Author Archives: Russell Silberman
Dear Residents and Families, Our last COVID positive resident is now testing negative, therefore all residents have recovered and there are no current cases of COVID-19 in the building. Additionally, no new employee positives to report.
High blood pressure, sometimes referred to as hypertension, affects nearly 50% of American adults. Every year in May, High Blood Pressure Education Month aims to raise awareness about this potentially fatal health condition. This article will provide information on high blood pressure and some helpful tips to mitigate your risk factors.
Dear Residents and Families, We have one new resident positive case of COVID-19, however several previously positive cases are now testing negative, so our current total of positive cases is six. We also have one new employee positive result.
Dear Residents and Families, We had one additional positive resident COVID result today, but three previous cases are now testing negative, so our current total of COVID positive residents in house is nine. Additionally, three employees have tested positive. No new updates to our visitation policy at this time.
Dear Residents and Families, We had another two residents on West Unit test positive for COVID-19 today. That brings our current total to 11 cases. No new employee positives to report at this time.
Dear Residents and Families, We had four additional positive COVID-19 cases over the weekend among our residents. All cases are confined to West Unit. No new resident positive cases today. No new employee positives to report.
Occupational therapists play a vital role in the rehabilitation and support of individuals worldwide. As April is Occupational Therapy Month, this article will delve into occupational therapy and its associated benefits.
This year’s Easter festivities included coloring Easter eggs and a visit from the Easter Bunny! Take a look at these photos to see all the fun our residents and staff had.
Dear Residents and Family Members, COVID-19 transmission rates in Suffolk County are on the rise again, with the seven day positivity average now at 4.6%. Fortunately, San Simeon has no new cases to report among residents or staff and we have been virus free since January. Despite the increases in positive cases in the community, […]
Cancer of the colon or rectum is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers throughout the US. Initiated in 2000, National Colorectal Cancer Month aims to raise awareness for this potentially deadly medical condition, urging Americans to take preventative measures to mitigate their risks. This article will provide you with facts about colorectal cancer and […]