Monday, May 4, 2015

Assisted Living Presentation




Please join us at the Bridgewater Public Library on Monday, May 18th, for a program on assisted living, presented by All American Assisted Living. The free program begins at 6p.m.

All American Assisted Living, an innovative assisted living provider with more than 30 years of experience in the senior housing field, will be hosting an informational session open to the general public about how today’s senior assisted living communities and residences offers an array of new amenities and the latest technology to maintain a quality of life at an affordable cost and what factors to consider when choosing between different models of senior housing. VP of Sales and Marketing, Seth Dudley, and Executive Director, Suzy Paiva, will be presenting “Not Your Father’s Assisted Living – The New Model of Senior Housing”. Topics will include:


• The relationship between recent healthcare changes and senior housing
• Innovations in assisted living by All American
• How the new model of senior housing is more than just an apartment
• The benefits of socialization and companionship for elders


All American Assisted Living, slated to open in summer of 2015 in Raynham, will feature traditional assisted living services along with the Rose Lane Memory Care Community, a place where those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of memory loss can receive the care, comfort and stimulation they need, all in a secure environment. 


All American Assisted Living (AAAL), an affiliate of Kaplan Development Group, LLC, has long experience with the changing dynamics of the senior housing industry. Seniors and their families are looking for more connection and socialization the senior housing community of yesterday looks far different than that of today – and again different from that of tomorrow.
For more information, please go to www.AllAmericanAL.com.

The program will be held in the library’s Flora T. Little Meeting Room, on the lower level.
Parking is available in back of the library.


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