“Death By 1,000 Cuts” Visits Whitney Center

Sean O'connorUncategorized

Black (Rodney Moore), Gold (Sharmont Little), Red (Stephen King) and Green (Jason Hall). Lucy Gellman Photos. Whitney Center recently hosted the play “Death by a Thousand Cuts” written and directed by Steve Driffin.  Team members, residents and their guests watch the play/reading and then participated in a talk-back session with the cast.   Frances “Bitsie” Clark who had seen the play … Read More

Your Sleep “sweet spot” Can Protect Your Brain

Michelle PandolfiUncategorized

Find your sleep ‘sweet spot’ to protect your brain as you age, study suggests By Kristen Rogers, CNN How long older adults sleep could affect their brain health, according to a study published Monday in the journal JAMA Neurology. Disrupted sleep is common in late life, the study authors wrote, and associated with changes in cognitive function — the mental capacity for learning, thinking, reasoning, … Read More

Thrive at Home is CARF Accredited for its Life-Care-at-Home Sevice

Sean O'connorUncategorized

Thrive at Home is CARF accredited for its life-care-at-home service   Thrive at HomeSM with Whitney Center has been and remains CARF accredited since 2018.  The CARF program is the internationally-recognized benchmark of quality health and human services. At the time of the program’s accreditation Thrive at Home was the only life care at home program in the country with … Read More