We are on target for opening this June. As you can see from the pictures, the construction is long underway. Arbor Terrace Ponte Vedra will have a total of 52 apartments with a total of 64 residents for assisted living memory care. The beautifully designed interior and exterior has promoted a feeling of openness and freedom while ensuring resident safety. Along with providing superior service and care focused on memory loss, we also boast the award winning Dining with Dignity® program and an activity program that engages our residents.
It’s winter in the East and that means snow, sleet and time spent indoors. The Arbor Company Senior Living communities that are experiencing winter have had their eye on the storms and have been preparing to make sure their staff and residents are safe and sound.
The construction crews are working hard to get Arbor Terrace at Citrus Park ready for opening soon. And now we're excited to share another milestone: our model apartment is now open! This beautiful model gives you a glimpse of the finishes and decor that will adorn our entire assisted living and memory care community.
We teamed up withVerizon Wireless, the Atlanta Falcons and international nonprofit Second Wind Dreams yesterday to help Mr. Edward Johnson, 98, realize a lifelong dream of watching an Atlanta Falcons football game in person. Johnson, a Tuskegee Airman veteran, was honored in front of the Georgia Dome’s crowd during Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns as part of the football organization’s military appreciation efforts.
Chris was chosen as our Arbor Star of the Year because he exemplifies the characteristics of a true team player and holds himself accountable to the tenets of the Arbor Service Way. He is truly a warm and caring individual who considers the needs of our Residents as his highest vocation. While Chris can seem quiet and reserved, he is still a vocal advocate for each and every Resident at Arbor Terrace. Having worked as a cook at Arbor Terrace for almost 6 years, Chris does an excellent job in food preparation. He is creative and innovative in his meal presentation and puts many smiles on resident faces with his unique approach to the dining experience.
Lorrie completed her CNA training about three years ago, and was recruited to work at Barrington Terrace by two other employees whom she met at her workplace. She has been here ever since, providing outstanding care and comfort to the Barrington Terrace residents and their families. She was nicknamed “Angel” by one of the Barrington Terrace residents due to her compassionate nature and quiet, caring personality. Lorrie is a reliable team player. She demonstrates compassion with residents and takes time to get to learn all about who they have been.