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November 25, 2022

Hudson Grande Senior Living Shares a Note of Gratitude

Category: Senior Living

Author: Cheryl Walker, Executive Director

It is so hard to believe another year has ended. We started the year with many COVID procedures and social distancing in place, but as the year went on, we were able to see fewer and fewer restrictions dictating our day. What a joy to be able to come together and share many events with family and friends.

I remember how exciting it was when we were able to have family and friends come to the community for Happy Hour, it was so much fun. We had our first Wednesday Wellness in the main lobby and many families mentioned to me how nice it was to see everyone gathering in the common area, just like before COVID.

Our Fall Festival was such a blast with a full pig roast. The residents had so much fun looking at the pig as it was roasting. Our neighbors were all coming from the buildings to see what smelled so delicious.

Cindi, our Wellness Director, has mastered the Wellness Wednesday’s and has created an environment of education and conversation. Anne is our meet-and-greet and everyone’s go-to gal for what is needed, she is well loved at Hudson Grande. Nick, our Culinary Director, and his team have given us so many fun and delicious meals, with events like the first annual pig roast and our candlelight dinner. Our care team, culinary team are second to none! We would not be the wonderful place we are without them. Allysen has given us fantastic resident and family events to enjoy. We are always thankful for our maintenance and housekeeping team, Dan, Alice, and Jerijo, who keep us clean and sparkling.

Austin got us through the Best Place to Work Survey in record time with great results.  We have been a “Best Place to Work” for three years in a row. We were also named by US New & World Report as “Best Place to Live” from a survey our residents and families completed.

Dr. Lee and Nurse Practitioner Stacy have been amazing assets to the community, and we are very thankful for the great care they give to support our residents and community. Traditions Hospice has been the very best partner for our hospice residents, the love and care are outstanding.  Fox is our very own in-house therapy and they have really given us great training and education to keep our residents as independent as possible. 

As we look forward to next year our hope is to continue to do all the fun community things, we did prior to COVID. We expect to see the restrictions continue to lessen. We are planning to have several family events so we can all be together sharing good times and great food. 

PrairieStone Senior Living is a comprehensive community soon to be offering independent living plus, assisted living, and memory care, accompanied by an array of services and floor plan options. Our amenities include restaurant dining, outdoor and private dining, a 24-hour bistro, concierge service, housekeeping, events and entertainment, personal care, a salon and barber, transportation services, a patio and firepit, and more. Our community extends beyond our campus, providing residents with the opportunity to explore the local downtown area, featuring charming shops and restaurants. Nature enthusiasts can visit the picturesque George Wyth State Park for nature walks and birdwatching or enjoy the stunning scenery along the Cedar River. Cultural events and festivals, such as the Cedar Basin Jazz Festival and Sturgis Falls Celebration, offer even more opportunities for engagement. PrairieStone residents have convenient access to a wealth of adventures and activities, both within and outside the community.

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