The Elm's Blog
By Brooke Constance White Special to The Sun
WESTERLY — Every student wants to experience that moment when a spark turns a hidden interest or skill into a lifelong career. These are the moments when students begin to discover what they might want to…
As published in the Westerly Sun by Catherine Hewitt
WESTERLY — With his new pub facility, salon and wellness center, Guy Maiorano, founder and owner of The Elms, wants to keep his residents happy and healthy in a modern, upscale way.
“We needed it…
By ANNA MARIA LEMOINE, The Westerly Sun Staff Writer
WESTERLY — Once a month, residents at The Elms retirement residence get fish and chips for dinner — a little indulgence in a mostly healthy regimen.
But the fried food is more than just a treat. …
AGE: A lady who will tell you her age will tell you anything.
OCCUPATION: Nurse manager at The Elms Retirement Campus in downtown Westerly.
RIGHT NOW I’M IN THE MIDDLE OF: Getting acquainted with the residents and their families at The Elms assiste…
Let’s face it; driving is one of our most important activities that allows us to live freely with the independence to come and go as we please. As time goes on though, that trip to the store or the doctor’s office gets more challenging. There are mor…
At the Elms Assisted Living every resident receives the following amenities at no additional cost:
Assistance available around the clock
Three nutritious and delicious meals daily, catering to special diets
A variety of snacks and beverages anyt…
10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s
Memory Loss That Disrupts Life
One of the most common signs of Alzheimer’s is memory loss. Asking for the same information over and over and relying on memory aids like keeping constant notes are a common signs of …
A recent letter to The Elms:
Dear Guy, Leslie and The Elms Staff,
Our family must thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the quality of care you all are giving to our mother, Libby Falcone.
Every person on staff has gone above and beyond to monitor and accommodate her needs. We witness her being treated with patience and kindness always. Janice, Tim, Karen, Wanda, Betty, Jeff and of course Joan have shown sincere concern for her during her recent health issues. We don’t know their names, but we do know that the night staff has intervened several times to help her. We are so grateful for the level of service and care our mother gets.
All this loving care by so many good people in so many different capacities underscores for us how special The Elms is for our mother and for our family.
We are convinced that our mother’s quality of life would never be as good in any other setting. We could never replicate this quality of life at home for our mother. She has the best of everything: The Elms and its entire staff are the best!
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Madeline Previti and Al Falcone