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KM Rehab Superstar

Oct 31, 2018 — Julia T. came to Kirkwood Manor due to health issues which greatly affected the things she wanted to do each day – even just the basics such as dressing, walking, or leaving her home. She was faced with the possibility of losing her independence if she didn’t take actions to get stronger. When Julia arrived... Read More

Resident of the month: Long term Unit:

Oct 31, 2018 — Our Long-stay Resident of the Month is Cruz C. Born & raised right here in New Braunfels, he spent most of his life as a truck driver. He served in Vietnam, where he fought for our country and our freedom (Thank you, Cruz, for your service!) He is married to wife Regina and has one... Read More

A Look At Flossing

Oct 31, 2018 — Along with brushing your teeth, you should also be flossing on a daily basis. Flossing will remove plaque and debris in areas that your toothbrush isn’t able to reach. A buildup of plaque can lead to gum disease or tooth decay, which is why flossing is very important. If you floss immediately after brushing, you’ll... Read More

Resident of the month: Short Term Unit

Oct 31, 2018 — Patricia W. is our Short-stay Resident of the Month. She was born in Winchester Tennessee & grew up in Fort Lauderdale Florida. She was a manager & owner of a vacation rental business. She is active in Oakwood Baptist Church. Married to husband Bill (now passed) for 13 years, they have 1 daughter & 4... Read More

Letter From Administration

Oct 31, 2018 — Meredith Willits – RN – Long Term Care MDS My name is Meredith Willits, and I am the MDS RN for Long Term Care and VA residents here at Kirkwood Manor. I’ve been with Kirkwood for 4 short months, but in that short time I have enjoyed getting to know these amazing residents, as well... Read More

KM Rehab Superstar

Sep 30, 2018 — Lorine D. came to Kirkwood Manor from home due to health issues which greatly affected the things she wanted to do each day – even just the basics such as standing, walking, or leaving her home. She was faced with the possibility of losing her independence if she didn’t take actions to get stronger. When... Read More

Resident of the Month: Short Term Unit

Sep 30, 2018 — Annie F. is our Short-stay Resident of the Month. She was born in Schertz and raised in Selma – just down the road from here. She lived and worked on a local farm and was a housewife. She is active in St. Peter & Paul Catholic church. She has been married twice – both husbands... Read More

Resident of the Month: Long term Unit:

Sep 30, 2018 — Our Long-stay Resident of the Month is Katherine A. Born and raised in New Jersey, she worked as an Investigator for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). She lived in Katy (near Houston) before coming here. She is active in the Methodist church. She has a son and 2 grandchildren. Her hobbies include quilting and... Read More

October 14th is National Dessert Day!

Sep 30, 2018 — A “dessert” is a meal course that usually comes after dinner. Most often dessert foods are of sweet food but can also be of a strongly flavored food, such as cheese cake. The world dessert comes from the Old French word “desservir”, which means ‘to clear the table’;. Often times in the English language dessert... Read More

Happy Birthday and Anniversary!

Sep 30, 2018 — Happy Birthday! Residents Patricia J. Oct. 01 Bruce H. Oct. 01 Felisa L. Oct. 01 Gordon P. Oct. 02 Jack T. Oct. 05 Shirley B. Oct. 05 Katherine A. Oct. 06 Alma J. Oct. 09 Joseph H. Oct. 11 Jeanette D. Oct. 13 Elsie H. Oct. 15 Patricia S. Oct. 17 Glen M.   Oct. 17... Read More