Turning its garden into a haunted attraction for the Brighton community proved to be a real treat for Maplewood residents.
About Natalie Hamilton
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Natalie Hamilton contributed a whooping 136 entries.
Entries by Natalie Hamilton
Residents, family members, staff wear costumes, get into the spirit of the day The King of Rock ’n’ Roll and the queen were crowned recently at Rosebridge Manor.
Trumpets, trombones and conversation were drawing cards for Maplewood residents to head downtown Brighton this past summer.
BRIGHTON, ONT. — From swaying fabric ghosts and plastic eyeballs “preserved” in pickle jars to rubber hands lunging out of flower beds, Maplewood dares the public to enter its haunted garden.
With the allure of soothing lavender lotion, Willows Estate is giving residents who have dementia a hand.
Every few minutes, a Willows Estate resident who has dementia inquires about using the washroom.
From packing their bags to stay with family to enjoying a turkey dinner in-house, OMNI Health Care marked Thanksgiving with all of the trimmings.
A donation Maplewood and residents received recently is literally music to their ears.
From painting the crow on its head to fetching corn husks, Norwood long-term care home residents got into the Thanksgiving spirit by building a scarecrow for the village’s scarecrow competition.
With cotton candy, a ring toss and an apple pie baking contest, West Lake Terrace residents enjoyed their inaugural fall festival.
OMNI Health Care
2020 Fisher Drive, Suite 1
Peterborough ON K9J 6X6
Telephone: 705 748-6631
Facsimile: 705 742-9197