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Dear Family and Friends,
Green House Living for Sheridan invites you, your friends and family to our:
SUMMER BIRD PATH CELEBRATION Sunday, June 28, 2015 from 4pm to 6pm
Enjoy music and pizza with our Green House Community to CELEBRATE the final completion of our Bird Path, gazebo, plantings & landscaping!
We thank all who helped us!
Free Pizza, Beverages and Dessert will be served! Please bring your own lawn chair. We’ll see you there.
Green House Living for Sheridan Board of Directors, Staff and Elders
Green House Living for Sheridan has achieved an overall quality rating of five stars per the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services effective May, 2015! This Overall Rating is compiled from health inspections, nurse staffing, and measures of medical quality of care.
Thank you to all or our staff who have worked very hard for this outcome!
On June 22nd, 2015, Green House Living for Sheridan took 13 of our elders out to the Ranchester City Park for a picnic before our first fishing trip at the Ranchester City pond. The weather was absolutely beautiful and we had lots of bites! What fun!
It was the first fishing tripeverfor elder, Ann Greeley, who also caught the biggest fish! Family members Wayne and Barbara Ransbottom, along with Wayne’s sister, Susie, volunteered their time to help with the fishing and provided the fishing poles and bait. Wayne made the arrangements with the Game and Fish for Green House Living to acquire a special limited fishing permit so we can do this again in the future! Thank you to all the volunteers and staff members, Wayne, Misty, Bessie, Jennifer, Julie and Chris who helped our elders enjoy the day!
Amelia Thomas Celebrates 100th Birthday Amelia Thomas celebrated her 100th birthday on June 9th. She had a horse-drawn carraige pick her up on June 14th with her family.
MUSIC & MEMORY Certification Training being offered by Green House Living June 16th–18th
Families care deeply about their loved ones’ well-being in nursing homes— not only for their health and safety, but also for their quality of life. In fact, 83 percent of families looking for a nursing home responded that they would favor one that offers personalized music. Now Green House Living for Sheridan is going to become a certified Music and Memory community! A generous gift donated by Marion (Muff) Niedringhaus will help us to sponsor this training to our staff, family members and volunteers.
About 15 of our staff members and volunteers will be going through the certification training in a couple of weeks. Stay tuned to hear more about the implementation of this program for our elders’ life enrichment by enjoying the music of their era!
Please visit our Employment page for a list of current job openings and announcements.
We will gladly accept applications from any State Certified Registered Nurse (RN), Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA).
Currently we are seeking a Full-Time (30 Hours or More) LPN or RN for evening shifts (2pm to 10pm) for approximately 4 days per week.
Creating loving homes where individuals live dignified, fulfilling lives through quality care, personal choice and positive relationships
In 2005, the vision to build Green House cottages in Sheridan grew out of the wish of Sheridan caregivers who wanted something better for their loved ones. It progressed through a community needs assessment, partnership with the City of Sheridan, and the creation of a nonprofit legal entity called Alternative Elder Living, Inc. (AEL). Sheridan is the first community in the nation to create Green House homes through the will of committed and passionate citizens that believed in the mission:
Creating loving homes where individuals live dignified, fulfilling lives through quality care, personal choice and positive relationships.
Through the generosity of the Sheridan community with donations of over $3,000,000 and a USDA loan of $5.2 million, the four cottages have been built and are a home to many elders.
Alternative Elder Living, Inc. a 501(c )(3) organization dba Green House Living for Sheridan is a part of the national Green House Project. The national movement envisions homes in every community where:
Elders and others enjoy excellent quality of life and quality of care
They, their families, and the staff engage in meaningful relationships built on equality, empowerment, and mutual respect
People want to live and work
All are protected, sustained, and nurtured without regard to the ability to pay