Opportunities available for volunteers to share their skills, energy and enthusiasm.
Tate says volunteers can work one to three-hour shifts, week days and weekends – whatever fits their schedule.
Booster vaccine shots are required. Continue Reading →
This year the US News methodology included an emphasis on homes meeting certain standards of patient safety, including a minimum threshold for the staff COVID-19 vaccination rate, decreasing the overuse of antipsychotic drugs and frequent visits to the emergency department. Continue Reading →
Today, the Nathaniel Witherell has a 3-star rating. Continue Reading →
“The Town settles contracts that are fair both to its employees as well as to the taxpayers of the Town and will pursue arbitration when needed. The Town respects the work of the Teamsters. However, the Town will not conduct contract negotiations in the press.” – Fred Camillo Continue Reading →
This week, during the monthly board meeting of the Nathaniel Witherell, the Town of Greenwich owned nursing home, again there was discussion about staff vaccination levels, staff reductions and the ongoing desire of loved ones to have indoor visitation – all given the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic and preparations for a possible sale of the facility. Continue Reading →
Since visitor restrictions are in place to help protect the residents at Nathaniel Witherell from COVID-19, The Greenwich Commission on Aging is asking the people who live in Greenwich to help make the holidays merry by sending personally signed Christmas/Holiday cards with a note of cheer. Continue Reading →
On Oct 29, Greenwich issued an RFP for Management Services for The Nathaniel Witherell, inviting proposals to assume the management in conjunction with the possible purchase or lease of the Witherell’s assets. Continue Reading →
Letter by Bill Drake, Andy Duus, Art Norton, and Nancy Weissler, members of the BET’s Nathaniel Witherell Strategic Planning Committee Continue Reading →
Mike Rinaldi, a Music Therapist at Nathaniel Witherell, recalled one woman in the Dementia Care unit who would not responded to any activities, including bingo or cards. But once Mike arrived with his music, the woman’s memory was sparked and she began dancing to the music. It took her back to a time when she and her husband loved to dance. Continue Reading →
Only 52 out of 227 nursing homes in Connecticut included on the prestigious list. Continue Reading →