Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea at McCall Manor

The staff at Accessible enjoyed a pleasurable afternoon with residents at McCall Manor over a cup of tea and scones. A different selection of tea's were served along with finger sandwiches - Ham and Cucumber and Egg salad sandwiches. Scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam went down a treat on a hot afternoon. Caron Kipp and Jasmine Irvin served tea and spoke about the history of Afternoon Tea to the residents.

Queen Neela

Queen Neelah


Neewollah Background Neewollah celebration (Halloween spelled backwards) began in 1919 as an effort to provide positive activities for kids of all ages in place of the typical Halloween pranks that occurred in the community of Independence, Kansas. In the beginning the events centered on parades, morning, afternoon, and night on October 31. The parades consisted mainly of decorated cars and carriages. Queens and princesses from area festivals rode in the parades, along with our own Queen Neelah who was selected based on votes bought at a penny each. The Great Depression and World War II interrupted the Neewollah celebration but in 1958 four businessmen revived and elaborated on the Neewollah theme bringing it back as a 3-day celebration. Today Neewollah is the largest annual celebration in Kansas. The city of Independence will grow from a town of just under 10,000 inhabitants to 75,000 in the final days of the now 10-day celebration. Today's celebration now includes 3 parades, a Doo Dah Parade (adult Kiddie Parade), a Kiddies Parade and a Grand Parade. Chili Cook-off, a hometown musical and queen's pageant also add to the festival activities.

Teyler Aemisegger

Queen Nealah Candidate

Accessible Home Health has sponsored Teyler for this years Queen Neelah. As a candidate Teyler will be expected to committ to certain duties during the Neewollah festivities. Each candidate is a high school sophmore or senior and will be judged on her talents, grades and community commitments. Teyler is a proud member of Independence High School and participates in band (she plays the drums) and also works part-time as a CNA at a local nursing home. She has also worked at the local pool as a lifeguard. Please join us in wishing Teyler all the best for the upcoming announcements on October 27th, 2015.

Chance for Chance Press Release

Accessible Home Health, Inc. would like to thank all of those who helped raise money for Chance Betzner and his family. We raised over $2,000 for his medical needs. The family and would like to send a special thank you to AMBUCS, Eaglecrest, Dr.Rosales office, Southeast of Saline HS, both Sterling Houses and Sandstone Saloon in Brookville. Chances family is very grateful for the support they have received from the Salina community. Dan Martin of Salina was the winner of the Big Screen TV – Congratulations Dan

Fredonia Office Opening Ceremony

On Thursday the 29th of May Accessible Home Health celebrated the opening of its new Fredonia, KS office. Along with Salina and Wichita, now Fredonia will offer our services to a large new section of the state. We are excited to have Mikayley Overton leading the office as Nurse Manager! Contact the office at 620-378-2238.

Fun for All!

Salina, Kansas is now home to the largest fully accessible playground in North America thanks to troves of volunteers and donations totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars. Noon Network Ambucs’s goal of building the massive playground came to fruition on July 17th, 2013. Many of Accessible Home Health’s management, nurses, and aids volunteered their time to assist in constructing the structure; Accessible also supplied a first aid room in case of emergency. The T-Shirts, which where designed and furnished by Accessible Home Health, were given out to volunteers for their help. The playground stands outside of Coronado Elementary. It is a place where all children, regardless of disability, will have fun playing.