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We recently rolled out a Random Acts of Kindness Campaign in our UMH communities and have been receiving lots of great feedback on how these simple acts of kindness are making a big difference.
We were thrilled to be able to honor two of our outstanding UMH caregivers at the 2nd Annual Caring Hands Award Luncheon presented by Leading Age CT on Monday, April 8th at the Aqua Turf Club in Southington. The event is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate and recognize some of the many special people who work in senior care. Cheers to our team members Claudine Thermidor, a CNA at Bishop Wicke, and Tishana Myers, a CNA at our Middlewoods of Newington Community on receiving this award! See below to read more about Claudine and Tishana…
When Middlewoods of Farmington resident Barry Gordon’s grandparents fled from Russia, a Russian priest who had befriended them gave them nun’s clothing for a safe escape. Other than that, the only things they took with them were candlesticks and wine cups as they sailed across the Atlantic Ocean to New York City. Not liking New York too much, his grandfather moved the family, including Barry’s mother and uncle, to Hartford. It was in Hartford in 1908 where his grandfather purchased a brass Menorah that has been passed down through the generations.
The residents of Middlewoods of Farmington celebrated a special holiday this week – not just the Fourth of July, but also National Postal Worker Day! The residents of the award-winning senior living community wanted to do something special for the Farmington postal team and recognize the hard work and dedication they provide Middlewoods of Farmington on a daily basis.
James Riley O’Donnell, a 15 year resident of Middlewoods of Farmington Independent and Assisted Living Community, was recently recognized by the Connecticut Assisted Living Association (CALA), with the Distinguished Resident Accomplishment Award. This award honors the service and accomplishments of senior living residents. James Riley O’Donnell, fondly known as Riley, was nominated to receive this prestigious award because of his extraordinary example of aging and his exceptional contributions to the community.
They say it’s never too late to start a new hobby, and the residents of Middlewoods of Farmington have experienced this first hand! Joan Scafarello, a new resident of the award-winning senior living community, expressed a great interest in theater – not just going to shows, but also performing in them! Tanya Janeczko, Activities Director of Middlewoods of Farmington, was unsure how much interest there would be from other residents, but was pleasantly surprised at their reaction. The residents were thrilled at the opportunity to perform a play called “Oh, Doctor,” a comedy about a doctor who prescribes the most bizarre remedies to his patients. Many residents eagerly signed up, and just like that, their Drama Club was formed.