From melon to makeup, our residents in Creekside Cottage have been enjoying the summer activities here at Clemson Downs. Friends from the community stopped by to give some of our residents makeovers and we also had a watermelon party to cool off! #retirewellclemson
When the weather is HOT, HOT, HOT, our residents enjoy cooling off with an ice cold beverage! A margarita party was just perfect for these hot summer days!
Clemson Downs takes every opportunity to educate our staff and residents. We offered Dementia Live, a program that allows the participant to experience what it is like to live with cognitive decline.
Here are our residents enjoying a lecture from local historian, Mr. Dennis Chastain. The program was on Cherokee Trails in the Carolina’s.
Clemson Downs residents, Ms. Evelyn Anderson and Ms. Jean Patterson initially met when they were hall mates at Winthrop College in 1945, they didn’t see one another again until they were hall mates at Clemson Downs.
As part of our social media series of Reflections with Residents, here is Mr. Ed Zeigler with his favorite cast iron frying pan. It was his grandmother’s and it is well seasoned! For more stories from our residents please follow Clemson Downs on Facebook or #retirewellclemson.
Thank you to those who protect and serve! Clemson Downs recognizes the Clemson City Police Department with a sub-sandwich lunch in honor of all they do for our community.
Clemson Downs celebrates our residents, our nurses, our activity coordinators, and all those that made National Nursing Home week a success! The theme was “Visiting Paris” and everyone got into the spirit!
Even our tech savvy residents need some assistance and the students with Tigers for Multigenerational Technology Implementation are always happy to help. Clemson University created a class where students can get credit and our residents can get tech assistance. TMTI is another great example of our partnership with Clemson University.