Nurse Licensure Announcement

separator

Bonnie Lee, LPN We are pleased to announce that Bonnie Lee, LPN, one of our employees, has recently completed her Red Cross CPR Certified Instructor training. This advanced training program has equipped Bonnie with the knowledge and skills to provide comprehensive CPR instruction to our staff, ensuring they are well-prepared to handle any situation, including [...]

Read More

Hannah Cline Promoted to Director of Nursing at SENIORCARE HOMES

separator

Hannah Cline - Director of Nursing SeniorCare Homes LLC (www.seniorcare-homes.com) based in Prairie Village, is pleased to announce the appointment of Hannah Cline as Director of Nursing. This new role will oversee clinical operations for our 5 Johnson County locations at every level including compliance with the State of Kansas. Previously, Hannah had been a [...]

Read More

Coronavirus

separator

Dear SeniorCare Families & Friends, As most of you are aware, the media has been providing daily updates on the national outbreak of respiratory illness caused by coronavirus (COVID-19). To prevent spread of the virus in the United States, the US State Department and the CDC are advising US residents to discontinue travel to China, […]

Read More

Kyle Miller Joins the SeniorCare Homes Leadership Team

separator

  Kyle Miller - Controller SeniorCare Homes LLC (www.seniorcare-homes.com) based in Prairie Village, is pleased to announce the appointment of Kyle Miller to Controller. This role will enhance our ability to drive financial efficiency as our reach and services continue to grow. Kyle brings an extensive background in multi-site property management that will be beneficial [...]

Read More
doctor with clip board

Questions to Ask Your Parent’s Doctor

separator

Are you concerned about the health of a parent or senior loved one? If your mother or father is beginning to display signs of a serious condition such as Alzheimer’s or dementia, it’s important to have a discussion with their doctor. At SeniorCare Homes of Prairie Village, nearby Overland Park and Kansas City, our staff […]

Read More
new ceo matt

SeniorCare Homes LLC To Add President Position

separator

Matthew White - President SeniorCare Homes LLC (www.seniorcare-homes.com) based in Prairie Village,  is pleased to announce the appointment of Matthew White to President, and owner & founder Jerry Pullins to the role of Chief Executive Officer.  This restructure comes as current Director of Operations, Diane Wining, will retire into a more limited role later this [...]

Read More
senor care homes blog image

6 New Tech Solutions For Seniors

separator

In this digital world, it’s easy for seniors to be overwhelmed by new technology. Whether they have a smartphone, laptop, or desktop computer, there are many new resources being created today that can help seniors feel more connected, healthy, and safe in Overland Park and Kansas City, KS, and beyond.  SeniorCare Homes makes it a […]

Read More
senor care homes blog image

Top Memory-Boosting Foods for Seniors

separator

Although there’s no single “cure-all” superfood to prevent memory impairment, there are some essential dietary tips to help seniors maintain a healthy mind. At SeniorCare Homes in Overland Park, Kansas, we are a family-owned business focusing on Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s, and memory loss care. SeniorCare Homes also encourages healthy living and eating for individuals who […]

Read More
staff member and senior woman making cookies

How to Overcome Isolation and Loneliness in Seniors

separator

As seniors get older, it’s understandable that they feel lonely or isolated when transitioning into your care or the care of someone else. Whether they are suffering from a devastating illness such as Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s, or if they have recently gone through the trauma of losing a spouse, they may feel as if their […]

Read More
senior people playing bingo

Helpful Activities for Seniors With Dementia

separator

Are you caring for a senior who has been diagnosed with Dementia? Some everyday activities can cause a strain on them as well as you and your family. While some activities have become too difficult for your loved one, certain types of activities have been proven to improve the quality of their life. This is […]

Read More