A time for change

Change is constant. At Wellhaven Senior Living, new team members are hired, tenants moved in or more seniors joined River Falls Senior Center. One recent change for Wellhaven is team member Elly Brenna retired. As Wellhaven’s receptionist, Elly was the first to greet tenants and their family and friends. In honor of Elly’s time at Wellhaven, a celebration was recently held with tenants.

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Meet the team: Brandon Saumer

Brandon Saumer has served as Maintenance Director at Wellhaven Senior Living since October 2006. He stays busy and isn’t afraid of a little hard work. Over the years, he has been able to create friendship with several of the tenants.

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Honoring an important milestone

On Sept. 6, Wellhaven Senior Living property manager Beth Ann Schultz was honored for 30 years of service at Wellhaven and The Lutheran Home Association. 

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Hope team members honored

Two Hope Residence team members Savannah Kirsch-Swanson (on left) and Abby Luskey were recently recognized during the ARRM Cares Awards luncheon at the 2018 annual conference.

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Honoring Wellhaven team members

During its annual board and leadership retreat in Jordan, Minn., The Lutheran Home Association (TLHA) recognized team members celebrating milestone anniversaries with TLHA.  Wellhaven team members Loretta Glenna and Tiffany Olson were recognized for 25 years of service.

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Honoring our team members

During its annual board and leadership retreat in Jordan, Minn., The Lutheran Home Association (TLHA) recognized several team members celebrating milestone anniversaries with TLHA.  St. Michael’s administrator Tiffany Olson was recognized for 25 years of service.

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Hope team member updates

Hope Residence recently promoted two team members. Kayla Trocke accepted a new role at Hope Residence as the Human Resources Director. She has been serving as the Program Manager/Designated Coordinator for 151 Hope Circle for the past four years.

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New program focuses on team member training

At Hope Residence, residents receive physical care. Equally as important, we strive to provide spiritual, intellectual and emotional care. This wouldn’t be possible without our caring, compassionate team members. Our team members are highly valued and Hope leaders have found several ways to care for them including a new preceptor program to focus on training new direct support team members.

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Life lessons learned through military service

Bill Wojchik learned important life lessons while serving our country. Bill, currently a maintenance team member at St. Michael’s Assisted Living in Fountain City, WI, joined in the United States Marine Corps in 1968.

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At Hope Residence, residents become family

Pat’s bright red hair, amazing smile and contagious laugh lit up the halls at Hope Residence in Belle Plaine, Minn. She loved life, which made it all the more difficult when she passed away in the fall.
Becca Lambrecht met Pat two years ago, when Becca started as a direct support professional (DSP) at Hope Residence. She knew instantly they would be friends, but she didn’t realize how deep that bond went.

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