PEOPLE AND PLACES News, Sales & Developments

Dallas-based Capital Senior Living Cor- poration introduced a new memory care program, Magnolia Trails. The program emphasizes individualized programming, responsive engagement, sensory-focused living, and offers a family engagement app. Staff must complete training, pass an exam, and have quarterly training updates. The program will be rolled out to all of the com- pany’s 37 communities that provide memo- ry care services by the end of the year. The company reported that in a 24-month pilot, occupancy improved from 69 percent to 100 percent with a waiting list.

SavaSeniorCare skilled nursing providers has selected Cleveland-based OnShift’s hu- man capital management program to be used by approximately 15,000 employees. Previously clients for OnShift’s employee scheduling and financial wellness software, SavaSeniorCare will now also use OnShift’s recruiting, hiring, time and attendance, and employee engagement solutions.

PointClickCare Technologies, based in Mis- sissauga, Ontario, has closed its acquisition of Collective Medical. PointClickCare currently supports a network of more than 21,000 long‐term and post‐acute care pro- viders including skilled nursing facilities, se- nior living communities, and home health agencies. Collective Medical’s platform con- nects more than 1,300 hospitals as well as ambulatory care practices, long-term post- acute care, and accountable care organiza- tions across a 39‐state network.

Silverado, based in Irvine, Calif., has an- nounced a new memory care community in Bellevue, Wash. The Silverado Bellevue Memory Care Community, projected to open in December, is the second community for the company in Washington. The com- munity is over 28,000 square feet and has been designed to support 56 residents. The community is projected to begin serving res- idents this year.

Vitality Living, based in Brentwood, Tenn., is partnering to transform the Copeland Tower Suites hotel in Metairie, La., into


Denver-based Spectrum Retirement Communities, LLC has opened Silver Glen Senior Living, located outside of Chicago in South Elgin, Ill. The community has 180 apartments and will offer independent living, assisted living, and memory care. Amenities include two restaurants, a theater, the Sky Lounge (pictured), and an art studio (pictured).

Copeland Tower Living, an active adult living community. The 16-story tower will have have 95 one-bedroom suites and nine com- mon areas. Amenities will include a wellness center, spa, and salon. It is projected to open in mid-to-late summer 2021.

Denver-based Spectrum Retirement Communities, LLC, has collaborated with

Legacy Healthcare Services and ZIBRIO balance-improvement technology in a fall- risk reduction program. Each of Spectrum’s 48 communities will implement the program with ZIBRIO AI-enabled equipment and Legacy’s licensed therapy providers. The companies will then collaborate to track and share data and therapy solutions that have proven impact on the fall-risk issue.

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