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 June 2022
A Threatened Plant Thrives with Help from A.G. Rhodes Residents

It has been several years since A.G. Rhodes residents began participating in a unique preservation effort to save the American starvine, a threatened plant found in less than 30 known sites in the United States.
Thanks to years long research efforts—and with help from A.G. Rhodes residents who have been propagating and potting seedlings during Horticultural Therapy sessions—the plant is thriving. Read more.
"And the award goes to...."

In honor of National Nursing Home Week last month, the A.G. Rhodes homes celebrated exceptional staff who go above and beyond to care for elders at A.G. Rhodes. Read more and see the list of award winners. Congratulations to everyone!
A.G. Rhodes Atlanta
A.G. Rhodes Cobb
A.G. Rhodes Wesley Woods
A.G. Rhodes on WSB-TV Channel 2
A.G. Rhodes was recently featured in a WSB-TV story highlighting how we are overcoming staffing and other challenges following COVID-19. Watch the story and hear from some of our incredible Care Partners who truly are healthcare heroes.
It's Summertime at A.G. Rhodes!
Check out the fun activities going on to celebrate Father's Day, the beginning of summer, and the lucky winners from this week's BINGO!

Employee Spotlight: Priscilla Collins,

Medical Records

Priscilla Collins works in Medical Records at A.G. Rhodes Wesley Woods. Her day includes responding to medical record requests, filing records, and operating on tight deadlines. But she says the best part of her job is lending a hand wherever she’s needed.

“My main job is to be a team player. I put the biggest effort into being a team player.”
Read more about Priscilla.
A.G. Rhodes Celebrates!
"To me, Juneteenth represents Black history and Black culture. It's an opportunity to celebrate the strength of my ancestors who endured the worst possible treatment but were able to prevail. Juneteenth is not only an opportunity to celebrate but an opportunity for us all to reflect on the past and look towards the future for further progress."
~ Roselyn Charles, Admissions Director, A.G. Rhodes Cobb
“PRIDE is about living life openly and honestly, with integrity, dignity and joy, and without fear for simply being who I am. At A.G. Rhodes, I know I can unapologetically show up as my authentic self and feel respected and included by my peers and residents, many with whom I have built close relationships. A.G. Rhodes is truly a place where diversity is valued, and all staff and residents are welcomed and included.”
~ Jennifer Karlebach, Registered Dietitian, A.G. Rhodes Atlanta
A.G. Rhodes Atlanta resident, Willis Bivins, marched in the first Pride parade in New York in 1970. He was featured on World AIDS Day last December in this 11Alive Voices for Equality story.
Roselyn Charles
A.G. Rhodes Atlanta
Jennifer and Willis Bivins
Welcome to the Team!

We’re thrilled to welcome new Care Partners to the A.G. Rhodes family. See our staff updates
Are you or someone you know interested in working at A.G. Rhodes? Check out our latest job openings and apply online today!
In Memory Of...
If you have a loved one who was an A.G. Rhodes elder who recently passed away, email us at if you would like to include his or her name and link to the obituary in the next issue.
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