Super Selfie!! Here are the kids from Mission Mania visiting Creekside Cottage Memory Support! — with Kathy Hayes Hunter and Jeff Kittle at Clemson Downs.
Clemson Downs held our annual 4th of July Parade today!! Thanks to the Clemson City Police Department, Clemson University Fire Department ,CATbus, and BB&T for donating the bottled water to keep everyone cool! Clemson Downs also thanks our residents, guests and staff that made this such a great parade!!!
Clemson Downs is proud to recognize Carole Gibson as the June Employee of the Month! Carole works in our Dining Services and has been a dedicated and loyal employee for nine years. Congratulations Carole!!
Every Friday CATbus picks up our residents to take them to the Clemson Farmers Market! They enjoy all the fresh veggies and goodies from the market and always enjoy a ride on the CATbus!
Meet George, he’s the newest “resident” of Clemson Downs!
Our residents of Creekside Cottage made George the Scarecrow for our community garden. He’ll do a great job of keeping the crows away!
Clemson Downs hosted the first of four monthly programs in conjunction with the Alzheimer’s Association. This session focused on “Know the 10 Signs” for early detection of Alzheimer’s. Clemson Downs strives to keep our residents and community educated and up to date on dementia and dementia care. The next session is scheduled for Thursday, July…Details
Cool tunes for a hot evening!!
Our residents have green thumbs when it comes to growing vegetables in our community garden! They compost and even use an electric mower to cut the grass! A big thank you to wellness coordinator, Nikki Burdett Robinson who works very hard in the garden with our residents!
Our residents in Health Care enjoyed coffee and Danishes to celebrate their day! Clemson Downs wishes everyone a Happy Father’s Day to all of our dear Dads!
Mr. Long, a retired veteran of WWII, lives in our Creekside Cottage Assisted Living and is the father of Ms. Marian Benton of Clemson. Marian chose Clemson Downs because “close proximity to her work and home was important, but more important was the availability of different levels of care and service”. Ms. Benton also praised…Details