News Tag: Aberdeen Bethesda

Looking Back: 2014 K.O. Lee Adult Day Health Center Opens

Our Bethesda Aberdeen Story began in December of 1969. Around the family Christmas tree in December of 1969, kids were opening up gifts from Santa such as Silly String, Big Wheels and Nerf Balls. On the healthcare front, care options for seniors were also undergoing cultural adjustments to provide senior long term care opportunities outside… Read more »

Looking Back: 2014 K.O. Lee Adult Day Health Center Opens

Our Bethesda Aberdeen Story began in December of 1969. Around the family Christmas tree in December of 1969, kids were opening up gifts from Santa such as Silly String, Big Wheels and Nerf Balls. On the healthcare front, care options for seniors were also undergoing cultural adjustments to provide senior long term care opportunities outside… Read more »

Bethesda Spaghetti Supper

Bethesda Spaghetti Supper Sunday, Nov. 10th 4 – 7 pm K.O. Lee Adult Day Health Center 1403 15th Avenue Southeast Aberdeen, SD Bring the whole family! Free-will donation! Proceeds designated for programs and services at Bethesda Aberdeen.

Bethesda Spaghetti Supper

Bethesda Spaghetti Supper Sunday, Nov. 10th 4 – 7 pm K.O. Lee Adult Day Health Center 1403 15th Avenue Southeast Aberdeen, SD Bring the whole family! Free-will donation! Proceeds designated for programs and services at Bethesda Aberdeen.

When caregivers need a break…

Jim Herman, right, talks with his wife Kathy Herman as they visit while walking about K.O.Lee Adult Day Health Center at Bethesda in Aberdeen. American News photo by John Davis When caregivers need a break or loneliness lingers, adult day care is an option By Erin Ballard enballard@aberdeennews.com When Jim Herman first noticed something was… Read more »

When caregivers need a break…

Jim Herman, right, talks with his wife Kathy Herman as they visit while walking about K.O.Lee Adult Day Health Center at Bethesda in Aberdeen. American News photo by John Davis When caregivers need a break or loneliness lingers, adult day care is an option By Erin Ballard enballard@aberdeennews.com When Jim Herman first noticed something was… Read more »

Dementia Friendly America Announced at Aberdeen City Council

Yesterday at the Aberdeen City Council meeting, Charity Pionk of K.O. Lee Adult Day Health Center at Bethesda, Dr. Harvey Hart and Jessica Rehder of Primrose Retirement Community announced Aberdeen’s acceptance into the Dementia Friendly America network. Aberdeen is the FIRST community in the state to receive this distinction. Way to go Aberdeen!! Thanks to… Read more »

Dementia Friendly America Announced at Aberdeen City Council

Yesterday at the Aberdeen City Council meeting, Charity Pionk of K.O. Lee Adult Day Health Center at Bethesda, Dr. Harvey Hart and Jessica Rehder of Primrose Retirement Community announced Aberdeen’s acceptance into the Dementia Friendly America network. Aberdeen is the FIRST community in the state to receive this distinction. Way to go Aberdeen!! Thanks to… Read more »

Looking Back: 1981 Bethesda Sharing Center Opens

We LOOK BACK at 1969 when Bethesda Home opened its doors; and LOOK FORWARD to Bethesda’s growth in providing quality care options for all ages and stages of life! The Bethesda Sharing Center opened in 1981 to provide child care to Bethesda Home employees. Later, services were expanded to the community including infant daycare and… Read more »

Looking Back: 1981 Bethesda Sharing Center Opens

We LOOK BACK at 1969 when Bethesda Home opened its doors; and LOOK FORWARD to Bethesda’s growth in providing quality care options for all ages and stages of life! The Bethesda Sharing Center opened in 1981 to provide child care to Bethesda Home employees. Later, services were expanded to the community including infant daycare and… Read more »

1969 . . .Bethesda Home Opened

December, 1969 A gallon of gas was 32 cents and Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye was at the top of Billboard’s Top Rock and Roll Hits. And, Bethesda Home opened its doors as a skilled nursing care facility on a 22-acre campus in Aberdeen. Join in the fun over the next few months… Read more »

1969 . . .Bethesda Home Opened

December, 1969 A gallon of gas was 32 cents and Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye was at the top of Billboard’s Top Rock and Roll Hits. And, Bethesda Home opened its doors as a skilled nursing care facility on a 22-acre campus in Aberdeen. Join in the fun over the next few months… Read more »

Congrats to Mary Amacher of Parkside Retirement Community at Bethesda

Mary Amacher CHS 1950‐1988 Distinguished Service Award Congratulations to Mary Amacher, one of our residents at Parkside Retirement Community, who will be honored with the Distinguished Service Award at the 2019 Aberdeen Central High School Hall of Fame Banquet in September. Mary Amacher grew up in in Castlewood, SD and graduated from high school in… Read more »

Congrats to Mary Amacher of Parkside Retirement Community at Bethesda

Mary Amacher CHS 1950‐1988 Distinguished Service Award Congratulations to Mary Amacher, one of our residents at Parkside Retirement Community, who will be honored with the Distinguished Service Award at the 2019 Aberdeen Central High School Hall of Fame Banquet in September. Mary Amacher grew up in in Castlewood, SD and graduated from high school in… Read more »

Aberdeen News Features Jeanne Dell of Parkside Retirement Community at Bethesda

Aberdeen woman celebrates 100 years By Katherine Grandstrand kgrandstrand@aberdeennews.com Jeanne Dell, in her nearly 100 years, has lived several lives. She’s taught in country schools and in town, spent 17 years as a farm wife and she was a caretaker and nurturer all her life. “Grandma is always teaching us, no matter what,” said Karie… Read more »

Aberdeen News Features Jeanne Dell of Parkside Retirement Community at Bethesda

Aberdeen woman celebrates 100 years By Katherine Grandstrand kgrandstrand@aberdeennews.com Jeanne Dell, in her nearly 100 years, has lived several lives. She’s taught in country schools and in town, spent 17 years as a farm wife and she was a caretaker and nurturer all her life. “Grandma is always teaching us, no matter what,” said Karie… Read more »

If long-term care had a draft . . .

The staff at Bethesda dressed in their favorite NFL gear on Thursday, Sept. 5th to prepare for the first game of the professional football season. (A few staff members are pictured here!) If Long-Term Care had a draft, Bethesda Aberdeen would be the number one draft pick!” Don’t you agree!!

If long-term care had a draft . . .

The staff at Bethesda dressed in their favorite NFL gear on Thursday, Sept. 5th to prepare for the first game of the professional football season. (A few staff members are pictured here!) If Long-Term Care had a draft, Bethesda Aberdeen would be the number one draft pick!” Don’t you agree!!