September Newsletter
September is Healthy
 Ageing Month!
This month our Facebook page and Website will have information about:
  • preventing falls,
  • warning signs of stroke,
  • healthy exercises at home,
  • how an Occupational Therapist can help you and
  • how acupuncture could reduce your pain.
Click on the play button to watch a video from the National Council on Ageing and the American Occupational Therapy Association walking through ways to reduce falls in your home...
Birthday Party in the pool during last year's cleaning...
Facility/Membership Update
In consideration of the ongoing COVID-19 changes as well as the Boulder Point facility needs, it has been decided to discontinue our membership, swim lessons and joint mobility programs indefinitely.

One-on-one, Aquatic Physical Therapy will continue and it is our intention to resume our classes when renovations are complete and we have a safe plan of return established.

This was not an easy decision but it is an opportunity to begin doing the needed repairs and upgrades to the facility starting with the HVAC system, which was approved by the PBCH Board.

We want to publicly thank Liz, Kristin, Anna, Callie, Mary and Diana for all their hard work, dedication and energy they continuously put into their classes! We look forward to the day when we can bring these programs back.
Read Our Latest Press Release
about anticipatory grief by our Hospice Chaplain and Bereavement Counselor, Guy Tillson, MDiv. MA
Masked CPR Training for Employees!
WE'RE GROWING AGAIN!
  • Home care RN
  • Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)
  • Physical Therapist Home care and Outpatient
NANA/PBCH MERGER DISSOLVED
NANA and PBCH engaged in several months of conversations regarding a strategic alliance. The planned path forward was an amicable integration, and both agencies were headed toward the signing of a merger agreement. However, in the final analysis they recognized that they did not truly share the same vision of the future and ended the process. Each agency will continue to provide Home Care and Hospice services in their respective communities sustaining their shared commitment to quality and mutual support as needed. 
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