Every year more and more people are registering their cats, dogs, bunnies, and hamsters as therapy animals! All of these animals make great companions and provide years of support and comfort. But for some people, these animals are too common—people like different. Take a look at some of the most unusual therapy animals! 1. Chinchillas
In 2021, video calls are necessary for staying in touch with family and friends. That’s why it is so important that each call has the best possible quality. Following last month’s article, here are 3 more tips to improve your video calls: limit the number of people on your call, turn the volume up, and
One of the greatest lessons we learned from 2020 was how to use technology to our advantage. Programs like Facetime and Zoom brought families and friends close together when distance and safety inhibited gatherings. While there is nothing better than physically being next to your loved ones, technology has proven it can help strengthen relationships
Angela Klein is the new Human Resources Manager of Cedar Ridge Village. Angela has her bachelor’s degree from the University or Northern Iowa in Psychology and Gerontology. When Angela is not at work, she enjoys shopping, traveling with her family, and being outdoors. She is excited to put together a great staffing team and get
It’s that time of year again! If you’re struggling for new ideas for what to buy for grandparents or seniors in your life, here are a few fool-proof suggestions sure to please. The best part of these gifts? They are made to be shared with your loved one. Books Reading is a lifelong pastime.
Malinda Shultice is the new Executive Director of Cedar Ridge Village. Malinda has her master’s degree from Drake University and is currently going to school to obtain her doctorate degree in healthcare administration. She has a daughter named Berlin that always keeps her on her toes. Her favorite author is Edith Wharton and favorite book