If someone you love needs memory support or long-term care, join us at Asbury Place Maryville on Thursday, September 14th from 1-3:00 p.m. to learn why we collaborated with Action Pact to create this innovative household design. You’ll hear from special guest Martin Dickmann, Executive Vice President of Action Pact, and you’ll see floor plans, architectural renderings, and get an update on construction and other news. Click here to reserve a spot for you and a friend. Seating is limited so reserve today!
RSVP now by calling 423.245.0360
Asbury Place Maryville’s Carolyn Neil interviewed live by NBC affiliate WBIR-TV 10 as part of its week-long series on aging baby boomers. Carolyn contributed her experience about the costs and toll of caregiving; the importance of having a conversation about long-term care before a crisis event; and the documents and details that need to be in order.
Join the Parade!
Join us for the Asbury Place Kingsport Villa Parade of Homes on Tuesday, May 23, from 1-3 p.m. RSVP for yourself and a friend by Friday, May 19, by calling 423-245-0360.
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Imagine a life where there’s no more mowing the lawn, raking leaves, shoveling. If you’re looking to downsize to enjoy a carefree retirement lifestyle, the villas at Asbury Place may be just right for you. To learn more, join us for a villa open house event:
• Wednesday, April 12, 10 a.m.-noon
• Wednesday, April 26, 1-3 p.m.
To RSVP call 423-245-0360. Space is limited.
It is exciting to see the Maryville Long-Term Care building taking shape with stone and siding work in progress. There will be a new long-term care household and two memory-support households in Maryville and one long-term care household in Kingsport. In addition, the health care centers at both locations are part of the campus enhancement campaigns.
In the household model, long-term care communities are divided into spaces for small groups of residents who enjoy a private room, but also share such common spaces as a kitchen and dining and living rooms.
The household model is constructed to resemble home and provide residents with as many opportunities as possible to direct their daily lives. Each household is staffed and residents, family members and staff collectively make daily decisions. Residents decide when they get up and how they spend their time during the day, including when and what they eat and when they go to bed. Our team has been working hard towards this day, and we’re so excited to provide this new model for East Tennessee seniors!
Asbury Place is an equal housing opportunity community.
Asbury Place Kingsport is a two time winner in the Kingsport Times News Reader’s Choice awards! Asbury Place Kingsport Steadman Hill won for best assisted living facility and Asbury Place Baysmont has won for best nursing home. Congratulations to all of our associates who help our residents Celebrate Life – every day, through every circumstance, with every person, in every way.
MARYVILLE, Tenn. Asbury Place, which owns not-for-profit continuing care retirement communities in Maryville and Kingsport, Tennessee, announced today that it has affiliated with Asbury Communities (Asbury), a not-for-profit system of communities serving older adults headquartered in Germantown, Maryland. Asbury Place opened in 1956, and in the 60 years since, has grown to serve approximately 600 older adults while employing more than 400 associates in East Tennessee.
“The affiliation honors each organization’s respective mission-driven commitment to serve older adults, both to ‘do all the good we can’ for seniors, as well as to ‘celebrate life, every day, through every circumstance, with every person, in every way,’” said Marge Shonnard, Vice President of Operations for Asbury Place.
Both systems have achieved a level of excellence in senior care that led to accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CARF-CCAC). As a result of the affiliation, Asbury Communities will grow to eight locations in four states, serving more than 4,300 older persons and employing more than 3,000 associates.
“We look forward to welcoming those who live, work and volunteer at Asbury Place,” said Doug Leidig, Asbury Communities’ President and CEO. “The similar faith-based heritage and charitable missions of our two organizations provides the foundation for a seamless affiliation and transition to shared resources and unified efforts.”
Asbury, Inc., (DBA Asbury Place) a not-for-profit corporation, operates Asbury Place, CARF-CCAC accredited continuing care retirement communities in Kingsport and Maryville, Tenn. For more information, visit http://www.asburyplace.org.
Asbury Communities, Inc. is a management organization providing life-enhancing services for older adults. Asbury is ranked by LeadingAge and Ziegler Capital Markets Group’s AZ 100 as the 17th- largest not-for-profit multi-site senior living organization in the country.
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