Blog Posts: Messages from Stuart Bunting
What's in the word, Support? by Stuart Bunting, RWC President and CEO Each weekday morning a team from across RWC functional areas gathers for a few minutes to share what is planned for the
February Opportunities and Birdsong Tablets Explained by Stuart Bunting, RWC President & CEO. February may be a short month, but it is packed with experiences to enjoy. The Rams and
Season's Greetings from Stuart Bunting, RWC President & CEO. We have had an amazing year in the RWC neighborhood. Christmas is upon us and we are immersed in a wide
Dispelling myths about paying for a Retirement Community By Penny Smith, RWC Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer Q. What do you consider to be the top myth
A message from Stuart Bunting, it's time to officially head into the busiest time of the year - the holiday season. I find myself, and maybe you do as well, needing
Montross Artist will Headline RWC’s July Art Show Diane Jackson will display local scenes from days gone by Chesapeake Bay buyboats and wharfs that no longer exist are among Montross
Our May "Employee of the Month" is Tom Conner in the RWC Maintenance Department. Tom has been an employee at RWC for over nine years. He was recognized for doing whatever the residents need
Attend the Longest Day event where you can join thousands all over the U.S. and take the opportunity to learn more about Alzheimer's disease. Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury is sponsoring a Longest Day event in Kilmarnock,
Alzheimer's, Dementia and the Stages of Memory Loss
RWC Dementia Coordinator Mary Arthur adds credential to long list Certified Dementia Consultant is latest accomplishment Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury (RWC) Dementia Coordinator Mary Arthur has just added another credential to her
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