Congratulations to Ms. Kathy Hunter and Ms. Tamieka Morris for receiving their Positive Approach to Care (PAC) Certification! Kathy and Tamieka are trained to assist residents in dementia care. Clemson Downs is proud of all of our employees who go above and beyond to ensure our residents receive excellent care.
You won’t get the blues living at Clemson Downs, but you will get to go hear blues singer Ms. Wanda Johnson in concert and dance the night away. Here are some of residents enjoying the kick off event for the Clemson Bluesfest at Cox Hall in Pendleton.
CLEMSON DOWNS IS GETTING FIT…BIT by BIT!
We are committed to the health and well being of our residents as well as our own health. Clemson Downs is embarking on the FitBit journey with over 30 staff members and residents wearing FitBits and challenging each other to become healthier and more active!
Volunteers don’t get paid, not because they’re worthless, but because they’re priceless. ~Sherry Anderson
Clemson Downs hosted our annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner last evening to say thank you to those marvelous people who donate their time and energy to Clemson Downs. Staff happily served our volunteers and a wonderful evening was had by all.
These hands are those of our Clemson Alumni wearing their rings, these hands have learned and these hands have taught. Clemson Downs is honored that these alumni call Clemson Downs home.
Our signs at Clemson Downs are getting a facelift! Here is a picture of one of our new signs being installed, the signs have our new logo on them and are one of the components of our rebranding and marketing campaign.
What a beautiful day for a Mad Hatters Tea at Clemson Downs! Thank you to ladies of the Property Owners Association for hosting this fun event for our residents.
Clemson Downs held their annual board meeting to elect new board members and to honor Ms. Sandy Smith who has served as board chair for the past eight years. In addition to a bouquet of orange roses, residents, staff and others contributed a total of $3,635 to the Clemson Free Clinic, in her honor. Thank…Details
Clemson Downs residents showcase their orchids as we embrace the coming spring season.
Clemson University music professor Monty Craig and his jazz trio entertained the residents of Clemson Downs on Wednesday afternoon. The residents had a toe tappin’ good time!