Asbury Place retirement communities in Maryville and Kingsport have been awarded their third CARF-CCAC 5-year accreditation. This means that an independent, on-site survey team has evaluated Asbury Place and found it in compliance with more than 600 measures of quality. AARP has recommended that people searching for a continuing care retirement community look for those with CARF-CCAC accreditation. Nationally, just 13% of continuing care retirement communities hold CARF-CCAC accreditation. We celebrate this achievement and thank all of our dedicated staff who help us achieve our mission to: Celebrate Life ~ Every day, through every circumstance, with every person, in every way.
Asbury Place Kingsport will be holding free Blood Pressure Clinics. The clinics will be held the second Tuesday of every month at Hamrick’s Department Store,1053 Flagship Drive, Kingsport, TN from 9:00 am to 11:00 am starting February 10th, 2015.
The new Tremont Townhomes construction is now underway at Asbury Place Maryville. The residential townhomes are traditional homes without the maintenance or responsibilities. Townhomes feature walk-in closets, decks and porches, elevators, and all appliances. Pictured below are some of the future residents who participated in the ground breaking celebration held on November 11th. Call 865.238.8301 today for more information!
Join us for lunch and you’ll quickly understand that CCRC = smart senior living. Find out exactly what CCRC means and why it matters for people seeking an active, engaging retirement with peace of mind for the future. Call 423.245.0360 to RSVP. Community tours will follow the presentation.
Thursday, August 21st at 10:30 a.m.
Asbury Place Kingsport, Baysmont
100 Netherland Lane
Asbury Place Kingsport invites you and a friend to tea at the Allandale Mansion. Enjoy the elegant ambiance of Allandale Mansion when you join us to explore your options for retirement living at Asbury Place Kingsport. July 17th OR July 29th at 10:00 a.m. Call 423.245.0360 to reserve a spot for you and a friend.
Location: Allandale Mansion, 4444 W. Stone Drive, Kingsport, TN 37660
Maryville, Tenn. – Asbury Place Maryville is proud to announce that it won three awards at the LeadingAge Tennessee 2014 Annual Conference held on May 7th in Franklin, Tenn. Maryville’s RAD (Redefining Asbury Dining) Team was selected as the 2014 LeadingAge Tennessee Innovator of the Year. This award recognizes programs or services which go above and beyond normal operations to enhance the field of aging services. In an effort to break down silos, the team is comprised of 14 members from several areas including Nursing, CNA’s, Dining, Housekeeping and Lifestyles staff. The Team’s primary focus is nurturing the body and soul through the daily pleasures of food that residents enjoyed in their own homes before coming to Asbury Place. The changes as a result of the Team’s work have been a tremendous success and are measured by benchmarks such as satisfaction of both front line staff and residents.
Staff member Linda Farrant received the Volunteer of the Year Award, which recognizes a volunteer with exemplary service. In just one year, Linda made a tremendous impact at Asbury Place. Whether helping during Associate Appreciation Week, lending a hand during the Santa Workshop or filling in at the reception desk three to four days a week, Linda doesn’t hesitate to make life better for residents and staff.
Staff member April Overholt was awarded the “Whatever It Takes” Award, presented to an individual who exhibits teamwork and service to residents, families and fellow staff. April has been with Asbury Place Maryville for five years. Her current role is in enriching the lives of our residents through the lifestyles and activities department and she also provides CNA support. Last summer she personally secured all donations to provide a cook out for residents and family members that served more than 160 participants. April was well deserving of this award.
LeadingAge Tennessee is an association of communities and professionals providing quality housing, health, community and related services for the elderly. LeadingAge Tennessee represents and promotes the common interest of its members through leadership, advocacy, education, communication and other services in order to enhance member’s ability to serve their constituencies.
The family and friends of Margret Ingraham celebrated in Kingsport at Asbury Place Steadman Hill her 106th birthday. She was born February 17, 1908 and is one of five sisters.
Mrs. Ingraham and her husband were married for 56 years and they had one son. And in 1990, she had her first granddaughter, Alexandra, who was also born on February 17th. “Every Sunday I come over here and we hang out for a little while and I’m just thankful that she’s still mamaw. She doesn’t act like a 106-year-old lady,” said Alexandra. Mrs. Ingraham was a nurse for 35 years. She said she loved taking care of people and is thankful a lot of nice people look out for her now. She says her secret to looking so young is using Oil of Olay every day.
Join us for brunch, and get a taste of retirement living you won’t find anywhere else in this
area. Thursday, April 24 or Thursday, May 8 at 10:00 a.m. at the Baysmont facility in Kingsport. Space is limited. Call 423.245.0360 to RSVP.
Join us for lunch, and get a taste of retirement living you won’t find anywhere else in this area.
- Inspiring views of the Smoky Mountains.
- Maintenance-free living.
- Social events with friends, just steps from your front door.
We’ll share the details of Asbury Place, including our wellness Center, outdoor putting green, bistro, state-of-the-art fitness center and more.
A complimentary lunch will be provided.
Time: Presentation begins promptly at 10:00 a.m.
Location: The Clubhouse Bistro at Asbury Place, 2648 Sevierville Road, Maryville, TN
Space is limited. To RSVP for yourself and a guest, call 865.238.8301.