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LeadingAge members are known for their innovative programming, whether they are finding new ways to deliver care to vulnerable older adults, helping residents maintain their health and independence, or creating out-of-the-ordinary opportunities for simply enjoying life. Here’s the latest news about innovations taking place at The Mercy Community, Hebrew Home at Riverdale, Felician Village, La Loma Village, and Carolina Meadows.
The Terraces at Los Altos, St. Andrew’s Village, and Abernethy Laurels are updating their campuses to better serve current and future consumers.
Whether they are challenging their chefs, empowering their residents, supporting college students, educating consumers or adding to their campuses, LeadingAge members are good at making news. That’s exactly what 8 members did in January and February. Here’s the latest from Maple Creek, Clark Retirement Community, Holland Home, Covenant Village of the Great Lakes, Roland Park Place, Friendship Village, Jewish Home Lifecare, and Ashby Pond.
Ben Cornthwaite is the new executive director at Greenspring, a LeadingAge member and Erickson Living retirement community in Springfield, VA.
The Mercy Brown Bag Program, sponsored by the Mercy Retirement and Care Center in Oakland, collects from food banks and other donors and distributes fruit, vegetables, bread, pasta and canned goods to 5,000 seniors in Alameda County every other week.