Happy Mother’s Day!

Mother’s Day weekend is always full of activity at Westminster Canterbury Richmond. Moms and caregivers of all ages are celebrated throughout the campus – from new moms in the Child Development Center to our more experienced resident moms and everyone in between. It is a time to offer thanks to that special person who loves […]

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Nurses Week

As part of our celebration of Nurses Week we hold our annual Nurses Award Celebration. Residents, family and fellow staff nominate nursing staff who they have seen go above and beyond in giving the best care possible. From those nominees a committee chooses the few who will receive our Tabb and Clinical Excellence Awards. As […]

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Healthcare Excellence Expansion

Westminster Canterbury Richmond offers a full range of healthcare services to meet our residents’ needs at many levels – assisted living, memory support, Mary Morton Parsons Health Center, and our independent living clinic. Now, I’m excited to share that we are adding more services so that we can shift from reacting to sickness to proactively […]

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National Volunteer Week

Westminster Canterbury Richmond celebrated National Volunteer Week from April 15-21, 2018.  This week was designated to thank volunteers across the nation who lend their time, talent, voice and support to causes they care about in the community.   On Tuesday, April 17, we celebrated our resident volunteers with a fun and delicious dessert party. These residents […]

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You make the biggest difference

We are so thankful for our amazing donors to Westminster Canterbury Foundation. Their generosity is truly inspiring and they make so much happen here at Westminster Canterbury Richmond. Giving in each of these areas makes a huge impact on our residents and creates a margin of excellence that establishes us as the premier continuing care […]

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John Burns on Reaching Out

Hi – I’m John Burns, President and CEO of Westminster Canterbury Richmond, and I’m pleased to be able to share with you an update about an exciting project being led by our workforce. Last year, Westminster Canterbury Foundation completed a Community Needs Assessment that explored barriers to healthy aging in greater Richmond. We know the […]

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Spring has sprung at Westminster Canterbury!

One of the wonderful annual events here at Westminster Canterbury Richmond is the Daffodil Show, complete with an educational workshop, judging and even a chance for the children in the Child Development Center to get involved. Residents and staff bring in their best blooms and show off their green thumbs as entries are judged in […]

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Fellowship

A few months ago, our admissions office received an emotional call from a grieving son named Rob.  Rob’s dad has a movement disorder.  His mom has been the primary caregiver.  Though Rob and his sister stay in close touch with their parents and help as often as they possibly can, both siblings are busy with […]

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#DisruptAgeism

Ageism – discrimination against persons of a certain age group.  In other words, ageism is discriminating against us just because we grow older.  We reject this.  We need to disrupt ageism. Those of us who are fortunate to continue to enjoy each new day and each new year are blessed.  Not only are we moving […]

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Technology helps us stay connected

Technology and connectivity is an ever-increasing part of all our lives. We get our news online, do our banking online, and communicate with our friends and family via text and social media. At Westminster Canterbury Richmond, it’s important to us that we can communicate with our residents in ways that are easy and accessible. In […]

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