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Topeka Presbyterian Manor announces third party contactor has tested positive for COVID-19

Topeka Presbyterian Manor announces that a third party, non-direct resident care contractor has tested positive for COVID-19. The Shawnee County Health Department and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) Epidemiology Hotline have been notified. Because the contractor did not have direct contact with any residents or employees for an extended period of time, no additional testing is recommended. The individual is asymptomatic.
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September 17, 2020

Topeka Presbyterian Manor announces employee has tested positive for COVID-19

Topeka Presbyterian Manor announces that a non-direct resident care employee has tested positive for COVID-19. Because the employee was not involved in providing direct care, this positive case will not affect our reopening plans.
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September 5, 2020

Presbyterian Manor to host virtual elder law event

Forget everything you’ve been told about estate planning and elder law. Most of it is probably wrong anyway. Topeka Presbyterian Manor will bust those myths in a free virtual event featuring local elder law attorney Scott Sexton on September 28. Learn the most common things people get wrong about elder law and estate planning, a poorly understood area of the law. Sexton will explain why these misunderstandings are dangerous and costly, and share simple, affordable actions people can take now to avoid these pitfalls.
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September 2, 2020

Presbyterian Manor takes gradual approach to reopening community

At Topeka Presbyterian Manor, the COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in a season of transformation, as we adjust how we provide services to our residents in order to keep them safe. That involves lots of flexibility and patience, says Heather Pilkinton, executive director. Learn more about how the community is gradually lifting restrictions.
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August 27, 2020

‘Good Samaritan’ donors ensure residents are well cared for — for life

An average of 57 residents at Topeka Presbyterian Manor benefit from the Good Samaritan Program, which helps residents who have outlived their financial resources. Learn more about the initiative that gives residents and their families’ peace of mind.
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August 12, 2020
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