Life is filled with an array of highs and lows, successes and disappointments, happiness and sadness.
Each week, Life Care President Beecher Hunter shares a message of hope, encouragement, and celebration of our blessings to those in the Life Care family and for the public at large.
The themes emphasize that true joy arises from obedience to God and is best measured through service to others.
On Dec. 21, 2018, Life Care Center of Charleston, South Carolina, hosted children from The Jenkins House and Carolina Youth Development at its company Christmas party.
The event, coordinated by Activities Coordinator Cherie Adrat, provided food and drinks from local vendors, as well as a visit from Santa Claus...
When a stroke affected Larry Taylor’s left side, he came to Life Care Center of Charleston, South Carolina, on Dec. 10, 2017, for rehabilitation.
Not only was Taylor dealing with the aftereffects of the stroke, but he was also still healing from a knee replacement surgery he had had a month before his stroke....
On Oct. 6, 2017, Life Care Center of Charleston, South Carolina, resident Ruth Alexander and her husband, Billy, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
The couple had a party with their son in the facility’s private dining room, complete with gifts and a cake....
On Sept. 23, 2017, less than a month after her 100th birthday, Earsie Jackson was crowned Mrs. NAACP Centennial Queen for the Charleston, South Carolina, chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
The branch was celebrating its 100th year as well, with an anniversary gala, and created the special honor for the occasion....
Ann and Alec Kaminski, a Polish couple who served in World War II with the goal of liberating Poland from the Germans, have been featured in a national magazine.
Ann currently resides at Life Care Center of Charleston, and Alec lived there until his passing this summer. The center’s parent company, Life Care Centers of America, publishes a handful of residents’ life stories each year in its LEADER magazine....
Wanda Lively grew up near Beckley, West Virginia. So did Margaret Cook.
The girls were neighbors in the 1930s and ’40s, growing up in the same area. Fast forward to October 2016, and the former neighbors reunited – 400 miles away!
Kathryn Harris, admissions assistant at Life Care Center of Charleston, South Carolina, recently bicycled 110 miles to give her mother a chance for a brighter future.
Harris took part in the Bike MS Tour to Tanglewood on Sept. 17-18, 2016. The ride, which started and finished in Tanglewood Park, North Carolina, raised money for multiple sclerosis, from which Harris’ mother, LuAnna Harris, suffers.