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Good Samaritan Society - Superior

1710 Idaho St., Superior, NE 68978
(402) 879-4791

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Good Samaritan Society - Superior

Good Samaritan Society – Superior
1710 Idaho St.
Superior, NE 68978

 

(402) 879-4791
(nursing home, rehab)

Good Samaritan Society –
Victorian Legacy

1160 Sunrise St.
Superior, NE 68978

 

(402) 879-3099
(assisted living)

 

Good Samaritan Society –
Wilde Ridge Estates

1720 Idaho St.
Superior, NE 68978

 

(402) 879-4794
(senior housing)


Center news

 

(Superior, Nebraska) – When Good Samaritan Society – Superior started its Food for Families program five years ago, the goal was to collect some nonperishable food items and help the community’s food pantry stock its shelves for the year.

 

“This was just something we thought we could do to meet a need in the community,” says Matthew Blum, administrator. Since then, Good Samaritan Society – Superior staff members have collected food and packed food boxes for the food pantry every year.

 

This year, after applying for a social accountability grant, the location expanded its efforts and collected money and more than 150 pounds of nonperishable food during the month of April.

 


Judy Malmouf and Lori Renz pack boxes for the Nuckolls County Food Pantry.

Staff, families and visitors contributed canned and other nonperishable food items to the drop boxes in the front entrance area and break room.

 

On Tuesdays and Fridays in April, staff members could wear jeans if they donated a can of food or another item. And on April 15, center leadership met at the food pantry to pack food boxes for area residents.

 

This opportunity allowed staff members to learn more about Community Action Partnership of Mid-Nebraska, which assists with the food pantry and provides nutrition support and programs to Superior and surrounding areas.

 

Matthew says that giving back to the community is a great way to help the people of Superior and carry out the Good Samaritan Society mission.

 

“Community involvement is important to our center because we have been in business in Superior for over 50 years,” Matthew says. “We have seen family members of residents become residents, and we’ve seen others become staff members. Some even move back to become residents.”

 

Click here to learn more about social accountability at the Good Samaritan Society.


Center news

Choosing a post-acute rehabilitation services center for yourself or someone you love is a big decision, but considering these five things can help you make the right choice.

 

1. What is post-acute rehabilitation?

Post-acute rehab — sometimes known as rehab therapy, sub-acute or transitional care — is designed for individuals of all ages who are rehabilitating and recovering following hospitalization from elective surgery, serious injury or illness.

 

Post-acute rehab offers a 24-hour multi-disciplinary focus emphasizing body, mind and soul to help people recover and return home.


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Center news

(Superior, Neb.) – A warm smile when you enter the room. A solid voice for you when you feel you have none. A gentle hug when you need it. An encouraging word when you are finding your way.

 

What small act of kindness from someone made a difference to you today? When can you remember extending that kindness to others?

 

For us at the Good Samaritan Society, we pray these acts happen every day with people we encounter. To help us intentionally create, recognize and gratefully receive kindness, we’ve started an approach to daily life called The Good Samaritan Society Way.

 

It’s a new way of sharing God’s love in word and deed, but it’s also an extension of what we’ve always done. And it’s now an invitation for you to help us create places filled with meaning, hope and love.

 

In this approach, we emphasize eight traits—compassion, joy, acceptance, love, honesty, perseverance, humility and courage—that we challenge ourselves to live out in our interactions with those we serve, and with each other.


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