Silverado Oak Village Celebrates Official Grand Opening
The Silverado Oak Village leadership team celebrated their official grand opening with a ribbon-cutting event that included speakers from the Wisconsin Assisted Living Association, community tours, live entertainment, gourmet food and refreshments. Silverado last year acquired the community, and over the past year has transformed it to meet the company's unmatched service standards.
"With more than 17 years of experience in memory care, it’s a privilege for us to provide life-enriching care to the residents of Oak Village,” shares Silverado President, Chairman and CEO Loren Shook. "With every grand opening, we get the opportunity to positively impact more lives and in doing so, give peace of mind to loved ones’ families.”
When Linda Napolitano’s family could no longer care for her after she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, the family visited more than 15 assisted livings. Although it was the most difficult decision their family had ever had to make, they knew they needed a place where Linda was safe and happy.
“Silverado was the immediate front-runner; they were so specifically focused on Alzheimer’s and dementia care, Oak Village felt like an oversized house where everyone, Linda and us included, could feel at home,” shares Linda’s daughter. “And even after only a few weeks of being at Silverado, Linda has lit up. We see her old personality coming through, she's consistently happy and always smiling, and we feel like she's part of their and our family. Each day we visit, we leave with a sigh of relief rather than guilt that we've found a home for Linda and a partner for our family.”
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