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We recently rolled out a Random Acts of Kindness Campaign in our UMH communities and have been receiving lots of great feedback on how these simple acts of kindness are making a big difference.
We were thrilled to be able to honor two of our outstanding UMH caregivers at the 2nd Annual Caring Hands Award Luncheon presented by Leading Age CT on Monday, April 8th at the Aqua Turf Club in Southington. The event is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate and recognize some of the many special people who work in senior care. Cheers to our team members Claudine Thermidor, a CNA at Bishop Wicke, and Tishana Myers, a CNA at our Middlewoods of Newington Community on receiving this award! See below to read more about Claudine and Tishana…
The 14th Annual TEAM Festival of Trees and Wesley Village Holiday Market will be held on Saturday and Sunday, November 18th and 19th from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM at Wesley Village Senior Living Campus in Shelton at 580 Long Hill Avenue.
Wesley Village has officially broken new ground! The Shelton senior living campus is excited to announce the expansion of Lifestyle Transitions, a specialized assisted living and memory support neighborhood, originally opened in January 2015.
Tim Donovan, an 8 year resident of Crosby Commons Independent and Assisted Living Community, was recently recognized by the Connecticut Assisted Living Association (CALA), with the Distinguished Resident Accomplishment Award. This award honors the service and accomplishments of senior living residents. Donovan was nominated to receive this prestigious award because of his extraordinary example of aging and his exceptional contributions to the community.
Staff from Wesley Village Senior Living Community rolled up their sleeves to support two local community events in the Valley: Seymour Pink, a 5k Road Race for breast cancer awareness, and the Seymour Smoke in the Valley Chili and Craft Beer Festival. Dining staff from Bishop Wicke Health and Rehabilitation Center, a skilled nursing facility at Wesley Village, welcomed breast cancer survivors under the “Survivors Tent,” a breakfast station at the 5k race organized by the staff, who also prepared and served muffins, scones, fruit, and hot coffee to race participants.