Meet a Member of the Mindful Care Family-Wanda Kennedy

At Mindful Care, there’s a whole lotta lovin’ goin’ on! She loves to go there. She loves the games. She enjoys the arts and crafts. She felt a great sense of pride when she brought home a little wooden train she had painted for her oldest grandson. The day’s activities … Continue reading

Meet a Member of the Mindful Care Family-Art Longuevan

 Art Longuevan: A Lifetime of Memories and Achievements Art Longuevan, age 86, attends Mindful Care Adult Day Services in Murfreesboro one day a week. His son, Scott, says he seems “to have a lot of fun when he’s there.” When Scott picks his father up, he’ll ask what he did … Continue reading

Meet a Member of the Mindful Care Family-Annie Couch

Caregiver calls Mindful Care a ‘Lifesaver’ Twenty-five years ago, had you walked into the African Methodist Episcopal Church in Shelbyville, Tenn., you might have seen Annie Couch standing up front delivering a sermon. After four years of religious study, Annie, at age 65, became a local elder in her home … Continue reading

Swim, twist and jitterbug for a really cool cause

(MURFREESBORO) Rock ‘n’ rollers of all ages are invited to the second annual Mindful Care Adult Day Services fundraiser, “Sock Hop Down Memory Lane,” Friday, April 21, from 7 to 10 p.m. Donations at the door will serve as admission. The event will take place at Dance Murfreesboro—At the Warehouse, … Continue reading

Candle Light Open House

Mindful Care Adult Day Services of Rutherford County will host a commemorative ceremony, Friday, Nov. 13, at 11:30 a.m., to honor loved ones past and present stricken with Alzheimer’s disease. The event will be held at New Vision Baptist Church, located at 1750 N. Thompson Lane in Murfreesboro. The public … Continue reading

Mindful Care Adult Day Services to host “Mardi Gras in May”

Mindful Care Adult Day Services will host “Mardi Gras in May,” Saturday, May 30, to benefit the seven-year-old program that offers cognitive activities, social experiences and compassionate care for persons with mild Alzheimer’s and other memory-related challenges. Open and free to the community, the party will be hel d from … Continue reading

Foundation gives agencies $44K in grants, January 26, 2015

Daily News Journal, January 26, 2015 RUTHERFORD COUNTY – Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee is awarding $44,250 in grants to nine Rutherford County nonprofit organizations as part of The Foundation’s annual grant-making process. “The Community Foundation is honored to connect generosity with need through these annual grants and through other … Continue reading