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Yoga Tips & Tricks for Seniors

Yoga can be a low-impact form of exercise that has many potential benefits for seniors. When practiced regularly, yoga improves flexibility and strength, and it can help reduce the effects of stress through breathing exercises and mindful relaxation. If you’re thinking about trying yoga for yourself, make sure you keep your safety first, as you would with any … read more >>


Graduates of Siegel High School to Join AdamsPlace as Certified Nursing Aides

At AdamsPlace, we have been honored to host seven area high school students for their clinical rotation during the course of their Certified Nursing Aide education. The students have now completed their training as CNAs, a crucial part of the team of healthcare professionals here at AdamsPlace. On Thursday, May 3, at the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, the … read more >>


Resident Profile: Audene Phillips

Audene Phillips was born on the antique bed pictured below along with three of her four siblings. They were raised on a farm on Sulphur Springs Road here in Murfreesboro. She attended Central High School and MTSU. After college, she worked for UT Agriculture Services and then in 1963, she returned to MTSU where she served as the Executive Secretary for five Presidents. … read more >>


AdamsPlace recognized as 2017-18 Best Nursing Home by U.S. News & World Report

AdamsPlace has been recognized as one of the 2017-18 Best Nursing Homes by U. S. News & World Report. A total of twenty-three NHC affiliates have received this recognition. This distinction, awarded each year to only 15 percent of nursing homes throughout the country, is the most comprehensive performance evaluation of skilled nursing centers in the U.S. and … read more >>


New Research: Older Adults Grow as Many Brain Cells as Younger Adults

For the first time, researchers have shown that older adults can generate as many new brain cells as younger people. Researchers from Columbia University and New York State Psychiatric Institute studied brains of various ages, and found that each one showed evidence of producing a similar number of new brain cells. The topic of brain development and aging has been … read more >>


What to Do About Driving Safety Concerns

Aging looks different for everyone. While some people may be able to drive safely well into their later years with no trouble at all, it’s important to keep an eye out for signs that you should talk with your loved ones about their safety behind the wheel. Changes in health—including changes in vision, hearing, mobility and memory—can alter … read more >>


Get to Know: Lindsay VanderKooi, Memory Care Coordinator at Adamsplace

Lindsey VanderKooi has joined our team as the new Memory Care Coordinator. A native of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Lindsey earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Recreation from Calvin College in 2015. She is a Certified Recreation Specialist, and has experience working in a variety of settings with various populations. She has worked in pediatric rehabilitation, … read more >>


How Pet Therapy Benefits Seniors in Assisted Living

Meet our new therapy puppy, Ella! Our residents have already fallen in love with her. While petting a new puppy is sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face, it can be especially meaningful for seniors. At AdamsPlace, pet therapy provides our residents with a wonderful opportunity to catch up, reach out and connect with staff and other residents. Even our … read more >>


A Better Continuum Means Better Care

As healthcare providers, our paramount goal is always the health of our patients. With our population ages increasing in the United States and around the world, that means developing an ever-expanding range of services and new ways to deliver them to meet needs not even envisioned just a few years ago. Today, we're seeing more age-related diseases, including many … read more >>


Specialized Memory Care a Growing Part of the Continuum

According to the World Health Organization, someone is diagnosed with dementia, on average, every 3 seconds. That translates to 9.9 million new diagnoses per year, with the number projected to increase over the coming years. Read more. … read more >>


AdamsPlace Opens Memory Care Center, Celebrates 20 Year Anniversary

PICTURED: Murfreesboro Mayor, Shane McFarland; Rutherford Co. Chamber President, Paul Latture; Representative Mike Sparks; Representative Dawn White; NHC President, Mike Ussery; NHC CEO, Steve Flatt; AdamsPlace Administrator, Buckley Winfree; NHC Chairman, Robert Adams; Executive Director, Ann Clark; Aleta Daughtery; Tacoya James; Rutherford Co. Mayor, … read more >>


AdamsPlace Awarded at NHC Food and Nutrition Conference

AdamsPlace received five awards at the 2016 NHC Food and Nutrition Conference for their excellence in Food Service. The awards included the Clinical Excellence Award, Augusta E. Walker Award, Dining Services of the Year Award, Dietary Services of the Year Award and the Customer Satisfaction Award (all pictured above). Congratulations to Ann Winkles … read more >>


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