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    Presbyterian Manor staff has a passion for serving

    At Topeka Presbyterian Manor, we share a culture of learning, growth and engagement. It all starts with our staff, who carry out these values in everything they do.This month, we are recognizing those who have dedicated five or more years of their careers to this community. Unfortunately, we were unable to acknowledge these team members in person this year.   Read More...

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    Major renovation project begins at Topeka Presbyterian Manor

    On Jan. 16, Topeka Presbyterian Manor and Harbin Construction kicked off a $1.6 million renovation project.Work on the 17-acre campus will include a redesign and remodel of the main entrance, common areas, dining rooms and the library. Construction will create separate dining and event spaces for residents in independent and assisted living.   Read More...

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    Director of nursing feels at home at the Presbyterian Manor

    Jodi Broxterman’s decision to join the staff of Topeka Presbyterian Manor came down to a feeling.“The Presbyterian Manor just felt homey when I came here for my interview,” said Jodi, who serves as the health care director of nursing. She joined the staff last May.Jodi has spent most of her 23-year career in long-term care. She was a CNA in high school before becoming a CMA.   Read More...

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    New Year, New You Nutrition Spotlight: Tara Schooler, R.D.

    “It’s important to have a good relationship with food—to eat healthfully, but also to enjoy the food you love,” said Tara Schooler, the registered dietician for Topeka Presbyterian Manor.“People can have a lot of guilt around food, which can make them feel bad when they shouldn’t feel bad.”A graduate of Kansas State University, Tara worked as a food service director for Silver Lake Public Schools before joining Topeka Presbyterian Manor two years ago. Sh...  Read More...

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    For Kelvin Cameron, work is like coming home

    For environmental services and maintenance employee Kelvin Cameron his work at Topeka Presbyterian Manor is less like a job and more like helping out his family.“My objective is to give residents what they need and want,” Cameron said. “I try to take care of their problems—whether that’s patching holes, fixing lights or working on small plumbing issues. The residents are just like family.   Read More...