Senior Housing News’ Nick Andrews interviewed Integral Senior Living and Solstice Senior Livings’s National VP of Culinary Services Amy Robinson for a feature on the strategies that senior living operators are exploring or implementing in 2023.
While ISL’s dining venues are not open to the public, the operator capitalizes on opportunities for members of the community to use its dining facilities as a way to drive revenue.
“The more you can have outside businesses have meetings in that space and supply food and beverages – there’s a rental charge for that space,” Robinson said. “The more we can bring in additional revenue, the better off we’re going to be.”
And the days of senior living communities only offering one dining venue are long gone, Robinson said.
Read more of Robinson’s interview below.
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