When people ask Joyce Kisner what a social worker does, she can’t help thinking, “What don’t I do?”
As director of social services for Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor, Joyce is involved in important tasks from care plans to helping residents
Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America offers assistance to employees for accredited educational programs leading to a certification, license or degree. Three of our employees have received scholarships to pay for education-related expenses in the 2016-17
Achieving a new degree or certification doesn’t come easy – it takes time, dedication and money. But Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America’s employee education assistance is helping ease the financial burden for staff at Ark City Presbyterian
The inaugural Color for a Cure 5K raised nearly $3,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association. Organizers say they couldn’t be happier with the turnout and how the race, in turn, benefited the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
“We just had a really big
William H. “Bill” Taylor has been named Regional Director of Operations for Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America. Taylor will assume his new position Aug. 3.
Taylor was named executive director of Salina Presbyterian Manor in October 2010. He has
Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor is going to the birds to raise funds for the Cowley County Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Two flocks of flamingos are traveling around the greater Arkansas City community through the end of August.
Both flocks visited
Residents and employees of Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America’s 18 communities in Kansas and Missouri gave the organization high marks in a recent satisfaction survey.
With nearly 2,400 residents to survey in independent living, assisted living and
Tonya Baker counted the days until she graduated in May as a registered nurse. She’s been working toward it off and on for a few years. But last fall she decided make the final push, thanks to encouragement from her supervisor at Arkansas City Presbyterian