Benedictine Living Community in Ada Kicks Off Skilled Nursing Care Week on Mother’s Day
Ada, MN — The Benedictine Living Community in Ada is inviting you to join them in celebrating National Skilled Nursing Care Week starting this Sunday, May 9th with Mother’s Day. The theme for the week is “Together Through the Seasons,” which honors the collaborative commitment of skilled nursing care facilities and their staff in providing compassionate care to their residents during this unprecedented time. The Benedictine Living Community in Ada is excited to people to the facility this Sunday with live music, family visits, and goodie bags, according to Activities Director Cassie Visser.
BLC in Ada continues their celebration of National Skilled Nursing Care Week with a Candlelight Memorial Service on Wednesday and Food Truck and Car Show on Thursday. Visser says the ability to bring visitors and community events such as this back to the facility is very special for the residents.
Those looking to visit residents can do so by signing up online at www.signupgenius.com. Visser thanks the community for their efforts in slowing COVID-19 in the community and encourages them to continue to be in vigilant in protecting themselves and their residents.
Established by the American Health Care Association (AHCA) in 1967, National Skilled Nursing Care Week® (NSNCW) recognizes the essential role of skilled nursing care centers in caring for America’s frail, elderly, and disabled. The week starts each year on Mother’s Day and is celebrated through the following Saturday.