Generations Healthcare Network took a moment to thank our incredible staff, by having a food truck stop by to provide meals to everyone! We have an amazing team who has stuck together to provide the care needed to our residents. We are grateful for their hard work and dedication.
Generations Healthcare Network’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jeff Kreamer was interviewed on for a WEEK-TV story about how Central Illinois Nursing homes are taking precautions for COVID-19. Generations at Riverview was featured in the news story as a facility who has been proactive in taking steps to protect their residents by limiting visitors and assessing… Read more»
At this time, we would like to make it clear that we are limiting visitors to the Facility. Until further notice, the following VISITOR RESTRICTIONS are in place to protect your loved ones from the spread of respiratory infection: No visitors under the age of 18 are allowed into the Facility. Only essential visits are… Read more»
Generations at Riverview Food Service Director and Executive Chef Marty Lacefield competed in the seventh annual Neighborhood House Food Fight, held Feb. 27, 2020 at the Par-A-Dice Hotel and Casino in Peoria. Proceeds benefitted the Neighborhood House Association, a local non-profit with a mission of alleviating poverty at its roots, through an array of programs… Read more»
When a loved one is staying at a nursing home, it can be a time of adjustment for everyone. It is very common to worry about when to visit, what to say, and what to do. A visit however, is a wonderful time for bonding, connecting, and learning. It’s a very natural to feel as… Read more»
Providing residents with stimulating activities is an important part of the care given by Generations at Riverview. Our activities programs are designed for all levels of participatory ability. From lively discussions, card games, trivia and current events, to outings and performances in-house, our activity programs are designed to appeal to each resident’s physical, mental and… Read more»
Virginia B. is an 86-year-old woman who suffered from a fall at home which caused altered mental status and generalized weakness. Her family was extremely concerned with whether rehabilitation would help. Virginia was able to complete her rehabilitation 5 weeks before scheduled discharge, and she was able to go back home with her family.
1) What is heart failure? Heart Failure does not mean the heart has stopped working, rather the heart’s pumping power is weaker than normal. With heart failure, blood moves through the heart and body at a slower rate, and pressure in the heart increases. 2) Who is at risk for developing heart failure? Risk factors… Read more»