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Lawrence Presbyterian Manor earned a zero-deficiency survey for a focused infection control survey conducted July 1 on behalf of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Zero deficiencies means Lawrence Presbyterian Manor met all the standards for infection control in the community’s health care neighborhood.
When Mary Lou Wright put her house on the market last September, it seemed like the hardest part about her move to Lawrence Presbyterian Manor was going to be finding a place for all of her books. Little did she know that when her house eventually sold—eight months later—it would come in the midst of a worldwide pandemic.
Lawrence Presbyterian Manor and Visiting Nurses Association (VNA) are partnering to sponsor a caregiver support group on the third Thursdays of each month. VNA is a community-based organization that has served the Lawrence and Douglas County community for more than 50 years.
Our community has been blessed with a number of volunteers who have sewn masks to keep our staff safe through the pandemic. One sewer is a familiar face around our campus, too. Sandy Brooks, a dining staff member for 10 years, has made 100 masks.