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Farmington Health Services dba Trinity Campus

Farmington Health Services dba Trinity Campus

Trinity is a campus that provides services to those who require a Skilled Nursing Facility, Assisted

Rotarian senior of the month: BETTY STEEGE

Betty has been a giver her whole life. At the Trinity Terrace she has been instrumental with getting card games ready, helps do the reading at the Bible studies, and she has made sensory stimulation blankets(fidget blankets) for the care center, which many residents with cognitive impairments have enjoyed!
She has spent a lot of time at Dakota city in the school house volunteering where she actually did attend school as a child.
Betty loves being with her kids and grandkids and has made a homemade quilt for every single one of them!
Thank you Betty for being a giver and teaching us all how to love deeper!!
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Rotarian senior of the month: BETTY STEEGE

Betty has been a giver her whole life. At the Trinity Terrace she has been instrumental with getting card games ready, helps do the reading at the Bible studies, and she has made sensory stimulation blankets(fidget blankets) for the care center, which many residents with cognitive impairments have enjoyed!
She has spent a lot of time at Dakota city in the school house volunteering where she actually did attend school as a child.
Betty loves being with her kids and grandkids and has made a homemade quilt for every single one of them!
Thank you Betty for being a giver and teaching us all how to love deeper!!Image attachment

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So well deserved.

This is all so true!!! Betty Steege has always been kind, thoughtful, incredibly creative and artistic, and always willing to give back to others and share her MANY talents ❤️ The absolute best Grandma and role model a girl could ever ask for 💓

Betty Steege is a gem!

Yay Betty!!

That is so awesome!👏👏

Dorothy Schmidtke I see you!

Thank you Betty.

Thank you Betty!

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"It’s the first official day of fall!
Bring on the cooler temps, fall colors, bonfires, and smore’s.
#FallisHere #BigStoneTherapies #FallFun
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It’s the first official day of fall!
Bring on the cooler temps, fall colors, bonfires, and smore’s.
#FallisHere #BigStoneTherapies #FallFun

"Studies show that healthy behaviors, which can prevent some kinds of cancer, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease may also reduce your risk for cognitive decline. Although age, genetics, and family history can’t be changed, the Lancet Commission on dementia prevention, intervention, and care suggests that addressing risk factors may prevent or delay up to 40% of dementia cases.

Here’s what you can do:

Older woman having her blood pressure checked.
High blood pressure may increase your risk of dementia.

Quit smoking. Quitting smoking now may help maintain brain health and can reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer, lung disease, and other smoking-related illnesses. Free quitline: 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669
Maintain a healthy blood pressure level. Tens of millions of American adults have high blood pressure, and many do not have it under control. Learn the facts.
Be physically active. CDC studies show physical activity can improve thinking, reduce risk of depression and anxiety and help you sleep better. Here are tips to help you get started.
Maintain a healthy weight. Healthy weight isn’t about short-term dietary changes. Instead, it’s about a lifestyle that includes healthy eating and regular physical activity.
Get enough sleep. A third of American adults report that they usually get less sleep than the recommended amount. How much sleep do you need? It depends on your age.
Stay engaged. There are many ways for older adults to get involved in their community.
Manage blood sugar. Learn how to manage your blood sugar especially if you have diabetes."
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Studies show that healthy behaviors, which can prevent some kinds of cancer, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease may also reduce your risk for cognitive decline. Although age, genetics, and family history can’t be changed, the Lancet Commission on dementia prevention, intervention, and care suggests that addressing risk factors may prevent or delay up to 40% of dementia cases.

Here’s what you can do:

Older woman having her blood pressure checked. 
High blood pressure may increase your risk of dementia.

Quit smoking. Quitting smoking now may help maintain brain health and can reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer, lung disease, and other smoking-related illnesses. Free quitline: 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669
Maintain a healthy blood pressure level. Tens of millions of American adults have high blood pressure, and many do not have it under control. Learn the facts.
Be physically active. CDC studies show physical activity can improve thinking, reduce risk of depression and anxiety and help you sleep better. Here are tips to help you get started.
Maintain a healthy weight. Healthy weight isn’t about short-term dietary changes. Instead, it’s about a lifestyle that includes healthy eating and regular physical activity.
Get enough sleep. A third of American adults report that they usually get less sleep than the recommended amount. How much sleep do you need? It depends on your age.
Stay engaged. There are many ways for older adults to get involved in their community.
Manage blood sugar. Learn how to manage your blood sugar especially if you have diabetes.
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