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1 Fairmount Grapevine Gazette May 2015 A Newsletter for Residents and Families, Staff, Volunteers, and the extended Fairmount Community. FAMILY INFORMATION SESSION Tuesday May 5, to 7 pm Conference Room on the 2nd Floor There will be an open discussion and education session regarding End of Life choices and arrangements, with Stacey Hartley and Steve Redman from Tompkins Funeral Home. Our Nurse Practitioner will discuss the Ontario Telehealth Network (OTN). Families may not know that we can offer this service here for their loved one as well as others in the community. There will also be a session on Quality Improvement in Long Term Care and Fairmount Home`s commitment and plans for We look forward to informing and collaborating with all of our families on the new best practices. Please R.S.V.P. to Dorothy at Reception at , extension 100, if you plan to attend. MOTHER S DAY, SUNDAY, MAY 10 Events: May 5 May 8-10 May 9 May 10 Cocktail Party for Mother s Day, Tuesday, 6:30 pm, Auditorium Fairmount in Bloom Open House Mother s Day Tea, Saturday, 2 pm, Auditorium Mother s Day Sunday Worship Service, 2 pm, Auditorium

2 FAIRMOUNT AUXILIARY NEWS Next Meeting Dates Tuesday, May 5, 1 pm in the Auditorium Tuesday, June 2, 1 pm in the Auditorium In order to continue financing our Fall and Christmas bus trips for residents, we need to fundraise on a continual basis. FAMILY MEMBERS and FRIENDS of residents - do you have small items to donate for our early Fall tea and sale? We are also looking for anyone willing to donate baked goods or preserves just prior to our Fall Tea and Sale. If you are willing to help, please let our auxiliary know or advise our volunteer co-ordinater at extension 581. We also have a small showcase just inside and to the right of the main entrance. We sell small items such as china and jewellery and are always looking for these donations. Thank you for your consideration. Family members or anyone interested in attending our meetings are always welcome. PLANT SALE BY RESIDENTS coming May 14th Our Garden Group is once again hosting a Plant Sale just in time for your May long-weekend planting! Our gardeners have started a variety of seedlings including popular vegetables like tomatoes and peppers as well as flowers and houseplants. The sale starts at 11:00 a.m. in the main lobby and runs until 3:30 p.m. Get there early so as not to be disappointed!

3 MUSIC WITH THE MANNING BROTHERS DUO, April 14

4 FAIRMOUNT IN BLOOM OPEN HOUSE Our Fairmount Garden Group is hosting its first ever Fairmount in Bloom Open House. The open house will run from Friday May 8 th until Sunday May 10 th. Come visit our displays inside the greenhouse and in the corridor outside the auditorium! Check out what our gardeners have been up to this year and tour our lovely new greenhouse. Have a special plant in your room you want to show off? Planning on bringing flowers or plants to Mom for Mother s Day? Why not bring them to our display table outside the greenhouse for all to admire?! A table for Mother s Day bouquets, plants and flower arrangements will be set up for families and residents to tour and admire. Show off your Mother s Day bouquets and leave your name with your arrangement and it will be delivered back to your room on Monday May 11 th when our showcase is over. What a lovely way to share in the joy of spring and Mother s Day! VOLUNTEER CORNER Volunteer Appreciation Week Our Annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner was held on Monday, April 13 th with entertainment by Randy the Mentalist. I would like to take a moment to thank Steven Silver, Interim Administrator for joining us, speaking and taking part in the entertainment; Katie Johnson and Melissa Clyde, Recreationists for all of their help to make this wonderful evening a success; Tom Mercer, Manager of Environmental Services, Sara Saunders, Manager, Food Services, entertainer Randy the Mentalist, and of course all of our tremendous volunteers! Thank you for everything you do here at Fairmount Home! I would also like to congratulate Maddie who received the Volunteers Grow Community Award at City Hall on Tuesday, April 14 th. Maddie contributed over 800 volunteer hours to the Home in Great job Maddie!!! General Store Hours for May The General Store will be open Mother s Day (May 10) and remain open the weekend of the 16 th and 17 th. However, it will be closed on Monday, May 18 th only for Victoria Day. Valued Volunteers We are sending May Birthday wishes to Jessica (May 3 rd ), Millie (May 25 th ), Lauren (May 28 th ) and Lynn (May 29 th ). I would also like to wish all of the Moms a very Happy Mother s Day!!!

5 VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION DINNER April 13 Thank You all.

6 RECREATION UPDATE Residents Council Did you know that we have a Residents Council which meets nine times a year? All residents of Fairmount Home are members of the Council and are welcome to attend. Fairmount Home is pleased to be a new member with the Ontario Association of Residents Councils. Under law in Ontario, specific rights are given to Councils in facilities regulated by the province, and the Administrator is required to advise all residents, on a regular basis, of their right to form a Council. In other types of Homes, for example, retirement homes, a Residents Council is not required by law, but hundreds of them do have Councils, since residents, staff and administration see the benefit they bring to the Home and its residents. The Residents Council of a Home provides a vehicle through which residents maintain a degree of control over their lives, provide input into the management of the Home, and thereby contribute to the welfare of all involved, including staff and administration. Not all Residents Councils are the same; residents choose the kind that best suits them, and their Home. A few key points about the goals of our council include helping residents communicate with one another and with staff and administration, in a strong and positive way; gathering news and information related to the Home of interest to all; encouraging all residents to have a voice in their daily lives, and to express their concerns as residents of the Home; providing a forum where everyone can be heard, and the common will expressed. All residents are encouraged to attend the next meeting on Monday, May 25 th at 2 pm in the 2 South Activity Room. If you have any questions about the Council please call extension 571. Although family members may observe the meetings, they are not considered a member. If you have a concern as a family member, we encourage you to speak directly with a member of the Homes management. In addition, a Residents Council and Food Committee meeting is held to discuss meal planning and to offer feedback to the dietary department. These meetings typically follow the Residents Council meeting and are managed by the Manager of Food Services. Thank you to everyone for your feedback related to the updated activity calendar and the survey about the distribution methods. To date we have received about 15 responses. Most have stated they would prefer an electronic copy or to not receive a paper copy in their bill. Those wishing to receive a paper copy will continue to do so. Spring is in full swing! As you have likely seen, our greenhouse is full of seedlings! Please join us for our annual plant sale on Thursday May 14 th in the lobby. We will have vegetables and flowers available to help you in your planting. As always the money raised will be returned to the horticulture program. Please remember our gardens are for everyone to enjoy! We have been blessed with beautiful spaces, but they are not tame. While enjoying the space feel free to pick the weeds and turn the soil! While we do our best to maintain the robust garden space we are not professional gardeners and only have limited time to offer for maintenance; our volunteer gardeners are amazing and appreciated. Their time is also needed in their personal gardens, and they are volunteering the time they can. So again, please pick the weeds and turn the soil if you can spare a few minutes.

7 We hope you can join us for one of our Mother s Day events! If you want to purchase something for mom, you may wish to consider a hanging basket. We can add your moms name to the container and everyone can enjoy it! Our weekly gardening group is happy to maintain it through the growing season. EASTER PARTY April 2 The Easter Bunny hopped in with a basket of Easter eggs for the residents. He was accompanied on his route by volunteer Paul and his flute (photo at right).

8 More photos of the Easter Party Musical entertainment at the Easter party was provided by Picket Fences.

9 HEARING AID CLINIC in the 2nd Floor Conference Room The next Hearing Aid Clinic will be held on May 21 st at 1400 hours. If any residents are interested in attending this clinic to get their hearing aid checked and cleaned, please sign up for an appointment with Dorothy or Deb at the front desk (extension 100). SPECIAL EVENTS Family members and friends are welcome to attend these events with residents May 5 May 7 May 8-10 May 9 May 10 May 14 May 14 May 18 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 25 May 26 May 30 Cocktail Party for Mother s Day, 6:30 pm, in the Auditorium Seniors Watch presentation, by Kingston Police, 2 pm, Auditorium Fairmount In Bloom Open House Mother s Day Tea, Saturday afternoon, 2 pm, in the Auditorium Mother s Day Worship Service, 2 pm, in the Auditorium Plant Sale by residents in the lobby Music with Reg Corey, 2 pm, in the Auditorium Victoria Day Statutory Holiday Music with Helen Stewart, 6:30 pm, in the lobby Hearing Aid Clinic, at 2 pm, in the 2nd floor Conference Room Afternoon Pub, 2 pm, in the Auditorium Residents Council Meeting, 2 pm, in the 2 South Activity Room Music with BJ Hughes, 1:30 pm, in the Auditorium Ice Cream Social, 2 pm, in the Auditorium SPIRITUAL AND RELIGIOUS CARE, ext. 582, Worship Services - In the Auditorium May 3 St. Paul s Anglican Church 2 p.m. May 10 Salvation Army 2 p.m. May 17 Glenburnie United Church 2 p.m. May 24 Pastor Lewis Bryant 2 p.m. May 31 Kingston Gospel Temple 2 p.m. Roman Catholic Service 2nd Friday of each month May 8 Father Wes Chochrek, 2nd Floor 10:30 a.m. Protestant Communion May 11 Family Room, 2nd Floor 10:00 a.m.

10 FAMILY COUNCIL Family Councils strive to provide a safe forum for families to share experiences, receive information and mutual support, discuss and seek solutions to common concerns and establish meaningful lines of communication between families and staff. The goal is to enhance the quality of life for our residents. If any family members or persons of importance to residents are interested in forming a Family Council, or would like more information about what is involved, please contact our Director of Care at extension 510. MEN S GROUP April 7 On Tuesday April 7 th we hosted a Men s Group that was organized and facilitated by Katie Parry our placement student from St Lawrence College. Katie planned a number of activities for our resident men including watching a classic hockey game, painting shelves and birdhouses, competing in minnow races, examining old tools and even getting their photos taken with a bear skin! The men also enjoyed Tim Horton s donuts and coffee. A big thank you goes to Katie for all her hard work while she was here on placement and for planning such a fun event for our resident fellas! Bird houses ready to be painted.

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