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National Indoor Plant Week

— National Indoor Plant Week is recognized during the third week of September and there is no better time to add a little flora to your home. If you are thinking about plant ownership but aren’t confident in the greenness of your thumb, worry not! Here is an introduction to different types of house plants that... Read More

Learning Your Heart Age on World Heart Day, September 29

— Her age is 53. But her heart is 75 years old because she smokes and has uncontrolled high blood pressure. She’s not alone because most American adults have a heart that is older than their actual age. One way to understand your risk for a heart attack or stroke is to learn your “heart age.”... Read More

Patriot Day: A National Day of Service and Remembrance

— September 11, 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of the World Trade Center tragedy in New York City. This day is recognized as a tribute to those who passed away or were injured, as well as honoring first responders and defenders of our nation’s freedom. An annual ceremony takes place at Ground Zero, also known as... Read More

September is Save Your Photos Month

— Everyone loves to see photos of family, vacations, pets, grandchildren and more. Before digital cameras or camera phones, film was processed and prints were made instantly or sent back to us via mail. Saving photos is a step in preserving memories. Many of us still have albums and boxes full of prints prior to the... Read More

August is National Immunization Awareness Month

— This annual observance highlights the importance of getting recommended vaccines throughout your life. You have the power to protect yourself and your family against serious diseases, like COVID-19, measles, whooping cough, cancers caused by HPV, pneumonia, among others through on-time vaccination. Throughout the month of August, you’re encouraged to talk to your physician, nurse, or... Read More

Fruits of Summer

— With summer upon us, there is an abundance of fruits available that make them all the perfect, healthy summer snack. Be sure to consult your physician or dietician before making any changes to your diet. Apricots– Apricots are rich in potassium and magnesium which help supply stamina. They contain vitamin C, iron and beta carotene.... Read More

Four Basic Rules for Effective Reading and Better Comprehension

— Try to read more and more. Remember the saying: Practice makes progress. Develop the habit of reading for main ideas. Know the main characters. Know how they help the plot or move along the story. Learn to read with focus and concentration. Think of what you are reading. Do not let your attention wander to... Read More

Happiness Happens Month

— Every person deserves to be happy. Did you know happiness could be contagious? The more happy people there are, the more likely they are to inspire others to find happiness. We owe it to ourselves and society to work on our own happiness! Try these four simple steps: #1: Ready Yourself For Happiness. Part of... Read More

July Updates

— July Activities July 4th – Independence Day July 5th – Side Walk Egg Frying Day – clients will attempt to fry an egg on the side walk July 11th – Blueberry Monthly Day in celebration of Blueberry Muffin Month – clients will enjoy Blueberry Muffins July 12th – Jello Day – Clients will enjoy a... Read More

Employee Spotlight – July 2021

— We would like to shine the LIGHT on Mrs. Faye D. Mrs. Faye is our QAPI Coordinator and Staff Developer. Mrs. Faye has been with Rolling Hills for over 25 plus years. Her passion for the clients and staff shows each and every day. She is an inspiration to so many people and touches the... Read More