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St. Joseph Living Center in Windham Continues Its Mission

Posted on May 22, 2020 in: Caregiver Spirituality

St. Joseph Living Center in Windham Continues Its Mission

COVID-19 has certainly changed how things are done here at St. Joseph Living Center. While families have been asked not to visit, we work hard to make sure our residents have the ability to chat with them. Communication is the key in every aspect of life. 

St. Joseph Living Center is a 120-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility located in Windham.  We offer short-term rehabilitation, along with long-term and end of life care. We also offer outpatient therapy that services patients in the community. Our facility adheres to the moral and ethical teachings of the Catholic Church. Our mission is the delivery of services in a spirit of compassion, love and service consistent with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Mass is celebrated daily. 

We happily care for people of all faiths. St. Joseph Living Center has a very dedicated group of more than 100 volunteers who enhance the lives of our residents. We proudly serve as a training site for multiple colleges and technical schools, and more than 100 students annually gain hands-on experience while completing their clinical rotations at St. Joseph Living Center. 

We are thankful for our staff who come in every day to take care of and love our residents.  

By Ginny Person

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