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Betty Lauppe embarks on third decade at Emporia Presbyterian Manor

Betty Lauppe, LPN, celebrated her 20th year on staff earlier this year. “I just enjoy taking care of the residents and meeting their needs,” she said.
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October 14, 2020

Spiritual support abundant on campus during pandemic

From the way we eat to how we socialize and exercise, everything has looked a little different since mid-March. That includes how we have received spiritual support from our clergy.
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September 20, 2020

Financial gifts ease the burden of COVID

Over the past five months, our community has experienced an outpouring of generous financial donations to help our community during these unprecedented times. Thank you, donors!
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August 23, 2020

Words of Encouragement for Surviving Tough Times

After living through the Covid-19 pandemic the past four months, residents offer advice for surviving hard times like these.“Maxine Clark is a breath of fresh air,” said Crystal Stock, marketing director. “In the beginning of Covid-19, Maxine shared with me something that has helped me get through this. That is that if we have to be apart for a little while and this is how things have to be a for a few months, she is okay with it because she knows when it is over she will have ...
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July 8, 2020

Technology Brings Residents and Families Together During Pandemic

Even though residents have been restricted from having family and friends visit during the pandemic, technology is making face-to-face time possible, keeping connections safe and meaningful.Resident Babs Pontius hasn’t seen her daughter, Nancy Pontius, in person since the first week of March. To stay connected, Babs and Nancy are communicating through a combination of FaceTime video chats, window visits and mailed care packages.“I’ve done our FaceTime calls on my phone so I cou...
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June 25, 2020
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