Sometimes there are just great people looking out for others. That was exactly the case in Missoula, MT. Kyong Kapalczynski, owner of the McDonalds, in Missoula, MT did something special for the residents of the BeeHive Homes of Missoula out of kindness and awareness of the current COVID-a9 situation. What could be better than free Happy Meals to the residents and staff of Beehive Homes to share a little joy? While many organizations are entering the recovery stage of COVID-19 and allowing community members to return to a bit of normalcy, the elderly in these homes are still at a higher risk of contracting the virus and cannot have visitors or leave the homes. "We hope the surprise of these meals will bring huge smiles to the faces of the residents at Missoula Beehive Home," said McDonald's Owner/Operator Kyong Kapalczynski in a statement. Thank you, Kyong for your awareness and desire to serve the community of Missoula. Our BeeHive residents and staff appreciate you!
Once again the BeeHive Homes of American Fork, Utah has been recognized for being the Best of the Best in assisted living. We are grateful to have owners and staff that put the care of the residents they serve before all else. Congratulations and keep up the great work.
The BeeHive Homes of Frisco assisted living and memory care services have recently completed that expansion of their senior care services in Frisco, Texas. For more information on the available assisted living, memory care, and respite care services, please contact the home.
The BeeHive Homes of Goshen, Kentucky is pleased and honored to be recognized as a Caring Super Star by Caring.com. This award requires recipients to meet a rigorous set of criteria based on consumer ratings and reviews published publicly on Caring.com. In order to receive the Caring Super Star award, the home must receive the Caring Star award for at least the 2 previous years. We a beyond proud of the work and care that is taking place in the BeeHive Homes of Goshen, Kentucky. The home is owned and operated by Eric and Catherine Sherrard.
2020 has been a tough year to keep families connected within the senior living environment. BeeHive Homes has done our very best to be creative and innovative in keeping families connected with residents. However, one high school senior has taken it upon himself to do his part as well. Dominic Bitzan, a high school senior at Spectrum High School in Elk River, knew he could use technology to help BeeHive residents stay connected with their families. All he needed was a little help from a partner that would help him gather the iPads. By working with Great River Energy they were able to provide iPads to the residents at BeeHive Homes in Elk River, MN. Read the article here.