February is American Heart Month! The Cedar Haven staff celebrated with a “dress down” fundraiser on “Red for Women” day, which raised over $100 for the American Heart Association. It’s always a great time to assess our lifestyles and make small changes that could lead to a healthier and longer life. Here are 7 keys to Heart Disease Prevention. How are you doing in these areas?

 

Want some additional tips on Heart Disease Prevention? Don’t miss our February “Live Well Work Well” Newsletter!

Live Well Work Well – February 2017

Live Well, Work Well – February 2017 – En Espanol

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Cedar Haven Coronavirus Report

Cedar Haven Coronavirus Report

 Daily COVID cases update Cedar Haven Residents (# of COVID-19 Positive Cases active on this date) 10 Cedar Haven Staff (#of COVID-19 Positive Cases active on this date) 5 While visitation is still ongoing at this time, we would like to inform you that for infection...

Staff Spotlight: Kim Webster

Staff Spotlight: Kim Webster

Please join us in thanking and recognizing Kim Webster for her dedication to the residents at Cedar Haven and her excellent ongoing work at our facility in our Therapeutic Recreation department. Kim was recently recognized for her exemplary service at Cedar Haven with...

Staff Spotlight: Kirstie Myers

Staff Spotlight: Kirstie Myers

Please join us in congratulating and thanking Kirstie Myers for her dedication to the residents at Cedar Haven and their wellbeing in Resident Relations. Kirstie was recently recognized for her exemplary service with our Employee of the Week award. Kirstie does a...