Why do some people seem to be healthier, others adapt to changes better and others are as enthusiastic as ever? Much of how we age isn’t just in our genes but how we’ve taken care of ourselves through the years. As Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Life
With the summer heat inching up the thermometer, it’s time to check your fluids … are you drinking enough water and other liquids? While staying hydrated is important for people of all ages, it’s particularly important as we grow older. Older
Residents and employees of Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America’s 18 communities in Kansas and Missouri gave the organization high marks in a recent satisfaction survey.
With nearly 2,400 residents to survey in independent living, assisted living and
Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America communities regularly feature activities involving young people. Whether it’s a youth choir performance and visit, an ongoing program with a local school or regular activities with the on-campus preschool, these
By Ginger Nance, Executive Director
On May 14 the weather held out as we spent an unusually chilly evening together at Fort Scott Presbyterian Village raising money for a much needed cause, the Good Samaritan Program.
Together the Fort Scott and surrounding
July brings ideas of Independence Day. Independence is something we value and strive for, not only in our country, but in our own personal lives, as well. At Fort Scott Presbyterian Village we continuously look for ways to help seniors increase
The Missouri synods of the Presbyterian Church, U.S., and the United Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., joined together to construct the first Presbyterian Homelife campus in Farmington, Mo. The project was authorized in 1957 in a joint session of the synods,
July means it is Bourbon County Fair time. What a great month to reminisce about the fair days of our youth! Residents Virginia Chambers, Jake Underwood and Pauline Scott fondly remember the days when the Bourbon County Fair was held in Uniontown
We’re happy to announce we earned a zero-deficiency survey from the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services following its inspection on May 20. This is the sixth consecutive zero-deficiency survey for Fort Scott Presbyterian Village,