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Congratulations Stacey! Residential Center Employee of the Month!
Administrative Assistant Candace Robinson has been named April Employee of the Month at C.A.R.S.’s Trumansburg Residential Center.
Residential Counselor Manny Mieles has been selected as March’s Employee of the Month!
Recreational Therapist Monica Adelman was named February Employee of the Month at C.A.R.S.’ Trumansburg Residential Center.
The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered dramatic changes throughout everyday life — and in the medical community as well. Not only are providers across the country postponing elective procedures, but many are also encouraging people to avoid in-office appointments to reduce their risk of exposure to this highly contagious coronavirus.
Over the past few months, the CARS Recreation Therapy Department has been working on increasing leisure skills and community connections with our clients.
The style of yoga that I teach is called Kundalini Yoga. Though this style of yoga has been practiced for hundreds of years, it was brought to American from India in 1969 by a man named Yogi Bhajan.
A Letter from Nancy Zahler, Coordinator of the Ulysses Christmas Bureau:Dear Bill, on behalf of the volunteers who organize the Ulysses Christmas Bureau to enable neigh- bors to help neighbors, I wanted to extend our appreciation to you and the residents who provided such wonderful help this holiday season.
“Recreation therapy is new to the CARS community this year. While CARS has had recreation for a very long time, therapeutic recreation is fun with a purpose. Clients will learn valuable skills during leisure activities - which include increasing self-esteem, decision making, impulse control, following step-by-step instructions, and maintaining healthy relationships with peers and staff.