The board of directors of ACTS Retirement-Life Communities has named J. Mark Vanderbeck as its
Chief Executive Officer and Gerald T. Grant as President, Chief
Operating Officer, effective August 1, 2014. Vanderbeck succeeds current
ACTS President and CEO Marvin Mashner, who is retiring after more than
23 years with the senior living organization.
Ray Rabidoux, president and CEO of Glacier Hills, welcomed Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and Ken Nisbet, vice president of University of Michigan's
Tech Transfer Program, on June 4 to a coffee and chat
with Glacier Hills residents. The event was well-attended by residents
and staff alike.
LeadingAge Washington’s Awards and Recognition Program is all about
people who make a difference every day in the lives of those they serve.
It’s about people who put quality first, deliver excellence, and
inspire others to do the same. Community members, employees, volunteers and residents were presented
with their awards at LeadingAge Washington's 63rd Annual Conference at the Red Lion Hotel in
Pasco, WA on June 11.
A groundbreaking new
study provides insight into the health needs of older adults
receiving assistance from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD). The study is the first to successfully link data
on households receiving housing assistance from HUD with Medicare
and Medicaid claims data from the U.S. Departments of Health and
Human Services (HHS).
Rep. Glenn “GT” Thompson (R-PA) recently visited LeadingAge member Windy Hill Village
in Philipsburg to discuss current federal legislation issues impacting
seniors and to participate in a Q & A session with residents.