News Year: 2020

Bethesda Towne Square Residents Share Valentine’s Day thoughts!

Residents at our Bethesda Towne Square Assisted Living Community took a few minutes to share their Valentine’s Day thoughts! These “favorite memories” are sure to make you laugh . . . and maybe even shed a tear or two! The photos captured and sentiments shared are truly priceless!   View more Valentine’s Day photos and… Read more »

Bethesda Towne Square Residents Share Valentine’s Day thoughts!

Residents at our Bethesda Towne Square Assisted Living Community took a few minutes to share their Valentine’s Day thoughts! These “favorite memories” are sure to make you laugh . . . and maybe even shed a tear or two! The photos captured and sentiments shared are truly priceless!   View more Valentine’s Day photos and… Read more »

From Our Heart to Yours (Bethesda Home Video)

Who or what touches your heart? Can Love last forever? Bobbie Buechler, Activity Director at Bethesda Aberdeen, created this adorable Valentine’s Day video featuring some of our nursing home residents (looks like a few staff members joined in the fun too)! Watch our video on FB here! Happy Valentine’s Day from Bethesda Home of Aberdeen!

From Our Heart to Yours (Bethesda Home Video)

Who or what touches your heart? Can Love last forever? Bobbie Buechler, Activity Director at Bethesda Aberdeen, created this adorable Valentine’s Day video featuring some of our nursing home residents (looks like a few staff members joined in the fun too)! Watch our video on FB here! Happy Valentine’s Day from Bethesda Home of Aberdeen!

Aberdeen News: “Group aims to bring more community awareness about dementia”

•By Elisa Sand esand@aberdeennews.com Aberdeen News Published Feb. 12, 2020 Imagine a menu with limited choices and no prices. It’s not a children’s menu, but an option a restaurant could consider as a way to be more accommodating for people with dementia. When Jessica Rehder and Charity Pionk talk about the menus, they see them… Read more »

Aberdeen News: “Group aims to bring more community awareness about dementia”

•By Elisa Sand esand@aberdeennews.com Aberdeen News Published Feb. 12, 2020 Imagine a menu with limited choices and no prices. It’s not a children’s menu, but an option a restaurant could consider as a way to be more accommodating for people with dementia. When Jessica Rehder and Charity Pionk talk about the menus, they see them… Read more »

It’s February . . . love is in the air!

If you’re looking for a fun (or romantic) gift for a loved one; and can’t find it locally . . . don’t forget that Amazon supports Bethesda Aberdeen! Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible smile.amazon.com purchases to the charities selected by customers. Check out our direct access link:  https://smile.amazon.com/ch/46-0367117    

It’s February . . . love is in the air!

If you’re looking for a fun (or romantic) gift for a loved one; and can’t find it locally . . . don’t forget that Amazon supports Bethesda Aberdeen! Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible smile.amazon.com purchases to the charities selected by customers. Check out our direct access link:  https://smile.amazon.com/ch/46-0367117    

Move through Life with EnerG® by Aegis

Wellness is a lifestyle in our community. Our goal is to help you move through life. We have found a clear link between healthy aging, the independence of our residents and the proactive pursuit of wellness. That’s why we offer EnerG® by Aegis wellness programs. Learn more about how Bethesda partners with EnerG® by Aegis.… Read more »

Move through Life with EnerG® by Aegis

Wellness is a lifestyle in our community. Our goal is to help you move through life. We have found a clear link between healthy aging, the independence of our residents and the proactive pursuit of wellness. That’s why we offer EnerG® by Aegis wellness programs. Learn more about how Bethesda partners with EnerG® by Aegis.… Read more »

Governor Kristi Noem Signs Dementia Awareness Proclamation

  Thanks to all who traveled to the Capitol in Pierre to educate our lawmakers on dementia. It is vital that we’re proactive as communities (and as a state) to help those directly affected by dementia, and those who serve as caregivers. We were blessed to have Governor Kristi Noem sign a proclamation declaring it… Read more »

Governor Kristi Noem Signs Dementia Awareness Proclamation

  Thanks to all who traveled to the Capitol in Pierre to educate our lawmakers on dementia. It is vital that we’re proactive as communities (and as a state) to help those directly affected by dementia, and those who serve as caregivers. We were blessed to have Governor Kristi Noem sign a proclamation declaring it… Read more »

Bethesda Aberdeen Remembers K.O. Lee and his lasting legacy

On behalf of all of us at Bethesda Aberdeen, we extend our sincere sympathy to the family and friends of K.O. Lee, whose funeral is being held 1/11/2020 at Bethlehem Lutheran church. The Lee family made many contributions to the Aberdeen community. Karl Lee took over the family’s successful company as President in 1978, expanding it… Read more »

Bethesda Aberdeen Remembers K.O. Lee and his lasting legacy

On behalf of all of us at Bethesda Aberdeen, we extend our sincere sympathy to the family and friends of K.O. Lee, whose funeral is being held 1/11/2020 at Bethlehem Lutheran church. The Lee family made many contributions to the Aberdeen community. Karl Lee took over the family’s successful company as President in 1978, expanding it… Read more »

Aberdeen American News: Bethesda Evolves through 50 Years

Thanks to Katherine Grandstrand and John Davis of the Aberdeen News for sharing our story of 50 years of service in the community/region. Below is an excerpt from the story featuring an interview with Scott Eisenbeisz, CEO/Administrator for Bethesda Aberdeen. Bethesda evolves through 50 years By Katherine Grandstrand kgrandstrand@aberdeennews.com On Dec. 26, 1969, a new… Read more »

Aberdeen American News: Bethesda Evolves through 50 Years

Thanks to Katherine Grandstrand and John Davis of the Aberdeen News for sharing our story of 50 years of service in the community/region. Below is an excerpt from the story featuring an interview with Scott Eisenbeisz, CEO/Administrator for Bethesda Aberdeen. Bethesda evolves through 50 years By Katherine Grandstrand kgrandstrand@aberdeennews.com On Dec. 26, 1969, a new… Read more »