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  • Solstice Senior Living Sets New Goals For Growth In 2023 Posted in: Blog, News - President and CEO Collette Gray helped Solstice Senior Living and Integral Senior Living achieve consistent net growth in 2022, with move-ins exceeding pre-pandemic levels. Despite several hurdles, ISL and SSL exceeded expectations through a culture of understanding, encouragement and camaraderie. In 2023, the organizations plan to utilize new technology and continue expanding the Livin’ the Dream program.  Read more about Collette and ...
  • New Year, New You: Your Path to Wellness  Posted in: Blog, Corporate - With days feeling shorter and weather getting colder, we tend to spend most of our time indoors by ourselves after the holidays. This can take a toll on mental, spiritual and physical well-being, which can lead to irritability, low energy and difficulty completing everyday tasks. At Solstice, we want to kick those winter blues away and make sure every aspect ...
  • Solstice Senior Living Looks Back on 2022 Posted in: Corporate, Blog - 2022 was a year of celebrating community and new beginnings. Our communities gathered throughout the year for fun events, activities and celebrations. As this year comes to a close, we are reflecting on moments that brought us closer together.  Solstice residents kept it groovy in our monthly Culture Week celebrations, starting all the way back in the ’60s.  On Flag ...
  • Healthy Aging: How To Stay on Top During Your Golden Years  Posted in: Corporate, Blog - There are many factors that contribute to healthy aging, including diet, lifestyle and genetics. Daily activities such as riding your bike or going for a walk can increase your overall health tremendously, especially when you pair this with a great diet. Genetics can play a part and, unfortunately, is unavoidable. However, your mindset and developing healthy habits can make all ...
  • A Life Full of Adventure at Solstice  Posted in: Blog, Corporate - Experiences and outings you can enjoy as a Solstice resident  Here at Solstice, we know how important it is to create an engaging and entertaining community for our residents. Our Vibrant Life® program allows residents to create their own schedules and participate in monthly activities and outings based on their individual interests and routines.   Vibrant Life® at Solstice encourages connection, ...
  • Celebrate the Move to Senior Living Posted in: Blog, Corporate - Making the move to a senior living community is a big achievement that deserves to be celebrated! After all the planning, research and hard work, you are finally ready to move onto the next big chapter in your life.  At this point in the process, you’ve waved goodbye to the movers and begun to unpack in your new home. The ...
  • Parents’ Day at Solstice Posted in: Blog, Corporate - A day full of love and family fun  Our residents recently celebrated National Parents’ Day by recognizing the wonderful parents of Solstice. They shared personal parenting advice and participated in a variety of family activities, including going on a trip, taking a walk, and making arts and crafts together. Residents’ children showed appreciation for their beloved parents and joined in ...
  • A Step-by-Step Guide for Touring a Senior Living Community  Posted in: Blog, Corporate - The decision to move to independent living is an exciting opportunity for you or your loved one to find a new home, meet new people and join a community. Touring a senior living community beforehand and asking the right questions are integral parts of success in the decision process. Communities can differ, and what works for one person might not ...
  • Business Intelligence Is Paving The Way For Solstice Senior Living Posted in: News, Blog - Collette Gray, CEO and president of Solstice Senior Living, recently spoke with Senior Housing News’ Tim Regan about how Solstice’s business intelligence platform has become their No. 1 technology feature. “There’s so much data available, and it allows us to understand the company as a whole, who we are serving and how we’re serving them,” Gray said during a recent ...
  • 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 ...