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ATIVO SENIOR LIVING OF YUMA HOSTS VACCINE CLINIC

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY-TV) – Ativo Senior Living hosted a COVID-19 vaccine clinic to make it easier for seniors to get their COVID vaccine. Ativo Senior Living of Yuma held a COVID clinic to invite more seniors to get their COVID booster. “We just wanted to provide this to the community because we were just

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INSIGHT SENIOR LIVING ADDS RON ZIEBART AS OWNERSHIP PARTNER

Prentice O. Lipsey began Jan. 1 as president and CEO of Oregon, OH-based CHI Living Communities. The faith-based senior services division of CommonSpirit Health currently has 16 campuses in eight states, offering independent living, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and rehabilitation services. Lipsey’s tenure with CHI Living Communities includes serving in the positions of

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RIBBON CUTTING HELD FOR NEW ASSISTED LIVING AND MEMORY CARE

Ativo Senior Living of Yuma has received its licensure to open its door for seniors who are in need of assisted living or memory care services. To celebrate the momentous occasion, Ativo of Yuma had a ribbon-cutting and official Grand Opening ceremony on Thursday, October 21st with a theme of “Fall In Love with Yuma.”

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ATIVO SENIOR LIVING OPENS 79-UNIT COMMUNITY IN YUMA, ARIZONA

YUMA, Ariz. — Ativo Senior Living has opened Ativo of Yuma, an assisted living and memory care community in the Fortuna Foothills submarket of Yuma. The 79-unit community features floorplans ranging from studio to one- and two- bedroom options. This is the first project between Link Development and Insight Senior Living, as the management company,

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INSIGHT’S PURPOSEFUL CONNECTIONS SIGNATURE PROGRAM RECOGNIZED BY ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION®

PORTLAND, Ore.—Insight Senior Living announced today its Purposeful Connections Signature Program is recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association for successfully completing curriculum review and incorporating its evidenced-based Dementia Care Practice Recommendations in the following topic areas: Alzheimer’s and dementia, person-centered care, assessment and care planning, activities of daily living, and behaviors and communication. read full article

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