Photos Garnet House, Inc Residential Care Facility Puddledock Press Issue June 1986

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Photos Garnet House, Inc Residential Care Facility Puddledock Press Issue June 1986

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From the Puddledock Press article with the photos in June issue 1986:

"It's time personal care became personal again-" So states Garnet House Inc.'s President, Donald MacVane- Located at 115 Central Street, Garnet House has been standing behind these words for four years.

Garnet House Inc. is a residential care facility offering four programs to meet the needs of the elderly:

RESPITE CARE - 2^ hour supervised care for individuals enroute home, post-op, or recuperating from an illness and anticipating surgery.

PERMANENT RESIDENCY - Independent living for those clients who re-quire supervised care on a permanent basis-

TEMPORARY RESIDENCY - Accommodations for the elderly during a pe-riod awaiting permanent arrangements or to enable those who nor¬mally supervise their affairs to vacation or rest.

PRE-EXAMINATION CARE - Care for those requiring assistance prior to hospital out-patient tests or between treatment as an in-pa¬tient at a hospital for an illness -

Currently expanding, Garnet House Inc- will have five extra bed¬rooms on the first floor. The expansion is interior only, there will be no major changes to the home-neighborhood environment. Garnet House is licensed and certified, and their full-time staff membership boasts two EMT'S. The staff is well trained to meet the individual's needs and requirements.

These photos are stored together. They are from different periods of time. Last pulled together for possible use in May 1986.

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Creator

Charlie Doke

Date

1986

Files

Staff Helen Schena and Don MacVane Garnet House Central Street.jpg
Esther Gaulin and Arlene Chamberlain Garnet House Central Street.jpg
Maurice Emerson and Beulah Winship Diningroom Garnet House Central Street.jpg

Citation

Charlie Doke, “Photos Garnet House, Inc Residential Care Facility Puddledock Press Issue June 1986,” Farmington Historical Society-Museum of Farmington History, accessed May 24, 2019, https://farmingtonnhhistory.omeka.net/items/show/180.

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