Blog - February 2010


SkiBum has Never Acted her Age, Young or Old

Posted on February 17, 2010 in In The News

After more than 90 years, Joan Woodruff knows that you have to start while you're young if you want to make people understand that age has little to do with ability. Ski bum has never acted her age, young or old (Columbus Dispatch)

Channel 10 Pays it Forward to Westminster-Thurber

Posted on February 10, 2010 in In The News

The worst weather conditions often bring out the best in people, and on Wednesday 10TV anchors, reporters and photographers took the advice of a former colleague and "paid it forward." Remembering Heather: 10TV Pays Forward In Winter Storm (Channel 10 WBNS)

Blog - September 2009


Stylists Can be Health Resource

Posted on September 28, 2009 in In The News

Brenda St. Clair has seen signs of stroke, the first indications of dementia and more than a dozen cases of skin cancer. She cuts and styles hair for a living. Stylists can be health resource (Columbus Dispatch)

Blog - July 2009


Westminster-Thurber Receives National Accreditation

Posted on July 24, 2009 in In The News

Westminster-Thurber Community, 717 Neil Avenue, has attained a five-year re- accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC). CARF/CCAC is an independent, merged nonprofit that accredits aging services and other human services organizations. Westminster- Thurber also has achieved a special designation as a “Person Centered Long-Term Care Community.”

Blog - November 2008


Westminster-Thurber Community Wins National Award

Posted on November 01, 2008 in In The News

Westminster-Thurber Community’s Leadership Team has received the 2008 Excellence in the Workplace Award from the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA). AAHSA stands for the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging. They are located in Washington D.C. AAHSA has a membership of 5,700 organizations and serves over 2 million older adults. A delegation of 20 employees went to Philadelphia (Oct 12-15, 2008) to the AAHSA National Convention to receive the award. Steve LeMoine accepted the award on behalf of the WTC community.