Appreciating Our Heroes

Our employees continue to provide the best possible care for our residents. Every day they take every precaution to ensure that everyone in our facility is healthy and safe. They continue to demonstrate positivity and hope to our residents, and prove that they are real heroes. To thank them for all their hard work and…

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Not All Heroes Wear Capes

At Atlantic Coast, we know we have the most AMAZING staff. They are prepared for whatever has been and will be thrown their way. From our nurses to our therapist, they have been real heroes during this difficult time. We wanted to give our heroes a sweet treat, so we set up an Ice Cream…

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Applauding Our Health Heroes

During this global pandemic, we need to stand beside our community heroes. The Nursing Home Industry is most vulnerable and at risk during this critical time. We’re grateful for our healthcare heroes and proudly say that this is where heroes work! We stand by them and all that they do to keep our elderly protected…

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Keeping Positive During A Pandemic

We have all had to adjust to this new style of living during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our visitation policies have changed, and how we celebrate holidays have changed as well. At Atlantic Coast, we always want to make sure that we keep a positive and happy atmosphere for our residents. Last week, our lovely staff…

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Keeping Families Connected

To keep our wonderful residents safe during this unprecedented time, our doors have been closed to visitors. We wanted to ensure that our residents still felt connected to the outside world, specifically their families. Atlantic Coast has been offering video calls so that families can see their loved ones are safe, and are doing well.

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Self-Quarantine or Isolation?

  As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread at alarming rates,  governments across the world are taking more aggressive measures to contain it and to “flatten the curve.” By looking at Italy’s current and dire situation, governments are struggling to find ways to prevent illness and deaths as well as a  similar collapse of the…

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Brain Injury Awareness Month

For more than three decades, the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) has proudly led the nation in observing Brain Injury Awareness Month by conducting an engaging public awareness campaign in March of each year. This campaign provides a platform for educating the general public about the incidence of brain injury and the needs of…

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Medicare’s Response to the Coronavirus

  Medicare is the leading healthcare insurance program for individuals in the United States age 65 years and older. Now that the coronavirus has hit the United States, with older adults and those with chronic serious medical conditions at a higher risk, what is Medicare’s response to the coronavirus?   Medicare has dedicated a page…

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