The residents at the Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center enjoyed a great day of fishing recently. The residents had help catching fish as well as releasing them back into the tank. It was a wonderful outdoor activity for all of the residents.
Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center Seniors would like to celebrate the Seniors of 2020. The facility wishes them all the best of luck in their future endeavors. “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams” – Eleanor Roosevelt.
Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center would like to send a big thank you to their friends at Health Pro Heritage and Mrs. Martha. Health Pro provided cookies and Mrs. Martha brought lunch for the staff. Needless to say, it was a very yummy day.
Residents and staff at Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center enjoyed a day at the Carnival. Treats, games, face painting, and a little musical entertainment to brighten peoples day.
Thank you to all of the nurses at Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center for all you do. “When it rains, look for rainbows. When it’s dark look for stars. When you need a superhero look for a nurse.”- Unknown
Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms at Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center. The facility celebrated with all the wonderful moms by giving them flowers and sweet treats to eat.
Thank you Barbourville KFC for bringing lunch to the staff at Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center. The facility also had a very special surprise visit from a local celebrity.
Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center would like to thank the University of the Cumberlands School of Nursing for the wonderful sign they placed at the facility. Everyone appreciates what nurses are doing for long-term care facilities across the Commonwealth.
Barbourville Health and Rehabilitaiton Center wants to wish all of their nursing staff a very happy Nurses Week (May 6 – May 12). Your hard work and dedication towards the residents are to be commended and admired. Thank you for all you do for the facility.
It was the first Saturday of May, but there was no running of the roses at Churchill Downs. That didn’t stop the residents and staff at Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center from celebrating. Drinks were made, there were stick horse races, and lots of gorgeous hats all over the facility.