Atria Announces Belter-Chesser As CEO; Moore Steps Down
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by Jim Nelson
2d ago
LOUISVILLE, KY — Atria Management Company, an operator of senior living communities across the United States and Canada, has appointed Holly Belter-Chesser as Chief Executive Officer according to a press release. The move is part of a planned leadership transition process. Belter-Chesser has served Atria in key leadership roles over the past 15 years, including most recently as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer. After 25 years, John Moore is stepping down from his roles as Chairman and CEO of Atria. Moore remains a member of the company’s Board of Directors, as well as a ..read more
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Owners of St. Louis Nursing Home Fined More Than $55,000
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by Jim Nelson
4d ago
ST. LOUIS, MO — As reported by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch (subscription required) and The Associated Press, federal regulators have fined St. Louis’ largest nursing home $55,000 after it closed without warning in December. The fine was announced by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in a letter to the owners of Northview Village. The skilled-nursing facility was shuddered without warning on December 15, 2023, due to ownership being unable to meet payroll. Between December 15 and 17, when Northview gave up its Medicare and Medicaid contracts, the facility was “in violation” ac ..read more
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Kendal~Crosslands Communities Breaks Ground on a $56M Expansion and Renovation Project
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by Jim Nelson
4d ago
KENNETT SQUARE, PA — The Kendal at Longwood community of Kendal~Crosslands Communities, a nonprofit life-plan community, has broken ground on a $56M expansion and renovation project featuring a newly reimagined health center and independent-living apartments. Kendal~Crosslands Communities recently commemorated the occasion with a ceremonial groundbreaking and reception in this small town that is considered a suburb of both Philadelphia and Wilmington, Delaware. The event brought together residents, staff, community members, and regional leaders, including Pennsylvania Senator John I. Kane, who ..read more
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LCB Senior Living Announces Promotions of Key Leadership Roles
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by Jim Nelson
4d ago
NORWOOD, MA — LCB Senior Living has announced via a press release the promotions of Lori LePage to Chief Human Resources Officer; Karen Foley to Senior Vice President of Sales; and Chris Spencer to Senior Vice President of Operations. LePage joined LCB Senior Living in 2013 as Vice President of Human Resources and later rose to Senior Vice President of Human Resources. Foley started with LCB as Vice President of Sales in 2017. Spencer joined LCB in 2014 as Regional Director of Operations. Also receiving promotions at LCB Senior Living were Daniel McGrew to Vice President of Investments; Lauren ..read more
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Retirement Unlimited, Inc. Adds Stephenson as Vice President of Operations
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by Jim Nelson
4d ago
ROANOKE, VA — Retirement Unlimited, Inc. has announced via a press release the addition of Amy Stephenson as Vice President of Operations for the Florida region. Stephenson has risen through the ranks in her nearly 30-year senior living career, from Regional Director of Operations and Senior Executive Director to Marketing Director and Social Service Director. In this role, she oversees operational processes and procedures for all 10 RUI communities throughout Florida, encompassing over 1,900 independent-living, assisted-living, and memory-care units. ALSO: Retirement Unlimited ..read more
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Silver Birch Living Welcomes Harlow as Executive Director in Fort Wayne
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by Jim Nelson
1w ago
FORT WAYNE, IN — Silver Birch Living has announced Amanda Harlow as the new executive director at Silver Birch of Fort Wayne. In her new role, Harlow drives day-to-day operations. “We’re delighted to welcome Amanda Harlow to the Silver Birch Living team,” said CEO Jo Ellen Bleavins. “Our executive directors are the cornerstone of our communities, and we believe that Harlow’s unique background positions her to step into the role seamlessly, delivering exceptional experiences to our residents and staff.” Harlow has spent over seven years in the senior living industry, in multiple roles, developi ..read more
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Charter Senior Living Acquires Six New England Communities
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by Jim Nelson
2w ago
NAPERVILLE, IL — Senior living management company Charter Senior Living is now the management company of six New England area senior living communities according to a press release. The communities offer a mix of independent living, assisted living and memory care. The communities are Charter Senior Living of Brookfield (formerly The Linden at Brookfield) in Brookfield, Connecticut; Charter Senior Living of Danvers (formerly The Linden at Danvers) in Danvers, Massachusetts; The Cottages of Dartmouth Village (formerly The Cottages at Dartmouth) in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts; Charter Senior ..read more
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The Watermark at San Jose Now Leasing and Planning to Open in Mid-2024
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by Jim Nelson
2w ago
SAN JOSE, CA — Watermark Retirement Communities and Alliance Residential Company have announced in a press release that The Watermark at San Jose, a new senior-living community offering assisted living and memory care, is now leasing. Slated to open in mid-2024, the 164-residence community presents luxurious living choices ranging from studios to one- and two-bedroom apartments. “The Watermark at San Jose will offer an extraordinary living experience for older adults in the Bay Area and beyond,” said David Barnes, president/CEO of Watermark Retirement Communities. “Our residences are meti ..read more
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The Middle Market: A Conversation with United Church Homes’ Chief Growth Officer
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by Jim Nelson
2w ago
Middle Market. Two words that have come up in the senior living industry quite frequently in the five years since the survey funded by the National Investment Center (NIC) that led to its report The Forgotten Middle: Middle Market Seniors Housing Study. The “middle market,” as defined in NIC’s report, is those Americans with too much in financial resources to qualify for government support programs such as Medicaid, but not enough to pay most private pay options for very long. And as we know, the number of middle-income seniors is growing fast. The expectation is that there will be 6.4 million ..read more
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Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland Names Pearre as VP of Marketing and Communications
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by Jim Nelson
2w ago
WESTMINSTER, MD — Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland has welcomed Lisa Pearre as vice president of marketing and communications. She leads the strategic marketing and communications efforts for LSMMD and its communities — Carroll Lutheran Village in this city an hour northwest of Baltimore and Lutheran Village at Miller’s Grant in Ellicott City, Maryland. “Lisa’s deep understanding of the senior living landscape, coupled with her strategic mindset, will elevate our marketing efforts and contribute to the overall success of our organization,” said LSMMD President/CEO Jeff Branch in a press ..read more
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