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Disney Style Senior Living, Hardcore Fitness for Seniors

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January 19, 2016

CEO Fresh Take: Achieving Walt Disney-Level Customer Service

Is Lutheran Homes of South Carolina (LHSC) CEO Frank Shepke trying to be Walt Disney? Well, you could sort of say that. Since joining Irmo, South Carolina-based LHSC in February 2015, Shepke has made it one of his goals to guarantee the customer service LHSC…Read More »

    

Editor’s Take: How I Survived a Senior Living Fitness Class

I visit my grandmother at her assisted living community in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin about once a month, typically to chat for a few hours or to help with whatever jigsaw puzzle she has out on her table. During one visit, she suggested that I tag…Read More »

    
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Editor’s Picks: Top Execs’ 2016 Predictions

Now that 2016 is in full swing, Senior Housing News collected predictions for the year ahead from some of the top executives in senior housing. Readers also were interested in Holiday Retirement’s refinancing in the amount of $1.27 billion, as well as how more providers…Read More »


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