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Community Caravan at The Village at Unity Senior Living

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Today’s senior living communities must be more creative than ever when it comes to engaging residents and keeping families informed and connected. The Village at Unity is committed to keeping residents healthy by following social distancing guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention while also keeping our residents connected with friends and family. 

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To keep residents healthy, senior living communities across the country are restricting visitors. The Village at Unity knows how important it is to keep residents connected to loved ones and so we are constantly looking for ways to engage residents while also practicing social distancing. Using technology and welcoming special deliveries from family helps our residents to connect with families. Recently, we invited friends, family, and staff for a convoy around our community.

“In times like these when you just do what you do because you have to. It helps to remember, ‘This is why I do what I do and this is why I love what I do.” – Deanna Crawford, The Village at Unity

Led by the local fire department and the police department, our campus shuttle, and nearly 200 cars caravanned around our community, waving at residents who came out on their balconies. The residents were blown away by the support. They were so excited to see everyone!

Visit our Facebook page to see how The Village at Unity is working to keep residents healthy while serving Five-Star fun daily! 

 

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Alissa has been working in marketing and the senior living industry for over 8 years. With a B.S. in advertising from the University of Illinois, Alissa has worked all over the world as a freelance communications strategist and writer. Published in Forbes, Senior Finance Advisor, Alzheimers.net and on other leading senior care blogs, she leverages her working knowledge of the senior care industry with leading research and best practices to create engaging content benefitting seniors and their caregivers. In her free time, Alissa loves to travel, read, cook, and spend time with her family.