Monday, March 24, 2014

Robin Beelman
Motivational Speaker to visit Logan Acres Senior Community

Robin Beelman has become part of the culture at Logan Acres Senior Community.  She began generously spending time with us by heading up our wildly successful benefit which is  a  Quarter Auction affectionately known as Pink Thursday.  She then began using her abilities to organize like minded groups of ladies to volunteer for special projects.  Robin has also offered her gifts by speaking during staff meetings to uplift and encourage by offering strategies to "Live Your Best Life".  Most recently, Robin has been using her creativity as part of the planning committee for the 10th Anniversary of Girls Night Out-Celebration of Women's Health which is a gathering of 250 women to take place on April 25th, 2014.  

This special lady has consistently beaten the odds to achieve phenomenal success in her life and business.  She dropped out of high school due to health problems, but obtained her GED just one month later.  She then left a career as a Massage Therapist to sell handbags - quickly ascending to Senior Executive Director with Thirty-One Gifts.  Today, Robin travels the country from her Ohio home to speak with audiences seeking her candid and entertaining advice on how to create a better life for themselves.

Robin is known for her enthusiasm, high energy and skill as a motivator and trainer and her strong message is contagious.Success is a choice that once committed to can be achieved!  A dynamic storyteller, Robin presents her ideas and thoughts in a conversational style using creative humor to impact her audience and effectively provide them with the belief skills needed to attain personal and professional success.

Robin has demonstrated by her own example, determination and hard work, that any goal can be achieved & we are once again looking forward to Robin inspiring us again tomorrow as she offers her encouraging words!

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Full Time Activity Assistant

Logan Acres is seeking an outgoing, friendly and creative individual to join our team of activity professionals.  Interested individuals must have a flexible schedule with availability for 30 hours weekly.  Requirements include current STNA status and computer skills.  Resumes may be submitted to Logan Acres Senior Community at 2739 CR 91, Bellefontaine, OH 43311.  

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Added Position

Are you looking for a change?  We are adding a part time Maintenance Associate to our staff at Logan Acres Senior Community.   The chosen candidate will report to the Director of Maintenance and assist the department in the repair and upkeep of the campus with indoor and outdoor responsibilities including but not limited to repairs, painting and landscaping. If you are interested please submit your resume to Todd Owen c/o Logan Acres Senior Community,  2739 Co. Rd. 91 Bellefontaine, OH 43311 No phone calls please.

Monday, January 6, 2014

Educational Series

Join us for one or all of the following of our educational series in the new year. Light refreshments will be served at each seminar. 

January 16th at 6:30 at The Homestead (RSVP by January 14th)

  • The 10 Warning Signs by the Alzheimer's Association

    • Invaluable Information
    • This seminar is FREE and offers information and tips for dealing with memory loss
    • If you or someone you know is experiencing memory loss or behavioral changes, it's time to learn the facts.  Early detection of Alzheimer's disease gives you the chance to plan for the future.
January 30th at 6:30 at The Homestead (RSVP by January 28th)

  • We Need To Talk by AARP

    • Family Conversations for Older Drivers
      • Get help finding the right words when you take the We Need to Talk seminar. Sponsored by AARP Driver Safety, this class guides families in determining when it's time for their loved ones to hang up the keys.  While knowing when the time is right can be hard, surveys show that more than half of older drivers whose family asked them to retire from driving said they listened to and followed the suggestions of others.
      • Invaluable Advice
      • This seminar is FREE and offers practical tips and advice on three main topics:
        • The Meaning of Driving-Find out what driving means to older adults and the emotions they may face when having to give it up.
        • Observing Driving Skills- Learn to observe your loved one's driving skills objectively and talk about alternatives to driving.
        • Planning Conversations-Discover how to have "the talk" while encouraging independence.  It's a difficult conversation to initiate, but with the right tools, you can really make a difference in the life of an older driver.
February 13th at 6:30 at The Homestead (RSVP by February 11th)

  • Living Wills, Power of Attorneys & More 
    •  Matt Chamberlain and Doug Smith from Smith, Smith, Montgomery & Chamberlain LLC
    • Learn from the experts
    • This seminar is FREE and offers information for planning for the future
    • Sample documents and  Q & A time
      • Questions can be emailed ahead of the seminar to

Become a part of our Legacy of Excellence by joining our team.  We have a few positions for the right candidates.  STNA's are needed for all shifts, both full and part time positions.  One part time 3rd shift LPN position is open at The Homestead.  A full time Dietary Aide is wanted in the kitchen at the Care Center as well as a cook with experience in high volume food preparation.  Excellent benefits and a supportive working environment make Logan Acres a great place to work. Stop in for an application.

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