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Newsweek names Life Care Center of Tucson a Best Nursing Home

Life Care Center of Tucson ranked second in the state.

Life Care Center of Tucson, Arizona, was recently named a 2020 Best Nursing Home by Newsweek magazine.

With the aging Baby Boomer population, Newsweek compiled a list based on data from Statista Inc., a worldwide data research firm. ...

Life Care Center of Tucson rehabilitates local artist

Left to right: Adam Federico, physical therapist assistant; TurningBear Mason; Lorraine Mangan, speech therapist; and Lynn Mason, TurningBear’s wife

Life Care Center of Tucson, Arizona, recently had the pleasure of treating noted artist TurningBear Mason.

Mason, who has been involved in the art community for more than 40 years, worked toward his rehabilitation like a painter creating a portrait of his future self. With an artist’s vision, he was able to shape an image of the recovery he desired...

Life Care of Tucson earns perfect state survey score for two years

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Life Care Center of Tucson, Arizona, recently earned a state survey with no deficiencies.

The center also achieved a deficiency-free survey in 2017.

 To pass the state survey each year, nursing facilities must meet hundreds of criteria...

Life Care Center of Tucson helps supervisor prepare to return to work

Left to right: Adam Federico, physical therapist assistant; Sharon Darrell; and Joyce Hayes, occupational therapist assistant

Sharon Darrell works as a mining supervisor.

She’s a lady who likes to be in charge.

In February 2018, Darrell found herself at the mercy of a gastrointestinal bleed that led to a protracted hospital stay....

Barriga finds strength through rehab at Life Care Center of Tucson

Lupe Barriga with Jesus Salazar, physical therapist assistant

“I can’t wait to get back home to show my grandson how much better I’m doing,” said Lupe Barriga.

Barriga came to Life Care Center of Tucson, Arizona, after a fall at home left him with rhabdomyolysis, a condition in which muscle breakdown releases dangerous proteins into the blood....

Whatever It Takes And Then Some November 2017 winners

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Yajeeda Morrow, certified nursing assistant at Life Care Center of Tucson, Arizona, took extra time to help a discharging patient pack his belongings. She was very careful to make sure that everything was packed to his liking. She had also brought the same patient out on the patio one evening so he could look at the stars....

Life Care Center of Tucson helps cancer patient regain independence

Left to right: Joyce Hayes, occupational therapist assistant; Janet Stansbury; and Adam Federico, physical therapist assistant

Janet Stansbury recently found herself in need of rehabilitation after radiation for her breast cancer caused polyneuropathy, numbness on both sides of the body.

Stansbury came to Life Care Center of Tucson, Arizona, on March 5, 2017....

July Whatever It Takes and Then Some Winners 2017

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Sylvia Colvin, activities assistant at Life Care Center of Tucson, Arizona, built a special relationship with a resident. Colvin would take the resident out for lunch and encourage her to eat. They would visit, joke and tease each other....

Life Care Center of Tucson leaders certified as dementia specialists

The newly certified dementia care specialists at Life Care Center of Tucson, and Erin Stanley, regional rehab director

Eight members of the leadership team at Life Care Center of Tucson, Arizona, recently earned certification as dementia care specialists.

The group completed the training through the Crisis Prevention Institute, with Erin Stanley, regional rehab director for Life Care Centers of America’s local facilities, serving as their instructor....