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COVID-19 Update: August 5th

Dear Westminster Residents, Families and Staff: As a clarification of information we are issuing an update regarding our employees. Previously we have had one (1) employee case that had tested positive which is now resolved and negative and had not worked prior to being exposed. We now also have one (1) current additional positive employee. […]

COVID-19 Update: August 4th

Dear Westminster Residents, Families and Staff: We continue to appreciate your cooperation through our unchartered territory of COVID-19. As we enter into a new month, we have been keeping up with the ever-changing guidelines of the Indiana State Department of Health, CDC, CMS and our local health department, which can change on a daily basis. […]

COVID-19: Update July 31st

Dear Residents, Families and Staff: We are very grateful and thankful for the overall cooperation we have experienced during this journey of uncertainty related to COVID-19. We remain cautiously optimistic that we have no COVID cases to report.  We continue to request your thoughts, positive support, encouragement and prayers in whatever way you express your […]

Chaplain’s Corner: XV

“Humility” From time to time people debate which sin or character defect is the worst of the worst. For British author and theologian C.S. Lewis it was no contest. “The essential vice, the utmost evil, is Pride. Unchastity, anger, greed, drunkenness, and all that, are mere fleabites in comparison. It was through Pride that the […]

Chaplain’s Corner: XIV

“Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow” When people respond to God’s call to ministry, they may inevitably wonder where they’ll be led to serve. Thomas Ken, born just outside London in 1637, couldn’t have imagined he would one day become Chaplain to the King of England. And that he would consider it the most […]

Chaplain’s Corner: Vol XIII

“God the Artist” Around the mid-1800’s at a Scottish seaside inn, there was an accident. A serving maid was carrying a pot of tea past a table of fisherman just as one of the men gestured enthusiastically to show the size of the fish he claimed to have caught. He snagged the teapot and down […]

Chaplain’s Corner: Vol XII

“Good News-Bad News” You need to deliver some good news and some bad news. Which news should you pass along first? Daniel Pink, author of “When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing”, reports that most doctors, teachers and personnel managers prefer to lead with the positive. Their conviction is that good news is a great […]

COVID-19 Update: July 14th, 2020

Dear Residents, Families and Staff: First and foremost we want to thank you for everyone’s kindness, support and cooperation during these uncharted times. We are blessed to have an amazing staff that have provided care and services for your very special loved ones.  We are also thankful that we remain COVID-19 free at the present […]

COVID-19 Update: July 6th, 2020

Dear Residents, Families and Staff: We want to provide you with an update regarding the guidance that was released last week related to:  Beauty Salons; Outdoor Visitation; and Essential Family Caregivers. Beauty Salons – the Skilled Health Center Beauty Shop will begin seeing residents tomorrow, Tuesday July 7th, 2020. The Residential Beauty Shop will begin […]

Chaplain’s Corner: Vol XI

“Cleanliness is Next to Godliness” That declaration typically appears in Top 10 lists of statements people wrongly assume are in the Bible. It was actually coined by John Wesley, founder of the Methodist Church in a 1787 sermon. Wesley, interestingly, wasn’t talking about hygiene. He was encouraging the habit of wearing clean clothes. It can […]