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  • Solstice at Lee’s Summit resident Mary Lou White becomes “Rosie the Riveter” once again Posted in: News, Blog - Mary Lou helped develop over 6,000 B-25 Mitchell Bomber airplanes at the Kansas City Fairfax plant in 1944 by soldering wires onto the planes. Now in her late 90s, Mary Lou was able to help restore a plane she previously worked on 78 years ago, the Sandbar Mitchell. With her contribution, the plane will be fully restored and back in ...
  • Steppingstones on Your Path to Wellness  Posted in: Blog - According to the National Institute of Wellness, wellness is an active process through which people become aware of, and make choices toward, a more successful existence.   At Solstice, we meet residents where they are in their health and wellness journeys to become their healthiest selves. Our Path to Wellness program focuses on enhancing the wellness of each resident’s mind, body ...
  • Senior living trends and opportunities in 2022 Posted in: Corporate, Blog - The last several years have brought about many changes in the senior living industry, from how operators manage communities to how sales teams are effectively communicating with prospects and residents. Solstice Senior Living’s Chief Operating Officer Steve Flynt and Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing Cristy Ballard shared some of their lessons learned throughout the pandemic, as well as ...
  • Rise and Shine at Solstice Posted in: Corporate, Blog - A good morning routine is essential to starting the day off right. Solstice believes wellness of the mind, body and spirit is an active process, which means it takes time and intention. It can be tempting to hit the snooze button and stay in bed, but intentionally creating a morning routine can set the tone for the rest of the ...
  • Solstice Shares the Love this Valentine’s Day Posted in: Blog, Corporate, Joliet, Palatine, Plano, Point Defiance - Our communities made this Valentine’s Day special with fun arts and crafts, delicious treats, and time spent with friends and loved ones. Check out the celebrations below!  Solstice at PlanoOur residents and visitors were all smiles while enjoying entertainment, sweet treats, and a photoshoot with festive balloons and props. Solstice at Point DefianceWe popped the champagne and dove into boxes ...
  • Solstice supports children with cancer through unique collaboration Posted in: News, Blog - Inspired by a 3-year-old boy named Atlas, Solstice Senior Living partnered with Austin-based restaurant and event venue Hula Hut to donate $5,000 to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.  Read more about how this incredible partnership is making an impact on Atlas and other children with cancer in the story below.  CBS Austin: Unique collaboration honors 3-year-old boy with leukemia 
  • Collette Gray, President and CEO of Solstice Senior Living breaks down Culture Keepers Program Posted in: News, Blog - Collette Gray has led the charge at Solstice Senior Living and Integral Senior Living for over a decade. Her day-to-day focus is on operations, sales and marketing, and resident care. But she also oversees development projects and prioritizes company culture through the Culture Keepers program.  Read more about Collette and how the Culture Keepers program is impacting associates and residents ...
  • Financial Wellness Tips for Seniors Posted in: Corporate, Blog - As we continue to ease into the new year and enter Senior Independence Month in February, an important item to add to your to-do list is taking a close look at your finances to see if there are areas in which you can improve your overall financial wellness. When you are a senior, financial independence might be the difference between ...
  • Solstice Senior Living Looks Back on 2021 Posted in: Blog, Corporate - We know 2021 was a challenging year. But it also brought us all hope and happiness in unexpected ways. As this year comes to an end, we wanted to take some time to reflect on all the events, people and celebrations that brought our communities closer together. COVID-19 vaccine clinics kept residents, their families and our staff safer and healthier ...
  • How To Prepare for Flu Season Posted in: Corporate, Blog - As we move into cooler weather and more people are spending time indoors, flu symptoms become more and more common. Studies have shown that people 65 years and older are at greater risk of serious complications from the flu. Stay safe this flu season using these five simple strategies. Get a flu shot – While seasonal flu shots do not ...