Foot Care Tips

Here are some simple and easy ways to take care of your feet and keep your toes happy: Scrub your feet with a pumice stone to help remove the dead and dry skin. Apply foot cream before going to bed to prevent any cracked heel problems. If your feet smell, use talcum powder or foot... Read More

Therapeutic Activities May Help to Lessen Memory Loss

Many people understand that FDA-approved prescription medication may help slow the progression of the memory loss, but did you know that caregivers can complement treatment with activities that may help reconnect their loved ones to daily life? “In addition to obtaining a diagnosis and beginning medication, it’s important that caregivers plan activities to share with... Read More
Healthy Living with Peaches

Healthy Living with Peaches

Peaches are known to have originated from China, and then found their way to many other parts of the world. Peaches are a great source of carbohydrates, protein, dietary fiber, vitamin C and vitamin A. Having peaches in your daily diet can help fight deadly diseases like cancer. They have a good amount of boron... Read More
Watermelon: A Juicy, Fun Way to Take Your Vitamins

Watermelon: A Juicy, Fun Way to Take Your Vitamins

Watermelon is a fun, nutritious way to make sure you don’t get dehydrated: it consists of 92% water! A two-cup serving of watermelon is an excellent source of vitamins A, B6 and C, and it provides 7% of the recommended daily value of potassium, with only 80 calories. Watermelon is fat-free and also contains fiber.... Read More

OUR heroes!

We want to recognize some of OUR heroes! These essential workers are just that ESSENTIAL. They are the backbone of SDHC. We are so incredibly appreciative of this outstanding CNA team. Their dedication, compassion, loyalty and commitment is the heart and soul of who we are. We are truly honored to work beside each and... Read More
Letters of Appreciation

Letters of Appreciation

We would like to thank Kiley Thomas at News Channel 9 for taking the time to come see and share what we have done to keep our residents and staff safe during COVID. Please check out our story at the following link. newschannel9.com/news/local/an-inside-look-at-in-a-hamilton-co-nursing-home-covid-19-wing
WAY TO GO TEAM SODDY!

WAY TO GO TEAM SODDY!

During this pandemic, we are taking every precaution possible to keep our residents and our staff safe and protected from Covid-19. We have followed all CDC and AHCA protocols for post-acute care facilities, in addition to facility specific protocols. We are part of a Task Force with the Mayor and surrounding hospitals to ensure that... Read More

Resident of the Month: Ms. Agnes L.

Ms. Agnes L, whom we all lovingly refer to as “Sister” has been a beloved resident of SDHC since May 2011. She has a sweet smile and an infectious laugh. Her kind and winsome spirit has won her many friends throughout the facility. Not only have we fallen in love with her, but we also... Read More
Activity Highlights

Activity Highlights

Activities continues to be a challenging and crucial part of each day. We have had to get creative with social distancing requirements, inconsistent weather and continuous changes in CDC protocols. Our efforts continue to keep our residents engaged and connected, with the absence of inside visitation from friends and family. We have continued Facetime calls,... Read More

July 25: Wine & Cheese Day

The basic rule about pairing food with wine is that one shouldn’t overpower the other. Simply put, strong cheeses should pair well with strong wines, while mild cheeses would go well with mild wines. Acidic wines go perfectly well with pungent cheeses. Brie goes well with sparkling wine or Chardonnay while goat cheese matches well... Read More