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By: Chelsea Sayegh on March 13th, 2017

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Middlewoods of Farmington's New and Renovated Spaces!

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If you walk into Middlewoods of Farmington, you are in for a treat! We have just completed renovating our award-winning community! Beautiful, new carpets and flooring grace the hallways and common spaces throughout the three floors of our building.The Country Kitchen has been totally renovated with new flooring, cabinets, counter tops, and appliances. The focal point of this area is the large farmhouse table which is a favorite spot for residents to sit and chat. With the help of a new seating arrangement that is more conducive to conversations, the Living Room has been transformed into a premier gathering area. In the Dining Room, a separate and noise-protected work space was built to improve service for our residents. New flooring and wall-coverings pull the entire space together. The former Tea Room down the hall has been transformed into a Theater Room, with larger and more comfortable seating so residents can enjoy sitting and watching a movie on the new, state of the art flat screen TV.

Before these renovations, we collaborated with staff and residents to solicit feedback and create living spaces that would help to further our mission of promoting relationships. The environment has everything to do with how residents, families and staff interact and build rapport.

Take a look!


To learn more about Middlewoods of Farmington, please contact Ginny Brown at 860.284.5700 or visit www.middlewoodsoffarmington.org. Middlewoods of Farmington is located at 509 Middle Road in Farmington and is affiliated with the UConn Health Center. The community is owned and operated by United Methodist Homes (UMH), a local not-for-profit organization based in Shelton, CT.
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About Chelsea Sayegh

I started working as a Marketing Coordinator for United Methodist Homes in October of 2016. I work on public relations, website management and community planning for their award winning independent and assisted living communities. As a graduate of Ursinus College with a degree in Media and Communications and a passion for serving nonprofits, United Methodist Homes has become my home away from home. I spend my days working in a community filled with smiling faces, helpful hands and wonderful residents. I have a passion for assisting seniors and take great pride in being able to promote a company with such a positive mission and values. As an individual committed to learning and growing, I have jumped right into this exciting career!

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