Fun fest for the whole community. Featuring FREE family friendly activities ALL AGES can enjoy. The festival will include chair zumba, yoga, line dancing, children’s games, brain teasers, music, prizes, ice cream, cotton candy, fire engines, blood pressure screenings, bone density screenings, flea market tables, a pet pantry and lots more!
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Sunday, July 26, 2015 • 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Keswick Multi-Care • 700 West 40th Street • Baltimore MD 21211
Keswick has teamed with MECU, AIM and GEDCO to bring this festival to the members of our community.
On June 22, 2015, Keswick’s CEO Carmel Roques was featured in the Maryland Daily Record’s article “Health Care Nonprofits Launch Program for Seniors to Stay Healthy and at Home”. This program allows Keswick to expand its efforts and help seniors stay in their homes as long as possible. A team of community health workers stay in close touch with patients to make sure they have what they need once they leave a facility. This program is further bolstered by its partnership with Action in Maturity (AIM) and Goven’s Ecumenical Development Corporation (GEDCO).
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It’s being called art, but it’s also helping some older people re-shape memories and keep their brains sharp as they age.
That’s the thinking behind a new theory that as we get older, there are different ways of keeping our minds and our memories sharp, and that one way of doing that is through art.
“As we grow older, we don’t actually just somehow turn off the creativity spicket,” said Carmel Roques, President and CEO at the Keswick Multicare Facility in Baltimore, where groups of residents work to re-illustrate their pasts a stroke at a time.
Keswick, a Baltimore healthcare provider for older adults, announced the appointment of James Warner. Warner will serve as the organization’s Executive Director and Nursing Home Administrator of Record.
“Jim brings extensive experience in executive and staff leadership at every level within a medical facility and has the unique ability to connect with all audiences,” said Carmel Roques, President and CEO of Keswick. “He will be highly effective in leading the day-to-day operations at Keswick and working together with staff and leadership in providing our on-campus services.”
In his new role, Warner will be responsible for operations for the facility’s long-term care, rehabilitation and assisted living services. Keswick serves more than 1,000 persons annually on its 40th Street campus (and 755 more within its Community Health Resources branch). – Read More
Keswick’s Brain Health program offerings inspire, educate and create opportunities for YOU to enhance your brain power! Explore new interests and engage in brain fitness practices that contribute to overall well-being. The Mind-Body Connection focuses on key component for improved Brian Health. Recharge Your Brian! Grow New Brian Pathways! Have Fun!