Castle Manor hosts event for new residents
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[May 28, 2010]
Castle Manor in Lincoln hosted a "Meet
Your Neighbor" event on Monday at the Lincoln Recreation Center. The
event introduced new residents of the supportive living community to
both the staff of Castle Manor and the people who will soon be their
new neighbors. Tim Searby, director, also shared move-in information
with the residents and told them what to expect when the community
opens later this month.
"I am delighted
residents and staff were able to become better acquainted with each
other before moving into this wonderful new community," said Searby.
Castle Manor Supportive Living will open its doors to residents in
late June. The community offers adults age 65 and over customized
personal care services to maintain their independence. The services
at the supportive living facility are open to older adults
regardless of income level, and it is the only facility like this in
Castle Manor is affiliated with St. Clara's Manor, a
skilled-nursing facility in Lincoln. Heritage Enterprises of
Bloomington manages the day-to-day operations of both locations.
Heritage Enterprises has managed the day-to-day operations of St.
Clara's Manor since 2001, in conjunction with the St. Clara's Manor
board of directors. Heritage Enterprises was founded in 1962 and is
involved in a variety of residential and health care services for
seniors, including skilled and intermediate nursing care, sheltered
care, respite care, therapy and institutional pharmacy, supportive
living facilities, licensed assisted living, and independent living.
In 1963, Heritage Enterprises opened the first Heritage Manor
Nursing Home in Bloomington and now owns or manages 35 facilities
throughout Illinois. For more information about Heritage
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