December 9, 2022
I toured The Heritage. It was alright, they’re just a little bit more expensive than other facilites. The dining area looked fine. I happened to be there for rehab for my knee so I had a little experience with that place. The food was very good. They had some card games, some church music, and even a preacher on Sundays. My first impression was that it was a little bit elaborate than other places.
Welcome to 2023 everyone – and welcome back to the Clinical Corner! At the beginning of the year, we see temperatures drop, a flu season in full swing, and more reasons than ever to stay inside and keep warm. During this time, it’s important that we all be mindful of our health – and our […]Read Article
We’re proud to announce that on Thursday, June 1st, 56 Trilogy campuses were recognized as 2023 recipients of the Bronze – Commitment to Quality Award by the American Healthcare Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) for their commitment to improving the lives of residents through quality care! These 56 campuses are the first […]Read Article
We’re thrilled to announce that three of our Kentucky senior living communities for being recognized among the best by U.S. News & World Report in the 2023-2024 Best Senior Living Ratings! Shelby Farms Senior Living – Best Assisted Living (Personal Care), Best Memory Care –Shelbyville, Kentucky Cooper Trail Senior Living – Best Assisted Living (Personal […]Read Article
Welcome to the May edition of Leadership Spotlight! In this entry, we sit down with Todd Kiziminski, Vice President of Talent Acquisition, as he walks us through his Trilogy journey and commitment to Trilogy employees. Tell us about yourself! You’re based out of Louisville – have you always been a Kentucky native? I’m originally from […]Read Article
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