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    Employees in the spotlight

    We’re incredibly grateful to have a team of caring, talented and dedicated employees at Rolla Presbyterian Manor. Here are just a few individuals who make our lives better by being a part of our community.Jennifer FeltnerHuman resource manager; staff member for Fulton and Rolla Presbyterian Manors since July 2019What I enjoy about working at Rolla Presbyterian Manor: “One of the things that I quickly noticed was how supportive everyone was. Everyone has similar goals in mind.   Read More...

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    Thank you, therapists

    When it comes to rehabilitation, our residents are in good hands with the Aegis partners and restorative aides we have dedicated to our community. These therapists offer a full range of care to handle any need, and we are grateful for everything they do for us!“We offer physical therapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy and are now offering a restorative program,” said Alycia Maasen, director of rehab and physical therapist assistant for Aegis.There are eight therapists on the...  Read More...

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    Payne family memories are made in the great outdoors

    While Father’s Day may include gifting dad with a new tie, tools, bacon of the month club membership or hand-drawn picture, it’s also about spending time together and making memories.“My children make every Father’s Day special. Sometimes we have a cookout, and sometimes we go out to eat. The thing that makes it special for me is being able to spend the day with the children and grandchildren,” said Jim Payne, environmental services director at Rolla Presbyterian Ma...  Read More...

  • Kitchen supervisor receives culinary certificate

    In August, Kitchen Supervisor Amy Skaggs attended a two-day Premier Culinary Clinic where she learned a few new tricks of the trade from some of the industry’s leading executive chefs.During the clinic, participants received intensive training on how to not only make their dishes taste good, but look good, too.“The clinic was only two days, but they taught us a lot,” said Amy. “It was very hands-on with the chefs. We got to make new dishes and learn the best way to garnis...  Read More...

  • Teresa Wood celebrates 20 years of care

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