The Village at Penn State Retirement Community (The Village), a recognized leader in university-based retirement communities, and Liberty Lutheran confirmed that settlement has been finalized for the purchase of The Village at Penn State by Liberty Lutheran. Continue reading
The Becoming Center hosted a healthy dining demonstration with nutritionist John Fairchild and executive chef Gary Sugalski from Sodexo. Members enjoyed, and learned how to make Portobello Caesar Salad, and our own salad dressing!
Here are the recipes and tips: Continue reading →
Confirmation students from Advent Lutheran Church in Harleysville visited residents at Artman Lutheran Home, and spent the morning bowling, playing bingo and dancing. Continue reading →
Twice a year, sixth grade students from Norwood Fontbonne Academy in Philadelphia spend an afternoon at Artman Lutheran Home, making crafts, playing bingo, and talking with the residents. Continue reading →
Liberty Lutheran (LL), and the Lutheran Community at Telford (LCT), a continuing care retirement community, announced their new partnership with Liberty at Home, a home health care agency of Liberty’s family of services Continue reading →
As they days get longer and temperatures continue to rise, many of us are planning our summer vacations. Although there are many great vacation spots close to home, taking a break can still be challenging for caregivers. Continue reading →
When Wilhelmina Henry retired four years ago she knew that she needed something to help her stay busy and active. “I had heard that a lot of people who retire are unhappy because they lack structure,” she said. So Wilhelmina decided to join the West Philadelphia Senior Community Center (WPSC), where she enjoys numerous activities, especially line dancing classes. Continue reading →
Alex Grande, a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Sumneytown, attended the recent asset mapping workshop with Luther Snow, hosted by Lutheran Congregational Services.“The philosophy behind the process is phenomenal,” Alex said. “I think everybody there left the workshop with some type of game plan.” Alex plans to apply the concept of asset mapping to both his congregation at St. John’s, and to his volunteer work.
Members of Lutheran Children and Family Service’s Olney Senior Program celebrated the 100th birthday of Onofre “Carlos” Escorpizo. Carlos is a very active and well-liked member, who came to the Program in 1999, at the age of 87, as a volunteer. Continue reading →
Becoming Center Nutritionist and Liberty Lutheran Employee Wellness Coordinator John Fairchild was honored by the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) as WELCOA faculty. According to WELCOA, “Faculty designation honors some of the best trained wellness professionals in the country.”