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A contract employee of Topeka Presbyterian Manor has tested positive for COVID-19 as part of ongoing surveillance testing at the community. The employee last worked on January 8, screening in before their shift and wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) while at work.
Two independent living residents of Topeka Presbyterian Manor who previously tested positive for COVID-19 have passed away. It is never easy to say goodbye to a beloved resident. It’s even more difficult during this awful pandemic. The entire Topeka Presbyterian Manor family is in mourning at this time.
Every year, we celebrate the creative spirit with the Art Is Ageless exhibition and competition at Topeka Presbyterian Manor, which is open to local artists age 65 or over. If you’re need inspiration for your next project, you might look to the Topeka Public Library, Prairie Glass, or Leaping Llamas.