September 23, 2022
Arrow Nicely News! – September 23, 2022
We have a great new episode for you today, all about Assisted Living Week! Please share this out using the links below, it really helps out the show and Arrow! FB: https://www.facebook.com/ArrowNicelyNews/posts/pfbid02Z7bcQ3uNhXFqqocs8BH4zkhez1oMqRFzCts37VbJLv3Rat5CtVhz9zjXYRH4Ai8Ll IG: https://www.instagram.com/tv/Ci3TP9ejKUS/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArrowSenior/status/1573425497782059008?s=20&t=A_6a8T6zx9KRHNane929fA LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6979191700522999808 On today’s episode, we’re checking out the National Assisted Living Week celebrations happening around Arrow communities! Each day was spearheaded […]
October 8, 2021
Arrow Nicely News – October 8, 2021
Welcome to another episode of Arrow Nicely News! Lenny Hernandez, the Face of Arrow, is your guide through some wonderful events that took place in Arrow communities throughout the week! In this episode, Dale Benfield tags along with VITALIA – Rockside as they visit the furry friends at the Cleveland Zoo! Arrow commemorates the International […]
September 21, 2021
Cassie Tweten Interviewed by Senior Housing News!
Cassie Tweten, Arrow Senior Living’s Chief Sales Officer, was recently named a 2021 Future Leader by Aging Media Network! This means that she is “a high-performing employee who is 40-years-old or younger, a passionate worker who knows how to put vision into action, and an advocate for seniors, and the committed professionals who ensure their […]
August 31, 2021
Parents and Positive Praise towards Children
Wow*~Awesome~*Great Job! Most of us love being recognized for a job well done! Whether it’s a parent, spouse, boss- it feels good to be noticed. But is it enough? A recent study found “process praise” was most effective in indirectly influencing other behaviors (such as doing well in classes like math or reading). This type of praise focuses on the work or effort a child […]
July 31, 2021
Motivation for Children at Home and During Speech Therapy
Motivation in Speech Therapy and At Home. Use specially designed questionnaires to find out what the child wanted to accomplish. These goals were related back to functional tasks related to therapy. For example, using statements such as “I would like to be able to ___ so I can ___ when I go home,” or “I would like […]
June 30, 2021
Help Children Make Easier Transitions
Transitions are hard! It can be hard to leave a fun activity or get started with something new! Here are 2 ideas to help: Countdown: Use a timer (phone, microwave, clock) or toy (3 blocks=3 minutes, take one away as each minute ends.) Try to be consistent and use the same countdown each time. We want to be predictable! Schedule: Pick […]
June 22, 2021
OzarksFirst.com Features The Fremont’s COVID-19 Restrictions Lifting
Apartment visits are also not off-limits anymore. “Which has made a huge difference,” Kay said. “We were seeing a lot of loneliness, depression, anxiety and now having the families back and being able to visit and spend the face-to-face time with them has been really good.” Click here to read the entire article!
April 30, 2021
Teach Back: What is it and Why does it matter?
The concept of “teach back” is not new! Think of any review session from school and there probably was some type of “teach back” moment. You have a “teacher” and a “learner.” The teacher first explains. Then the learner describes it back in his or her own words. A study showed this was 95% effective […]
February 17, 2021
Arrow Nicely News – February 12, 2021
Katie is in Argentum’s magazine! Valentine’s Day featuring Frank and Dee from VITALIA – Strongsville! CaringKind Soups! Arrow’s Story Corner for Black History Month! And Carnival in The KentRidge!
May 31, 2020
May is Better Speech and Hearing Month (BSHM)!
In honor of BSHM, here are some fun facts! 7% of children between the ages of 3 and 17 have a speech, language, or swallowing disorder. Children who regress can rebound! Dyslexia (difficulty reading and understanding/using written language) is the most common learning disability References:American Speech Language Hearing Association (2015). Almost 8 Percent of U.S. […]