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Albany, Ky. – Clinton County Care & Rehabilitation Center has been named to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Nursing Homes 2014 list.

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Clinton County Care & Rehab has received accreditation for 2014 as a skilled nursing facility actively performing Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement activities.

The accreditation, presented by independent accreditor Providigm, LLC, demonstrates that the facility is continually assessing residents’ quality of life with regard to concerns such as pain, dignity, respect for resident choice, and quality of care problems such as whether there are enough staff to meet resident needs, weight loss, infections, rehabilitation following acute injury or illness, and prevention of readmissions to hospital.

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Lucille Thompson and Mary Dean Troxell had been awaiting a shopping trip to Wal-Mart for a few weeks . Mary Dean kept wondering each day  if she was taking enough money with her and Lucille was hurrying up until the day of. The morning of their trip, each of these ladies were up bright and early, ate their breakfasts hurriedly, and could not wait until the R-tech bus would arrive so we could get on the road. Mary Dean kept asking me, “When will the bus be here?” as she would check her watch. About five minutes after she would ask once, she would ask again.

Upon arriving at Wal-Mart, each of these ladies, and other elders, went about scurrying to find the best deals. Some found clothes, some found snacks and drinks, while others found crafting items. When it was time to leave, Lucille stated, “I wish I could stay all day, I could shop ’til I dropped!”

Everyone is excited for their next trip!

Pictured: Elders Lucille Thompson with Chasity Stearns, Elder Mary Troxell and Jennifer Owens, Elder Anna Irwin, Elder Walena Dalton, Elder Geneva Cross, Edler Jimmy Sidwell with Bro. Michael Cooper, and Elder Wendell Shelton.

Several elders got a chance to cruise Albany, in style, on a Suzuki Boulevard motorcycle. Shawn Shelley, housekeeping and laundry supervisor, shared his awesome motorcycle with the elders so many could relive “old times” or even ride for the first time.  

Ms. Doris Neal stated, “I’m glad I got another chance to ride again like I used to do when I was younger. This brings back memories for me. I used to like to ride motorcycles a lot!”

 Pictured are Elders Doris Neal, Elder Jimmy Sidwell,  Elder Walena Dalton, Elder Maggie Warinner, and Elder Wendell Shelton.


Brenda Blevins has been employed at Clinton County Care and Rehabilitation Center for ten years as the MDS Coordinator. She started out as a certified nursing assistant (CNA), then became a licensed practical nurse (LPN) and went on to become a registered nurse (RN).

Brenda was born in Santa Cruz, California, raised in Wellsville, New York, and attended school in Gloucester, Virginia. She joined the United States Air Force in 1988 where she was active duty as a weapons loader trainer, evaluator,and certifier until 1998. Brenda met her husband, Mark, while at Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina. They were married on September 21, 1996. They moved to Monticello, Kentucky in 2004, where they currently reside. Brenda has one son, a daughter, two stepdaughters, three grandsons, and one granddaughter.

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Angie Pruitt has been employed at Clinton County Care and Rehab for 12 years. She started out in the health care field as a CNA and went on to get her LPN license. Angie is a wonderful nurse and always takes the time help others. Angie is married to Henry Pruitt and they have two children, Noah and Nevaeh. She loves to spend time with her family, read, take pictures, and when she has the time to just relax. We are very fortunate to have Angie as part of our team. Thank you, Angie, for all your hard work and dedication. You truly are a blessing to us all!

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We would like to say “Congratulations!” to Dwight Kendrick. Mrs. Walena Dalton drew out his winning ticket Monday, July 28th, for the “Summertime Grill Fundraiser.” We would also like to say “Thank You” to Mr. Larry Ferguson for his donation of a new propane tank for our grill.

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Reflect-N-Us 2014 online Art Show – VOTE FOR US

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Reflect-N-Us Art Gallery

I encourage each of you to take a few minutes of your time to view our online gallery and place a vote for your favorite creations by our elders. Please forward onto friends and family. We want everyone to see! Please follow the link below, login, and vote! Deadline to place your vote is July 31, 2014 @5:00pm EST (http://www.reflectnus.com/).

Below are the categories, the names of the pieces of art that our elders have submitted to the Reflect-N-Us website for votes, and the page number it is found on.

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“Tree of Thanks,” “Dancing Flowers,” “Rainy Window,” and “Flower Garden.” These are the names of a few of the elders art projects. The month of June many elders have been creating art with the use of sponges, flyswatters, bubbles, bottles, buttons, and paint. Some were unsure of the hidden talents, until they tried a project.

If you would like to see all the “Art” that the artists have created, please join us for our “Reflect-N-Us Art Show Premiere” on Wednesday evening, July 16th, 6:00 PM, at the Home.

Judy Melton

Judy Melton has been employed at Clinton County Care and Rehab since December 5, 2013. Judy works in the dietary department as a dietary aide. She lives in Albany, Kentucky with her 15-year-old son, Isaac. Judy is the fourth child out of eight brothers and sisters.  She enjoys listening to Elvis Presley, spending time with her dad and son, watching movies. and swimming. She is also an avid animal lover. We are blessed to have Judy as part of our team.

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June 12th-19th is National Nursing Assistants’ Week. In Honor of this we have chosen all of are CNAs for the Employee Spotlight this month. Mayor Nicky Smith came by on June 12th to officialy proclaim CNA Week and is pictured with the DON and some of are wonderful CNAs.

We greatly appreciate the love, compassion, and care our elders receive everyday from our CNA team. Our elders ask for you by name and miss you when you are not here. Where would Nursing Homes be without the tireless, important work of the certified nursing assistants? Sometimes, the job is tough and thankless, but the CNA is the backbone that makes everyone else’s job a little easier.

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