the functions and duties of the position or to require that additional or different tasks be performed as directed by the employer.I understand that I may be required to work overtime, different shifts or hours outside the normally defined workday or workweek. I also understand that this position description does not constitute a contract of employment nor alter my status as an at-will Team Member. I have the right to terminate my employment at any time and for any reason, and the employer has a similar right.This position is subject to a background check for any convictions directly related to its duties and responsibilities. Only job related and community safety convictions will be considered and will not automatically disqualify the candidate. State regulatory requirements will impact if convictions preclude employment.The employer is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the employer will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages prospective Team Members and incumbents to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.

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