Westview Health Care residents and staff tipped their various hats in celebration of National Hat Day on Thursday, January 14, 2016.
Ranging from construction hard hats and umbrella caps to fedora’s and pirate hats- no cap, hat, helmet or crown was denied.
The origins of this fun day are relatively unknown although Hedda Hopper, American actress and columnist in the 1930’s who was famously known for the extravagant hats she designed is often credited as inspiration.
Although technically National Hat Day is not truly a “National” holiday, which requires an act of congress, it’s still a good excuse to have some fun and is an open distraction to the cold winds of January.
Westview Health Care Center is a 103-bed skilled nursing inpatient facility, which includes a distinct and self-contained 28-bed subacute short-term rehabilitation unit and an Outpatient Rehabilitation and Aquatic Center, both dedicated to providing quality health care services. Along with garnering a perfect five star overall rating found on Medicare.gov Westview is proud to have received such accolades as US News and World Report America’s Best, Consumer Reports Top 10 Connecticut Nursing Facility rating and Health Grades 5-Star Top Ranking.
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