Homewood Residence Events

We are committed to making a difference for our residents and their families every day. My satisfaction comes from improving their quality of life, by, nurturing their mind, body,and spirit through a dynamic, stimulating, and fun Life Enrichment Program. Our focus is on maintaining health and independence throughout life. Honoring this daily, helps to "make a difference" for our residents that will enhance their lives, and make all of us smile!

12.11.2006

My Favorite Fall Shot

Fall Fun





Fall At lake Jocasse





Halloween At Homewood










9.29.2006

HOMEWOOD RESIDENCE AT CLEVELAND PARK

8.11.2006

GONE FISHING







7.01.2006

WELCOME NEW RESIDENCE SERVICE COORDINATOR


For those of you who did not know me when I was at Homewood previously, please let me introduce myself. My name is Cynthia Bosworth and I was employed at Homewood back in 2001 as the Residence Services Coordinator. Words cannot express how happy I am to be back as a member of the Homewood Family! Professionally, I have more than 20 years experience in Healthcare and Business settings. I get my greatest satisfaction from seeing people happy and living their life to their fullest potential.

In my spare time, I enjoy walking my husky (Bandit) at Paris Mountain, reading (yes, believe it or not, I can walk and read at the same time J), writing poetry in my journal, playing the occasional game of golf with my son, Christopher & just enjoying life. I enjoy being around people who are honest & trustworthy, and who truly care about one another. I begin my day every morning by saying a quote by one of my favorite poet’s, John Greenleaf Whittier –

The joy that you give to others is the joy that comes back to you

I truly believe I am back at Homewood because this is where I am meant to be. Thank you residents and associates for welcoming me back with open arms and by sharing your Joyous times and moments with me daily.


Cynthia S. Bosworth
864-250-1188 x203
cbosworth@arclp.com

3.02.2006

MY PEOPLE



In my heart they are my people
Faces creased gray and wrinkled
Not with worry but by time
Between the folds
in hands and faces
They hold so much
and give so much
The keys to where they've been and where I'm going!
Up and down the hallways I move room to room
collecting my treasures
They give me names and stories,needs and wishes
And I hold them all in my heart
Because the heart (they tell me)
Is big enough to hold it all. By,Sandra Ferguson A.D.,L.E.C.