Aaron Manor celebrated National Nursing Home Week with cake, an ice cream social, 50’s sock hop, and planting flowers, among other activities. Rehabilitation Services Director Mr. John Ropiak led kindergarteners in planting beautiful spring flowers!
At Ryders Health Management nursing facilities, Quality = Exceptional Caring. Periodically, we share a picture that captures how Ryders’ employees strive every day to provide exceptional caring and exceptional quality.
Mr. Richard Bates, BS, NHA, Administrator of Lord Chamberlain Manor, was recently honored by the ACHCA (American College of Health Care Administrators) with its coveted Leadership Award. This award is presented to administrators who exemplify leadership qualities that set their facilities apart as highest quality based on a number of quality measures.
Shaun Savoie, BS, NHA, administrator of Aaron Manor, a sister Ryders facility in Chester, CT, has also received this award.
Congratulations, Mr. Bates and Mr. Savoie! Thank you for all you and all of our administrators do to make your residents’ lives just that much better!
At Ryders Health Management nursing facilities, Quality = Exceptional Caring. Periodically, we will share a picture that captures how Ryders’ employees strive every day to provide exceptional caring and exceptional quality. Mrs. Dee Miller, RN (at left) and Ms. Liz Burnhauser, RN (at right), both Lord Chamberlain Nursing & Rehabilitation Center nurses, exemplify the caliber of employees who lead the way to Ryders’ standards of excellence. Recently, Mrs. Miller and Ms. Burnhauser were honored with Nightingale Awards.
The Nightingale Award for Excellence in Nursing celebrates outstanding nurses. Nominees “should have made a significant impact on patient care and/or the nursing profession; gone ‘beyond the call’ in a clearly illustrated way, demonstrated excellence or achieved a life-long legacy in a particular arena.”
In photo on left, State Representative Phil Miller and Martin Sbriglio, CEO of Ryders Health Management. In center photo, Representative Joe Courtney and Mr. Sbriglio. In far right photo, Joe Courtney poses with Alberte Coccomo, Director of Lighthouse Home Care. All photos were taken at Aaron Manor’s Rehab Reunion held on September 27th.
James J. Griffin, performed a Hollywood-style western show complete with a gunfight reenactment, on Saturday, September 8th. Residents, family members, and staff watched the horses perform tricks on the Aaron Manor grounds and enjoyed feeding & petting the horses.