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Celebrating an Anniversary

— With the COVID-19 Virus upon Us, Celebrating a 65th Anniversary was Unique. Wayne met Catherine back in school when she was 14 years old and were married 4 years later. Wayne normally visits daily, but since late March he has only been able to visit through a window or Skype. On April 5th Catherine was... Read More

Happy Birthday!

— Residents Jane B. Thomas L. Susan K. JoAnn T. Linda I. Staff Brenda J. Jessica L. Mayvelyn M. Mona N. Mike K. Protégé A. Beatriz P.

Letter From The Administrator

— At Tarpon Point service is a core component of our mission and values. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life and general wellbeing of all of our residents, staff, associates and families. This is accomplished by providing and enriching environment for those who have devoted their lives to the health care field. We... Read More

Honoring Our Heroes on Superhero Day

— First celebrated in 1955, National Superhero Day is observed each year on April 28. On this day we honor both fictional and real superheroes, who serve and protect while fighting evil. Fictional superheroes gained popularity in the 1930s and 40s with the debut of comic book characters including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Captain America.... Read More

Covid 19 – Coronavirus

— The most at risk population are the elderly and people with existing health issues. This is an outline for our approach of containment of the Covid 19 – Corona Virus. This will include a combination of interventions. Firstly, We will be careful with our admissions, screening them for any respiratory issues. We will treat as... Read More

Traditional Easter Symbols

— While some Easter symbols are widely known, a few are not: Easter Bunny – The hare is one of the most adorable and well-known symbols of Easter. Children wait to catch a glimpse of him hopping to their house with a basket full of goodies. Easter Candles – In the Christian faith, white candles are... Read More

Letter from the Administrator

— Hello to all our residents, families, friends and colleagues. The management team here at Tarpon Point Nursing and Rehabilitation realizes that the past few weeks have been a difficult for all of you because of the COVID-19 virus and not allowing visitors to our facility. We do understand that this is a personal hardship for... Read More

Corona virus (COVID-19) Update

— To Our Residents and Family Members: We know some of you may be concerned about the spread of COVID-19 (the new coronavirus) being reported in the media and how it may impact us here at Tarpon Point Nursing and Rehabilitation. Ensuring residents are cared for in a safe and healthy environment is our greatest concern.... Read More

March is Nutritional Month: Nutrition Needs in the Golden Years

— As we age, we need fewer calories—about 10% less per decade from age 50 onward—but not necessarily fewer nutrients. With our bodies’ own natural antioxidant systems losing steam, we need to increase our intake of antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables like artichokes, blackberries, blueberries, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cranberries and dried plums. Because of this calorie-nutrient paradox,... Read More