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Today at Riverview there was a special farewell party to say goodbye to one of our own. Shane Johnson, Office Assistant, will be leaving us this week to begin a new journey. He has been accepted into to the newest class of the Kentucky State Police Academy. Many stakeholders and elders gathered together in the dining room to give Shane a big send off. Let’s just hope he remembers this if he ever catches us breaking the speed limit!

Riverview Health Care Center was recently named ‘Business of the Year’ by the Floyd County Chamber of Commerce. Check out the stories from the Pikeville Medical Leader and the Floyd County Times.

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It was certainly an entertaining afternoon at Riverview as a group of young kids blessed our elders with a special puppet show. A special thanks to Betsy Layne Free Will Baptist Church for providing this wonderful event. Check out some pics…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The final day of our National Nursing Home Week celebration at Riverview was Western Day. The boys fired up the grill for some bbq ribs and chicken. Corn on the cob, baked beans, and coleslaw completed the menu for western day. The day was filled with music and games. There was country karaoke by a multitude of care partners, but the most entertaining part of the day was when our elders participated in classic country karaoke. This week has been a blast and western day was no exception! Thanks to all who helped make this week possible. Check out some pics from western day.

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4 of National Nursing Home Week at Riverview was a Luau Party! The dining area was decorated like an island paradise with the soothing sounds of Hawaiian music playing across the sound system. Everyone was dressed in the island apparel and fresh fruits and daiquiris were served. No party would be complete without party games, and local musician Charlie Palmer provided the entertainment. The evening wrapped up with a real pig roast. It was a lovely day here at Riverview Island and a great day for a LUAU PARTY!!! Check out some pics.

Signature HealthCARE and the Department of Spirituality will welcome several spiritual and community leaders to our corporate office in Louisville, KY for our 2015 Interfaith Global Day of Prayer celebration.

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Day 3 of National Nursing Home week at Riverview was “Back to the 80′s” day. It was a blast from the past as the hits from the 80′s were heard throughout the dining area. Everyone came dressed in their 80′s clothing and hair. Elders and care partners enjoyed a pizza party as “ALF” and “Who’s the Boss” played on the big screen t.v. The fun really began when we broke out the microphone for 80′s karaoke.

To make this event even more fun, we had a real photo booth set up free for everyone’s enjoyment. You couldn’t get to the party without first passing the 80′s candy table that was stocked full of Ring Pops, Big League Chew, Gushers, Push Pops, and other favorite candies of the 80′s. Check out a few pics from this TOTALLY AWESOME event!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2 of National Nursing Home Week at Riverview was “Back to the 50′s” day. The 50′s music was playing in ”Big Al’s Riverview Diner” as everyone was served burgers, dogs, and root beer floats. The crowd was entertained by a host of care partners who performed in a 50′s karaoke contest.

The fun was just beginning as everyone then gathered outside our home for a 50′s car show. Back to the 50′s day was certainly a blast! A special thanks to the East KY Gearheads for bringing their classic cars. Check out some pics…

 

 

 

 

 

In honor of National Nursing Home Week, Riverview celebrated Monday with “Come to the Fair” day. Carnival music and the smell of popcorn, corn dogs, cotton candy, and funnel cakes filled the dining area as our elders, care partners, and family members made their way out to an area decorated with balloons and a carnival tent. There was a real magic show and carnival games for their entertainment. It was certainly a great day to “come to the fair.”

 

 

 

 

 

It was a pleasant evening at Riverview as the precious mother’s from our  home gathered together in our dining room for “Mother’s Day Tea.”