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Whatever It Takes And Then Some September 2018 winners

Play money

Peggy Ewing, certified medication technician at Life Care Center of Carrollton, Missouri, noticed that a resident was always wanting to pay for his meal. He would ask every day what the meal was going to cost and then become upset and not want to eat because he didn’t have any money to pay...

LeFaivre, former WWII Cadet Corps Nurse, featured in national magazine

Mary LeFaivre

Mary LeFaivre, a World War II-era nurse who was part of the historical United States Army Cadet Nurse Corps, has been featured in a national magazine.

LeFaivre currently resides at Life Care Center of Carrollton, Missouri, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center run by Life Care Centers of America....

Harold Stewart turns 100 at Life Care Center of Carrollton

Harold Stewart, center, with his family

Harold Stewart, a resident at Life Care Center of Carrollton, Missouri, recently celebrated his 100th birthday.

Around 100 family members and friends gathered at Life Care Center of Carrollton for an ice cream and cake social....

George Rogers wins company’s divisional customer service award

George Rogers, bus driver at Life Care Center of Carrollton

George Rogers, bus driver at Life Care Center of Carrollton, Missouri, received Life Care Centers of America’s Central Division Whatever It Takes And Then Some Award on Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017, for his dedication to customer service....

Life Care Center of Carrollton wins Silver National Quality Award

Silver National Quality Award

Life Care Center of Carrollton, Missouri, recently received the 2017 Silver – Achievement in Quality Award from the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living.

Life Care Center of Carrollton was one of only 191 organizations nationwide and four in Missouri to receive this level of recognition this year....

Life Care Center of Carrollton celebrates National Nursing Home Week

Kevin Brown and his wife, Jeannie, with their Chevelle

Life Care Center of Carrollton, Missouri, celebrated National Nursing Home Week with the theme “The Spirit of America,” May 14-19, 2017.

Opening day was Sunday, May 14, with a Mother’s Day tea. The ladies enjoyed this event as an Elvis tribute artist came and put on an unforgettable show for the residents and their families.

Life Care Center of Carrollton atends 37th annual Public Administrator’s Convention

Associates from each facility represent Life Care at the baseball-themed booth

Missouri Life Care facilities attended the 37th annual Public Administrator’s Convention in Festus, Missouri, April 25_28, 2017. Representing the Missouri facilities were Life Care Center of Carrollton, Northwood Hills Care Center, Life Care Center of Brookfield and Life Care Center of Waynesville.

The theme of the 2017 conference was Coalition of Caring. There were more than 60 vendors at the event. Life Care’s booth featured a baseball theme depicting coming together as a team....

Life Care Center of Carrollton helps woman improve mobility after fall

Dawn Meierer

Dawn Meierer came to Life Care Center of Carrollton, Missouri, on Oct. 4, 2016, after she fell and fractured her leg.

Meierer had been independent with a walker prior to her fall, and she was fearful of falling again. She had to overcome many obstacles to achieve the goals set by her therapist and her personal goals of losing weight and walking with a walker again....

Life Care Center of Carrollton hosts Annual Fall Festival and Car Show

The 1957 Chevy – first-place winner

Life Care Center of Carrollton hosted its Annual Fall Festival and Car Show on Oct. 10, 2016.

More than 20 cars, trucks and motorcycles were on display, along with a M777 Howitzer and a 5-ton MTV from the Missouri Army National Guard. Three residents judged the contest and awarded prizes to the top three winners.

Life Care Center of Carrollton resident shares wartime story

LeFaivre in her nurse cadet uniform

Mary Miller LeFaivre, a resident at Life Care Center of Carrollton, Missouri, was born on Jan. 12, 1925, in rural De Witt, Missouri.

LeFaivre grew up in a poverty-stricken area, but she would end up being a part of a living legacy.