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Cleveland Regional Medical Center manages two long-term care facilities:

Cleveland Pines
Located approximately one mile from the Cleveland Regional Medical Center campus in Shelby, N.C., Cleveland Pines Nursing Center has 120 beds with skilled and intermediate nursing. With a special emphasis on rehabilitation, we can discharge a significant portion of our residents back home in the community. Our facility, only eight years old, features modern architecture; an aviary; a 55-gallon freshwater aquarium; an outdoor wonder garden; 24-hour professional nursing supervision and physician coverage; certified nursing assistants; dental care; opthamological, psychiatric and pharmacy services; physical, speech and occupational therapy; medical social work support; licensed dietitians for nutritional needs; wide variety of life enhancement activities; residents council; 24-hour security; and a chaplain on staff.

For more information, call 704-480-0128.

Crawley Memorial Hospital
Managed by Cleveland Regional Medical Center in Boiling Springs, N.C., Crawley Memorial Hospital has 60 beds with acute, skilled and intermediate care. Whether our residents need long- or short-term rehabilitation, our emphasis is returning them to the community. With this goal in mind, we provide 24- hour registered nurse supervision and physician coverage; certified nursing assistants; dental care; psychiatric and pharmacy services; speech language pathology; physical therapy; occupational therapy; nutritional support; a wide variety of life enhancement activities; and a resident council.

For more information, call 980-487-1300.

Facts for seniors:

It's a myth that we need less sleep in our senior years.

Glaucoma, a disease of the optic nerve, is a leading cause of blindness in the U.S., especially for older people.

The 2nd most common accident around the home - and one that causes 800 senior deaths a year - is burns and fires.
Steps to make your home safer for seniors:

Provide good lighting throughout the house, including night-lights.

Tape down area rugs or remove them if possible.

Rearrange furniture to prevent blocked exits.

Install a smoke detector and a carbon monoxide detector on every floor of the house, including the basement.
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