Seabury Nursing & Rehabilitation Takes Pride In Giving To A Cause They Believe In, West Side Senior Center
(ODESSA, Texas) – Seabury Nursing and Rehabilitation believes in giving back to their community and helping their friends in the community achieve their goals, making Odessa a better place to live, raise a family and grow.
This year Seabury Nursing and Rehabilitation donated $1,000 to Odessa’s West Side Senior Center. The senior center’s mission is to promote longer independent living with mental and physical socialization. They do this by providing meals on Monday through Friday, special event celebrations, games of all types and health information provided by the Odessa medical community. The money donated by Seabury Nursing and Rehabilitation will be used to provide supplies for activities for the members that attend the center.
Silvia Casas, the Administrator of Seabury Nursing and Rehabilitation, said she felt good about giving to such a great organization. “It was a pleasure to meet some of the citizens of Odessa that attend the center that might benefit from this donation.” She said she feels it is important to take care of the elderly in the community and show them that they matter. Casas said Seabury Nursing and Rehabilitation will also provide a nurse to perform quarterly blood pressure checks at the Senior Care facility. They will attend events regularly at West Side Senior Care as well as participate in health fairs throughout the different centers in Odessa.
Seabury Nursing & Rehabilitation is a nursing and recovery facility located in Odessa, Texas that offers a living alternative for those unable to care for themselves. We offer a wide array of health, rehabilitation, dietary, and social services for short- and long- term stays. We participate in both Medicare and Medicaid. Our philosophy is that living and recovering must include caring for the mind, body and soul. When you can’t live or recover in your own home, we invite you to ours.
For more information about Seabury Nursing & Rehabilitation, call (432) 333-2904.