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Mayfair Manor has received accreditation for 2014 as a skilled nursing facility actively performing Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement activities.

The accreditation, presented by independent accreditor Providigm, LLC, demonstrates that the facility is continually assessing patients’ quality of life with regard to concerns such as pain, dignity, respect for president choice, and quality of care problems such as whether there are enough staff to meet patient needs, weight loss, infections, rehabilitation following acute injury or illness, and prevention of readmissions to hospital.

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Residents were excited to get outside and enjoy some fresh air and sunshine while transplanting their marigolds and other wild flowers. A special thanks to Restorative Assistants Debbie Sutton and Donna Loosemore for their invaluable expertise and assistance!

One resident in particular was extremely thrilled to get her hands dirty! Frances Burch had a grand time, as can be seen in the picture below.

The annual Volunteer Appreciation Reception was held April 14th at Mayfair Manor in honor of our wonderful volunteers and all of their hard work and dedication to the residents. Deanna Franklin, Volunteer Coordinator, Nursing Home Ombudsman Agency of the Bluegrass, was the keynote speaker. Other speakers were Chaplain Jesse Baldridge, Administrator Renee Martin, and Activities Director Suzy Rupp. Those volunteers in attendance included Conrad Guthermuth, Russel Huffman, Rev. Carl Jones, Dr. John Landon, Tammy Mosley, Charlie Powell, Rev. Steve and Mrs. Doris Richmond, Goedela Robbins, Bob Rupp, Janet Rodgers, and Elizabeth Slone.

We are fortunate to have volunteers who help with BINGO, UNO, church services, educational and musical activities, IT services, delivering chicken, pet therapy, gardening, outings, arts and crafts. Congratulations to Janet Rodgers who is our Volunteer of the Year.

Residents of Mayfair Manor enjoyed a beautiful day at Keeneland, while also socializing with residents and staff from Signature’s Georgetown and Bluegrass facilities. Luann Rodriguez was our big money winner! Residents pictured are Debbie Harris, Dot Penley, Martha Brandenburgh, Luann Rodriguez, Lonnie Means and Esther Potts. Staff in attendance are Chaplain Jesse Baldridge, SRNA Tori Maguet, Activities Assistant Marissa Barry and Activities Director Suzy Rupp, and our Volunteer of the Year, Janet Rodgers came along as well.

Thanks to Regional QOL Director, Ashley Graham for organizing our Staycation!

Several residents enjoyed lunch and bowling at Collins Lanes in Lexington. Dot Penley was the high scorer with 106! Residents pictured include: Debbie Harris, Alvina Fetick, Esther Potts, Luann Rodriguez, Dot Penley and Robert Covington. Also attending were Carolyn Covington, Marissa Barry, Megan Steffes and Activities Director, Suzy Rupp.



Best Places To Work In Kentucky

A group of stakeholders from Signature facilities in Kentucky, along with members of the home office team, gathered in Lexington, Ky., this week to attend the ‘Best Places to Work in Kentucky’ awards ceremony. Signature has received the award for two consecutive years and this year came in fourth place in its category!

For more, read the press release from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce here: http://bit.ly/1E2bzgP

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The residents and staff from Bluegrass Care and Rehabilitation Center, Mayfair Manor, and Signature Healthcare of Georgetown enjoyed an exciting day at Keeneland. Keeneland is a national historic landmark that specializes in Thoroughbred racing.

The Spring Meet began April 3rd and will continue until April 24th. The residents and staff enjoyed picking the winners of the races and cheering each other on! The atmosphere was wonderful and the grounds were beautiful!

There were a few winners within this group, however, nobody struck it big. Everybody shared their “winning strategies”. Some chose the gray horse, some chose by the stats, some have a lucky number that they choose, and some chose a horse because they liked the name.

Our group’s biggest winner stuck with number 6. Our group had a lucky day and can’t wait to go back again!

Residents enjoyed coloring 32 Easter eggs and reminiscing about Easters past. Pictured include Linda Hazle, Debbie Harris, Helen Kearney, Genevieve Daniels, Eva Sergent, LuAnn Rodriguez, Martha Brandenburgh, Doris Penley and ADON Staci Garman’s granddaughter Ryley.

Several Mayfair Manor residents celebrated Good Friday services and lunch afterwards with Immanuel Baptist Church. Those pictured include Linda Hazle, Martha Brandenburgh, Debbie Harris and Eva Sergent. Staff include Suzy Rupp, Marissa Barry, Jesse Baldridge, Megan Steffes and volunteer Janet Rodgers.

Mayfair Manor Men’s Group was graced with the presence of John Wayne Turner, aka “The Worm Man.” Mr. Turner explained the composting process that worms perform during their lives. Residents enjoyed handling the worms and witnessing their lives’ work. Residents pictured include Marvin Haydon, George Foley, Roy Queen, Bruce Cotton, David Paul, Robert Burnside, Jim Scearce and Robert Covington. Many thanks to Carl Jones for inviting “The Worm Man.”


More than 1,000 Signature staff members registered for the recent Spirituality LearnFEST, a virtual learning conference that encouraged participants to consider the impact of spirituality, if fully activated, in a long-term care environment.

And that number doesn’t even include the many who joined in groups, in offices, breakrooms and wherever there were TVs or computers at Signature centers across 10 states to view the live broadcast. The event featured sessions that tied spirituality to numerous aspects of long-term care and health care, from clinical care to legislative involvement and the impact of spirituality in the workplace.

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