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What is a human’s most fundamental need? According to an article on Social Health, the answer is the need to be needed. They go on to describe this need as “an individual’s sense of significance; the feeling that they have a community, group, or individual that...

The Heritage Pointe Communities team says thank you to Mr. Paul J. Reiff who recently completed his term on the United Methodist Memorial Home Board of Trustees. Rev. James D. Jones, President of the Board of Trustees, presented a Resolution of Appreciation and plaque to Mr....

Heritage Pointe of Huntington invites you to apply for a nursing position! We currently have a need for full-time, third-shift nurses. The shift runs from 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. We are accepting both LPNs and RNs for these positions. Working at Heritage Pointe of Huntington offers...

And, thank you to our outgoing board members for your service Heritage Pointe Communities announces and welcomes its new Board of Trustees President, Rev. James D. Jones. Rev. Jones was elected President of the Board of Trustees of the United Methodist Memorial Home for the next three...

Read more from our Rehab partner, HTS, and their blog about speech therapy and swallowing disorders. May is Hearing and Speech Therapy Month! Speech Therapy involves the evaluation and treatment of people who have trouble with speech, language, cognitive function, as well as swallowing disorders. Adults can develop...

Help promote Speech Therapy and communication for all in your community! Heritage Pointe of Huntington is proud to partner with HTS, our rehabilitation partner, to promote May 2018 as "Better Hearing and Speech Month."  Heritage Pointe of Huntington's rehab services provides both speech and occupational therapy,...

  It’s no secret your body changes as you age. But, those changes don't have to limit your independence. The key to healthy aging (and aging well!) is a healthy lifestyle. It's easy to get caught up in the luxuries of retirement, but physical health still...

Read more from our rehab and therapy group, HTS, about managing urinary incontinence. Do you find you have trouble trying to control your bladder? You may be suffering from urinary incontinence if you find any of the following to be true: You've lost control of your bladder. ...

What exactly is Memory Care? Memory care is a specific type of long-term skilled nursing for patients with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and other memory problems. It typically falls under the “Assisted Living” umbrella. Memory care units, also called special care units (SCUs), usually provide 24-hour supervised...