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Cornerstone Gardens to host booth at Senior Expo Sept. 24

By Ashley Corn
Journal Reporter

The Belton Journal will be hosting the 2013 Senior Expo on Sept. 24.
The Senior Expo has a large variety of booths set up throughout the Expo Center, all of them offering information from helpful people for senior citizens regarding healthcare, assisted living options, insurance, senior activity centers, and much more. Amongst those, will be Cornerstone Gardens.

Cornerstone Gardens offers five star exceptional nursing care in an “at home” relaxed environment that respects each resident as a unique individual. Some of the many services that they offer are: therapeutic diets catered to each individual’s needs, assistance with daily living routines; on–site physical, speech and occupational therapy, 24 hour nursing staff, psychiatrist/ psychology visits, diagnostic services, special holiday activities, and much more.
“We intend for seniors to leave this event knowing that there are still places in their area that truly care about seniors and want to give them the best possible care.” Marie O’Neal, Director of Marketing for Cornerstone Gardens said.
The Cornerstone Gardens booth will be offering more in depth information regarding: amenities, insurances accepted, prices, locations, rehab and healthcare, long term stays, and any question you or your family have for possibly joining the Cornerstone Garden family. The booth will have a Jamaican theme with some prizes in store for seniors that stop by.
“We feel it’s important for Cornerstone Gardens to be a part of this event to help our community be more aware of what’s available for them, whether it be long term stay, rehabilitation after surgery, or a hospital stay. We want the community to know we are a large part of their rehabilitation and we will always work our hardest on getting them back home and making them feel at home while here at Cornerstone Gardens,” O’Neal said.
If you wish to gain more information on Cornerstone Gardens, be sure to stop by the Expo Center on Sept. 24, and speak to Marie O’Neal.