We are thrilled to announce the launch of ThriveMore’s newsletter, The Lotus Leaf, your go-to source for the latest and most exciting updates from our communities. This inaugural issue is packed with news and stories that highlight the growth, innovation, and vibrant life at ThriveMore communities.

Taylor Glen Expansion and The Green House Project

Our feature story covers the significant expansion at Taylor Glen, a development that underscores our commitment to providing beautiful homes and services to residents. Learn more about The Green House project and how it promises to revolutionize senior living with its innovative design and approach to care, focusing on creating a more home-like environment that fosters independence.

ThriveMore Welcomes Ardenwoods to the Family

We are also delighted to share that ThriveMore is growing! We are excited to welcome Ardenwoods to our family. This new addition strengthens our community and expands our reach, allowing us to serve more residents with the quality care and vibrant living experiences that ThriveMore is known for.

Innovations in Memory Care by the Baptist Retirement Homes Foundation

In this issue, you can learn about the fundraising efforts by the Baptist Retirement Homes Foundation to support the Capital Campaign for Memory Care. Their innovative approaches are setting new standards in care and support for residents with memory-related conditions, enhancing their quality of life, and providing peace of mind for their families.

Culinary Creativity with Award-Winning Chef Eric Nooe

We are proud to feature an interview with our award-winning Chef, Eric Nooe. Chef Nooe brings a wealth of experience and creativity to our dining services, and he shares his vision for incorporating fresh, local ingredients and innovative cooking techniques to delight our residents’ palates.

Welcome, Stephanie Shaffer

Join us in congratulating Stephanie Shaffer for taking on a new role as our Faith & Community Engagement Manager. Stephanie’s passion for senior care and her extensive experience make her a valuable addition to our team. We are excited to see the positive impact she will bring to our community.

Virtual Reality Adventures at Taylor House

Lastly, read about how Taylor House is harnessing the power of virtual reality to offer residents unique and enriching experiences. Through VR technology, residents can explore far-off places and engage in activities that would otherwise be out of reach, all from the comfort of their home. This initiative is just one example of how we are continually seeking new ways to enhance the lives of our residents.

Stay tuned for more updates and stories in future issues of The Lotus Leaf. We are committed to keeping you informed and engaged with all the wonderful things happening at ThriveMore. Thank you for being a part of our community!