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Leeann Chapman

February- Employee of the Month Leeann has worked in our community for two years, starting in an entry-level caregiver position, and working her way up to our most senior caregiver on the 2nd shift in the Assisted Living department. She has provided phenomenal care to...

Waymond Watts

February– Resident Spotlight Waymond has been a resident of Rosewood for more than 3 months! He grew up in Rome, Georgia, and has lived there most of his life. Mr. Watts was a school teacher for Walker County Schools, and he was also a cattle farmer! After he retired,...

Employee of the Year!

2020 — Employee of the Year Nurses understand, plan, encourage, wipe tears, heal, bandage, teach, hold hands, laugh, listen, comfort, monitor, respond, and care, all without a prescription. Faye is one of our wonderful nurses in the Memory Care unit. She has been a...

Alma Beal

January- Employee of the Month Alma is a caregiver on the 3rd shift in Personal Care. She is always willing to lend a helping hand and goes above and beyond to provide exceptional care for our residents. She has been part of the Rosewood family since 2019 and has been...

Jim Beasley

January- Resident Spotlight Jim has been a resident in our community for several months now. He and his family are from Birmingham, Alabama. Jim met his wife of 57 years at their workplace, where they were both social workers. They have one daughter and one grandson....

What We’ve Been up To

December was a blast! We celebrated the season surrounded by beautiful Christmas trees and cheerful decor. It was truly a winter wonderland. The residents enjoyed walking the halls of our community to see the lights and trees and listened to peaceful Christmas music...

When Seniors Should Stop Driving

Providing the Best Senior Care for Your Loved Ones Autonomy is a precious thing, and it’s also a hard thing to let go of. But as we age, there are things we have to begin to approach differently. One harsh reality of aging is loss of mobility, and specifically the...

What We’ve Been Up To

In November, we celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday! We enjoyed a lovely Thanksgiving feast, served by our dining staff dressed up as pilgrims. It was a lovely celebration. We have been doing several crafts, like making wreaths and door hangers! Memory Care has...