July 21, 2014

New Advertiser Alert! – Clark East Tower 1550 East Clark Rd Ypsilanti, MI 48198

Filed under: active adult,retirement,senior housing — seniorlivingguide @ 2:47 pm

Check out our latest FREE ad – Clark East Tower in Ypsilanti, Michigan! They contacted us through www.seniorlivingguide.com/freeadvertising.tpl and we hooked them up with a free month of advertising on the nations fastest growing senior housing and services resource – SeniorLivingGuide.com! If you or someone you know has a senior community or service and could use a little free help in marketing their community or business, visit www.seniorlivingguide.com/freeadvertising.tpl or email info@seniorlivingguide.com!

Untitled-2Clark East Tower Senior Apartments features one and two bedroom apartments that blend quality, service, and affordability with a wonderful community surrounded by beautiful grounds and a terrific view of a golf course. Finding a comfortable, safe place to live doesn’t have to mean financial hardship. If you have limited income and are over the age of 62, Clark East Senior Apartments can assist with your affordable housing needs. Rent is base on income.

View the full listing here – http://www.seniorlivingguide.com/DB/facilities.tpl?sku=20140721120930

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June 16, 2014

Attention – CEU’s with Right at Home of Bergen County NJ

Filed under: Healthcare,home health care — seniorlivingguide @ 10:59 am

Right at Home of Bergen County (New Jersey) is currently offering CEU courses for Nurses, Case Managers, Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, and Pharmacists. If you or someone you know is interested please contact -

Brian Katz
New Business Developement
Right at Home of Bergen County
316 State Street Hackensack, NJ 07601
brian.rah@verizon.net
Phone: (201) 489-3399
Fax: (201) 489-3699

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“Improving the quality of life for those we serve”
“Why go anywhere else, When you can stay Right at Home”
Members of: AARP National Employer Team, Home Care Association of New Jersey, Paramus Chamber of Commerce, and Bergen Biz.

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VERENA AT THE RESERVE’S 3rd Annual Classic Cookout! Saturday June 21 st lOam to 2pm

Filed under: Senior Housing Events — seniorlivingguide @ 10:49 am

Enjoy Antique Cars, Music, BBQ, Snow Cones, Corn Hole, raffle prizes and a ton of Fun to support WOUNDED WEAR

-Tap your toes to the rollicking tunes of local artists
Billy Joe Daniel & Matt “Keys” Wood
-See the beautiful antique cars of the Classic Cruiser’s Car Club
& Williamsburg British Car Club
-Enjoy a plate of hickory smoked BBQ by Chef Idriss
Come Rain or Shine!
This event is FREE and open to the public. Help support “Wounded Wear” a 501(c)3 Organization supporting our wounded veterans & their families with donations for food, raffle tickets, snow cones and baked goods.

VERENA AT THE RESERVES
121 RESERVE WAY (OFF MOORETOWN RD.)
WILLIAMSBURG VA, 23185
757-345-2995
Williamsburg’s Newest Luxury Apartments with
Club Service for Adults 55 plus

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June 3, 2014

New FREE Banner Alert – MedSpeech, Inc Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

Filed under: Healthcare,seniorlivingguide — seniorlivingguide @ 3:25 pm

Check out the new listing and banner for MedSpeech, Inc on SeniorLivingGuide.com!

MedSpeech, Inc., Medical Speech Language Pathologists of the Palm Beaches, a private practice, became incorporated in September 1995, in order to Untitled-3provide state of the art Speech Language Pathology evaluation and treatment for individuals with speech, language, voice and swallowing disorders.

Join MedSpeech at the Voice, Swallo and Airway Conference Symposium of the Masters – July 24th – 27th at the Palm Beach Mariott, click here for more details.

You can view the MedSpeech ad on SeniorLivingGuide.com here, and view their banner whenever you search for communities and senior services throughout southeast Florida!

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May 29, 2014

New Vice President of Operations Helps Launch Culture Change at Commonwealth Assisted Living

Filed under: seniorlivingguide — seniorlivingguide @ 9:43 am

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 28, 2014
For more information, contact Richard Brewer, President and CEO
Commonwealth Assisted Living
534 E. Main St., Suite B., Charlottesville, VA
www.CommonwealthAL.com
(434) 220-1055
rbrewer@CommonwealthAL.com

Charlottesville, Virginia: Commonwealth Assisted Living, LLC provides high-quality housing, personal care and comprehensive services that are responsive to the needs and preferences of residents and their families. Over the past 12 years, Commonwealth Assisted Living has grown to become one of the largest providers of assisted living services in the state of Virginia. The company now has 19 communities throughout Virginia, 12 of which also provide Alzheimer’s and memory care through its award-winning Sweet Memories program. With the goal of providing optimum resident care with the most efficient operation possible, they make decisions and have implemented many successful programs resulting in both enhanced resident care and consistent compliance. Hiring a new Vice President of Operations and strengthening their company’s culture are two such examples.

“The way we managed our operations in the past worked well for us,” shares Commonwealth President and CEO, 05222008123424logoRichard J. Brewer. “Having a centrally located corporate office no more than four hours from any of our communities allowed our executive team to be hands on. But with the growth we’ve experienced over the last three years, and the plans we have for the future, we knew it was time to change how we do business.” Part of this change was bringing in Charles Ix to be the new Vice President of Operations for Commonwealth Assisted Living.

Ix has been with Commonwealth Assisted Living since 2010, initially as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing, and most recently as President of their Stay at Home Personal Care division. Commonwealth’s executive team realized Ix’s performance and depth of company knowledge, coupled with his background of being a professional athlete and coach, gave a unique twist to his leadership style. “As the coach of Western Albemarle Boys Tennis Team, I stressed to my players that while tennis is an individual sport, the results of each player impact the overall success of the team,” shares Ix. “Commonwealth exists in much the same way. We have 19 unique communities who should be managed locally, knowing the decisions they make not only impact their individual success, but roll up to affect the success of the company as a whole.”

Today is a new day for Commonwealth Assisted Living. “We want Commonwealth Assisted Living to be the community of choice for seniors and their families as well as an employer of choice for future employees. We know our short and long-term goals as well as the things we need to do to achieve them, and we believe this culture change is the first step,” shares Brewer. Executive directors are now considered “CEO” of their community. The front line employees are empowered to make decisions and suggestions for improvements where they see due. Company-wide input was received on how everyone could be involved in the culture change, and from that input came a Core Values Statement, outlining the key elements and actions that will attribute to the success, both of the individual communities as well as the entire organization. “The Core Values Statement will serve as a reminder and a check and balance system, ensuring we hire the best people and make the best decisions,” continues Ix.

Commonwealth’s CORE Values, developed in conjunction with its 1,000+ employees, reads: “We CARE about people. We DO the right thing. We are passionate, have fun, and CELEBRATE success. We SPEAK UP! It’s our responsibility. We take OWNERSHIP and ADD value in all we do. We are RESPECTFUL.”

Commonwealth Assisted Living has the people and plans in place to ensure continued success. For more information on Commonwealth Assisted Living please visit the company web site at www.CommonwealthAL.com or call (800) 784-7288.

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May 27, 2014

Navy Pilot Shares Update with Local Group

Filed under: senior living guide — seniorlivingguide @ 10:17 am

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Susan Stone
Dir. of Development and Public Relations
757-923-5511

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 23, 2014

The visit from LCDR Shaun Bellemare, USN and Kelly Stirling, Public Affairs Officer, Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana, was a trip down memory lane for many of the men attending the recent Men’s Club Breakfast at Lake Prince Woods retirement community.

With a large contingent of World War II and Korean War veterans in the audience, Ms. Stirling gave a brief overview of NAS Oceana.

111The area of Virginia Beach known as Potter’s Farm became Naval Auxiliary Air Station Oceana in 1943. Naval Auxiliary Landing Field Fentress and Dam Neck Annex are also included in Oceana. NAS Oceana’s primary mission is to train and deploy the Navy’s Atlantic Fleet strike fighter squadrons of F/A-18 Hornets and Super Hornets. The base is home to the Navy’s F-14 Tomcats and East Coast F/A-18 Hornets. Some 19 squadrons comprised of 227 aircraft call Oceana home base.

LCDR Bellemare detailed his 14 years of Navy service and spent the majority of his presentation answering questions. Since some in the audience were former military pilots, a number of the questions had to do with improvements that have been made in aviation technology since World War II; the next generation of military aircraft was also discussed.

Lake Prince Woods residents will travel to NAS Oceana next month for a tour. They will see the flight line with all the jets lined up, visit the air traffic control tour, and receive updates from some of the pilots.

Lake Prince Woods is a residential retirement community offering an array of lifestyle choices. Located in Suffolk, Virginia, the community is nestled among 172 lovely wooded acres bordering Lake Prince. As a continuing care retirement community, Lake Prince Woods offers residential living, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing care. To learn more, visit the website: www.lakeprincewoods.org.

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Kisco Senior Living Celebrates Nation’s Largest Senior Health Promotion Day with a Community-Wide Carnival

Filed under: senior housing,seniorlivingguide — seniorlivingguide @ 9:20 am

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PRESS RELEASE
Contact:
Ashley Watkins
For Kisco Senior Living
336.217.4270
awatkins@bouvierkelly.com

Contact:
Nicole Lynch
Kisco Senior Living
760.804.7036
760.804.7036
Nicole.lynch@kiscosl.com

Greensboro and Winston-Salem, NC (May 20, 2014) – On Wednesday, May 28th, Kisco Senior Living’s Triad communities, Abbotswood at Irving Park, Heritage Greens and Heritage Woods invite area seniors to have fun like a kid again at a carnival at Tanglewood Park in celebration of National Senior Health & Fitness Day® (NSHFD).

From 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., carnival attendees can join more than 100,000 older adults nationwide who’ll engage in “healthfully fun” activities designed to encourage seniors to stay fit and healthy. From strongman contests and a face-painting booth, to hayrides and pay-per-ride paddle boating, there’s something for everyone. And a carnival wouldn’t be complete without fair foods like hot dogs, grilled corn on the cobb and fresh fruit, free and available during the event. The carnival is designed to offer a variety of activities that engage the six dimensions of wellness – physical, spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional and vocational.

“We are excited to be hosting events that are open to the public and promoting senior fitness and healthy lifestyles,” said Maria Connelly, Kisco’s National Wellness Team Leader.  “They epitomize the Kisco community lifestyle we embrace, The Art of Living Wellsm. This award-winning, innovative approach to wellness promotes personal life balance and an optimistic can-do attitude for Kisco residents, associates and family members.”
All 20 Kisco Senior Living communities in five states take part in NSHFD every year. The national event is organized as a public/private good health partnership by the Mature Market Resource Center, and is also part of the International Council on Active Aging’s Changing the Way We Age® Campaign, an initiative that aims to shift the way society perceives aging.

“Our communities put fitness first and also love to have fun,” said Maria Connelly, Kisco’s National Wellness Team Leader.  “The NSHFD carnival is a perfect opportunity for area seniors to make, renew, and revitalize their commitment to live healthier lives and have some fun in the process.”

The carnival is free and open to the public. For additional information, please contact:
Abbotswood at Irving Park is located at 3504 Flint Street in Greensboro. For more information call 336.282.8870, visit www.LifeatIrvingPark.com or follow online at www.facebook.com/AbbotswoodIrvingPark.
Heritage Greens is located at 801 Meadowood Street in Greensboro.  For additional information call 336.299.4400, visit www.LifeatHeritageGreens.com or follow online at www.facebook.com/HeritageGreens.
Heritage Woods is located at 3812 Forrestgate Drive in Winston-Salem. For additional information call 336.768.2011, visit www.LifeatHeritageWoods.com or follow online at www.facebook.com/HeritageWoods.

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About Kisco Senior Living:
Kisco Senior Living communities offer independent lifestyle options for seniors, as well as licensed assisted living and memory care in some locations. Family-owned Kisco Senior Living, based in Carlsbad California, owns and operates 20 senior communities in five states. With an award-winning approach to senior lifestyles and wellness, Kisco creates communities where residents and associates share passions, live and work in balance and build a legacy. Kisco is an International Council of Active Aging (ICAA) member and is an ICAA Champion Organization, recognition that is part of ICAA’s Changing the Way We Age® campaign to shift the way society perceives aging. Since 1990, Kisco’s guiding principles of integrity, dignity and compassion have balanced the interests of residents, associates and business partners. www.kiscoseniorliving.com.

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May 20, 2014

Martha Head Wins Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) Poster Competition

Filed under: Uncategorized — seniorlivingguide @ 1:29 pm

Untitled-1United Church Homes and Services
100 Leonard Avenue
Newton, NC 28658
Joy Cline, Chief Marketing/Communications Officer
P – 828.465.8014
E – jcline@uchas.org

May 20, 2014

For Immediate Release

Martha Head Wins Poster Competition

NEWTON-Martha Head, Healthcenter Secretary at Lake Prince Woods has been selected as the Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) poster contest winner by the parent organization, United Church Homes and Services (UCHS). Head’s poster will be reproduced and shared among nearly 700 UCHS employees and distributed to ten UCHS communities located in North Carolina and Virginia.

Head has been employed at Lake Prince Woods since 2010. Her award winning poster carries the theme of a movie theater marquee with QAPI showings -24/7, 365 days a year.

UCHS sponsored an employee contest to raise awareness for Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) in Poster Contest 21their healthcare centers. QAPI is the merger of two complementary approaches to quality management, Quality Assurance (QA) and Performance Improvement (PI). Both involve seeking and using information, but they differ in key ways. Quality assurance is a process of meeting quality standards and assuring that care reaches an acceptable level; performance improvement is a pro-active and continuous study of processes with the intent to decrease the likelihood of problems by identifying areas of opportunity and testing new approaches. A solid sustained QAPI program creates a fulfillment for caregivers and offers better care and better quality of life for residents.

“An effective Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) Program is critical to our goals to improve care,” shared Steve Paterson, Chief Quality andCompliance Officer. “This contest provided a way for employee involvement and to create awareness.”

United Church Homes & Services, a not-for-profit corporation located in Newton, NC, operates three continuing care retirement communities, a PACE (Program for All-inclusive Care for the Elderly), and six affordable senior housing communities across North Carolina and Virginia. For additional information, contact Joy Cline at 465-8014 or visit our website at www.uchas.org.

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Free UPGRADE Alert – Woodland Towers, Deland, FL

Filed under: assisted living,seniorlivingguide — seniorlivingguide @ 1:11 pm

Here’s a FREE upgrade to a Premium Listing for Woodland Towers in Deland, FL! Premium ads show above the basic listings and include more pictures, more floor plans and links to your website and/or social media sites!  They’re a great way to draw more attention to your community or senior service and Woodland Towers just got one for FREE!

topLife begins again when you move into Woodland Towers, a premier retirement community, located in the heart of DeLand, one of Central Florida’s charming and historic towns.

For more than a decade, Woodland Towers has been dedicated to providing its residents with a quality, carefree, independent retirement lifestyle.

Whether you choose to relax in the heated, screened swimming pool, share meals with your friends, take part in planned activities, or simply spend quiet time in your own private apartment with its individual screened porch, it is all here for you to experience in your new home at Woodland Towers.

Check out their complete listing HERE.

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NEW FREE LISTING ALERT – Doctor’s Choice Home Care, Inc. – Naples

Filed under: home health care,seniorlivingguide — seniorlivingguide @ 12:54 pm

Doctor’s Choice Home Care is a certified Medicare and Joint Commission accredited Home Health Agency serving Southwest Florida. We are locally owned and operated and, as such, can relate specifically to the concerns and problems logoin our community. Our organization is committed to providing the highest level of professional quality care in the home.

Experienced, knowledgeable staff formulate an individualized plan of care which embodies skilled services, personal care, psychological support and education within guidelines established by a physician’s orders. Patients and families are actively encouraged to participate in this multi-disciplinary approach to ensure that short term and long term goals for the patient are attainable.

Check out the full ad here.

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