October 21, 2021
Arrow Senior Living CEO Stephanie Harris had a lovely conversation with Steve Moran of Senior Living Foresight all about how Arrow maintained their success during the pandemic. He described the conversation as “The Most Insane Episode of Foresight TV Ever!”
He writes about some of the things they discussed in an article here, if you would like a summary of the conversation:
They discuss staffing, occupancy, and the concept of “green bananas,” which are prospects that most communities give up on who don’t seem like they will ever move to a senior living community.
But we recommend watching the entire thing, because it is chock full of insight, charming anecdotes, and that patented Stephanie Harris wit! Check it out here:
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January 27, 2023
Dementia is an umbrella term for loss of memory and other thinking abilities severe enough to interfere with daily life. When someone is diagnosed with dementia, at least two parts of the brain are dying. Dementia is progressive, chronic, and terminal, which creates many challenges. Relationships continue to be vital to families, regardless of a […]
January 6, 2023
Every year Arrow’s personal and professional development coach, Michael Buckley, asks everyone to pick a “Word of the Year.” The goal is to look inward and consider what we each need more of and what might improve our lives. Sometimes we need more focus or clarity. Sometimes we need more compassion. Sometimes we just need […]
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