This week, Governor Wolf expanded the mask wearing order in Pennsylvania to make mask wearing mandatory whenever you leave home for everyone two and older. Wearing a mask can be a challenge. It’s not part of our normal routine, masks can feel uncomfortable, and sometimes we just don’t want to wear one– but we do, because we have the cognitive …

You are probably familiar with the word mindfulness. It’s talked about a lot – and for good reason! The benefits of mindfulness are powerful. However, it can feel overwhelming to know where to start. Mindfulness can feel like a huge, intangible thing that some people are able to cultivate and others just naturally aren’t. Luckily, mindfulness is actually something that …

I want to acknowledge, reflect, and celebrate this historic day. June 19th, known as Juneteenth and Emancipation Day, marked the end of slavery in the United States in 1865. Though we cannot close our doors this year in recognition of June 19th due to the financial impact of the pandemic, this is an important moment to honor Black history and …

Caring for residents with mental health issues during the Corona pandemic is a daunting task and incredibly challenging. However, with the right plan in place and the staff to execute it, this daunting task becomes a little easier. Today, I’m going to share some of the ways that our Adult Services residential team at Meson adapted to support our residents …