We’ve assembled a team of remarkable professionals at our Vista Prairie Communities. With varied backgrounds and talents, our team has one common goal: to serve those who entrust us with their lives, health, and well-being. We transform lives by providing compassionate care and joy-filled environments in the communities we serve. We recently sat down with Kim Webster, Vista Prairie Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, and asked her a few questions.
April is National Volunteer Appreciation month—a time to honor, recognize, and thank the dedication of those who go above and beyond. At Vista Prairie, we are fortunate to have a number of outstanding volunteers in our communities who give selflessly of their time and show a true generosity of spirit.
Spring is a time of transition. Mother Nature starts over with blooming flowers and trees, you change out your wardrobe (goodbye heavy parka and clunky boots, hello lightweight jacket and slip-on shoes), why not switch up your snacking habits, too? Ditch the greasy chips and calorie-laden candy for smart snacking—actually encouraged by nutritionists in order to avoid overeating at meal time. In honor of March being National Nutrition Month, here are some healthy snack ideas:
Earlier this year Vista Prairie Communities began a search to fill the newly created position of Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. The position will be critical to our ability to serve our mission of providing compassionate care in joy-filled environments. Exceptional care for residents within our communities will be at the forefront of our strategic initiatives for years to come. We are happy to announce that we have hired Kim Webster as our new Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.
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Sundowning. Mood changes. Bath wars. When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or another type of dementia, everyone—caregivers and family members—feels the impact of the disease. Why do they do what they do? And what can you do about it? Understanding why certain behaviors happen—and how best to approach the situation—will relieve frustration all-around. Education is key. Continue reading “Free Lunch & Learn Dementia Education Programs Offered at Vista Prairie this Spring” »