Resident
of the Month

Joseph Loper

January 2019

Mr. Loper came to us from Stone County Hospital. When Mr. Loper came to us he was ambulatory but very unsteady. He had trouble with lower body dressing. Since he has been with us, he is now walking around the facility without assistance and dressing himself independently. He also suffered from shoulder pain, which, through the help of our Therapy Department, has resolved.

He is always working to make our staff smile. He thoroughly enjoys activities and is always wanting to participate.


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