September 28, 2022
My mother was very apprehensive about moving to The Meadows fearing from rumors that her assets would be seized. When finally the time came for her to make a short-term stay, she found the experience satisfying and agreed to make a permanent move. Through a number of years first in assisted living and then in the health care wing, she remained positive about her care and interactions with the staff. I appreciated the housing that was available for visiting family members.
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
Welcome to the September edition of Leadership Spotlight! In this entry, we sit down with Alyssa Spicer, Life Enrichment and Legacy Support, as she walks us through her journey and memory care experience. Tell us about yourself. What did your life look like before Trilogy? I am a proud Michigan native! I was born and […]Read Article
Welcome back to the Clinical Corner, everyone! Last we spoke, we talked about some of the common difficulties associated with aging – specifically, aging and Incontinence. This time, I’d like to talk about a familiar challenge that affects so many aging adults and seniors – the challenge of living with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Memory loss […]Read Article
Exciting news! This year, Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazine have honored Trilogy Health Services by naming us one of the 2023 Best Workplaces in Aging Services™. This is our fifth time being recognized in this prestigious list – this time placing 6th overall! Click here to see the full list of finalists. The Fortune Best Workplaces in Aging […]Read Article