Resident Spotlight: Martha R.

Resident Spotlight: Martha R.

Martha was born in Dekalb county and that is where she met her husband Kenneth R. They grew up together in the same community and later feel in love and married in 1954. They later moved to McMinnville for Kenneth’s job. They were able to spend 50 years together in marriage before he passed away.... Read More
Employee of the Month: Nina Hall

Employee of the Month: Nina Hall

Nina has worked at Raintree for four years. She started working as a CNA and now works with our Activities Department on our Secure Unit. Nina is married and has three children ages 15, 9 and 8 years old. Every other weekend Nina and her husband who is an RN work for a company that... Read More
National Avocado Day

National Avocado Day

National Avocado Day is Wednesday, July 31, 2020. The consumption of avocados has doubled since 2005 and quadrupled since 2000. Avocados have heart healthy Omega 3 fatty acids and vitamins C, E and K. The ancient Aztecs used the fruit for skin masks, and the 20th century cosmetic industry uses them in creams, lotions and... Read More
Gorgeous Grandma Day

Gorgeous Grandma Day

Gorgeous Grandma Day was founded in 1984 by Alice Solomon. After she graduated at the age of 50 from Wellesley College, she felt society viewed women her age and older as senior citizens who were no longer useful or relevant. Solomon realized that “grandma” was a term denoting older women, whether actually grandmothers or not.... Read More
July is UV Safety Month: What You Eat May Protect Your Skin from the Sun

July is UV Safety Month: What You Eat May Protect Your Skin from the Sun

Researchers from Harvard University announced that lutein (LOO-teen) —a potent antioxidant found in such dark green, leafy vegetables as spinach and kale —may protect the skin from sun damage. “Lutein has been widely recognized for its eye health benefits for several years, but, our data is the first of its kind to suggest that lutein... Read More
Celebrating Independence Day

Celebrating Independence Day

In 1776 when the Declaration of Independence was signed, a staged party was planned to celebrate the birth of America and the separation from England. Colonists, families and towns continued to celebrate the anniversary of this freedom yearly on July 4 with large crowds and festivities. However, it wasn’t until 1870 that the Fourth of... Read More

COVID-19 UPDATE June 12, 2020

As we have seen across the nation, coronavirus and the resulting COVID-19 pandemic can cause serious outbreaks in nursing homes. Many of our residents are elderly and may have medical conditions putting them at a very high risk of becoming sick, or even severely ill, with COVID-19. We know you might be concerned about the... Read More
Employee of the Month: Chelsea Young

Employee of the Month: Chelsea Young

Chelsea Young is the employee of the month. She started working at Raintree as a CNA and is now our receptionist. She has two daughters, ages six and three who keep her very busy. Chelsea enjoys spending time with her family and traveling anywhere she can. In her spare time she can be found studying... Read More
Resident of the Month: Laura T.

Resident of the Month: Laura T.

Laura was born and raised here in Warren County. She married her husband Bill when she was eighteen. They went across the boarder of Georgia to get married because there was no waiting period in Georgia. Laura said that was what everyone was doing at the time. She was married to Bill for sixty four... Read More
Activity Highlights

Activity Highlights

We celebrated Nurse’s Week and Nursing Home Week last month. Activities were limited to in room but we had a great time. Here are a few of the pictures that capture our fun. Our activities’ staff did a great job with window art.