“Being proactive” is the best way to approach any challenge in life. With the COVID-19 pandemic, proactive steps will save lives. Since doctors don’t yet have a cure, proactive preventive steps are the best available strategy.
Information regarding the COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus, is everywhere, and it can be easy to feel overwhelmed, anxious, or confused. However, one thing is certain: The risk of developing severe and dangerous complications due to the virus increases with age. This means that senior care and senior living professionals have been paying especially close attention to the science and research surrounding COVID-19.
Recently, The Arbor Company gathered to recognize and honor the leaders of our communities from the 11 states we serve. Our Arbor Leadership Conference is always the perfect time to connect with other Arbor Company teams, learn best practices within the senior care industry, and leave feeling inspired.
The Arbor Company knows what it takes to give retired seniors the best care and the most memorable experiences: It takes a dedicated team of professionals who are passionate about their roles. However, even the most stable community team can face hard seasons and difficult changes.
We are proud to announce that we’re the recipient of the Pinnacle Quality Insight 2019 Customer Experience AwardTM. Our communities proudly displays a continued dedication to best-in-class senior healthcare services.
Image caption: Paola Barbarino, Chief Executive Officer of Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI)
We at The Arbor Company care deeply about memory care and the fight to end dementia. One of the leading voices in the fight against Alzheimer’s is Alzheimer’s Disease International. We asked them to join us on our blog to share some recent insights. Here is a message from ADI’s CEO, Paola Barbarino:
On Sept. 7, 2017 credit reporting bureau Equifax announced a data breach that directly exposed the credit card numbers of 209,000 Americans and personal information of 143 million people. This incident potentially can impact even the most careful consumers simply because, well, they have a credit report on file with Equifax.
Across the U.S. people of all ages took a break on Monday, August 21 to view the first total eclipse since 1918. In honor of the rare astronomical event, residents and staff at Arbor Company communities held viewing parties and learned about the eclipse.