“Everything in an organization is about what happens next. Nothing we do is accomplished without people.” – Steve Proctor, CEO
Resident satisfaction is an important goal at every one of Presbyterian Senior Living’s communities. As part of our mission, we strive to provide "compassionate, vibrant and supportive communities and services to promote wholeness of body, mind and spirit." An aspect of resident satisfaction that some people may not consider right away is the dining experience. A great dining experience significantly strengthens resident satisfaction. That’s why not one, but TWO PSL communities have been working to enhance the dining experience to benefit the people they serve.
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When looking at a retirement community you want to consider all aspects of that community, from the amenities, to the food options, and everything in between. One of the most important aspects of a community is its location. And while proximity to loved ones may be an important factor when choosing a location, you may also want to consider if the area is thriving.
To the PSL Family; I am saddened to report that Al Schartner, former CEO of Presbyterian Homes has died after a short illness.
The latest rankings on the best places to retire are out from U.S. News and World Report, and six Pennsylvania cities made it on the list, with three landing in the top 20. Based on data like the happiness of local residents, housing affordability, tax rates, healthcare quality, and more, these were the PA cities that were ranked highest:
Bullying is bad. There’s no way around that. Kids today learn from a young age what bullying is and how they can handle it. But bullying isn’t confined to school hallways and playgrounds. Adults are just as prone to the behavior as children, and you can find bullying in the office, and even among friends. Sadly, it can also be common at senior living communities, and more often than not those involved aren't aware they are engaging in the harmful behavior.