I have been with WSL since 2010 and have served in a few different roles. I manage the overall operations, upkeep and staff of Waterford Senior Living and Waterford Memory Care to make sure all functions of the facilities are consistent with our Mission of providing quality care to all of our residents. My favorite part of my job is interacting with residents and working with my great teammates. I am married and have three daughters; one in college and two in high school; and one son in the United States Air Force. In my free time I love to spend time with my family.
I was one of the original staff when WSL opened in January 2007. I provide tours and information to potential new residents and their families. I am also very proud to be our Resident and Family advocate. If a resident or family has any concerns or questions regarding cares received, I am the person who can sort it all out. I love my position here. Every day brings more challenges. I am passionate to make sure every one of our residents receive the care, respect and love they deserve.
I was one of the original staff when WSL opened in January 2007. My duties include: Coordinate with physicians, the pharmacy, and outside supporting services (hospice, home health, etc.) for continuity of quality care. I have worked in the geriatric field for over 25 years, and there is not a day that goes by that I have not felt rewarded at the end of my day. I reside in Rochester with my family and 2 children. In my free time I love to spend time with my family and friends.
I have been the Delegating Nurse with WSL since 2012. I oversee the medication management of all residents. I facilitate the state approved Medication Management to all care staff and provide other medical related trainings. I participate in the initial assessments of new residents, reviews all vital signs for residents, and assist with developing and updating policies and procedures. I live in Waterford with my husband and we spend most of our free time with our five adult children and twelve grandchildren.
I have been with WSL since Memory Care opened in 2012. I oversee the day-to-day operations of the Activity Department. It is my job to plan, facilitate, and carryout therapeutic and recreational programs for all the residents that pass through our doors. It is my goal to provide a fun, warm, and nurturing environment for our Residents and their families while they are here. I am passionate about working with those affected by Alzheimer’s disease. I also enjoy art, music, dance, and spending time with my family. Our three kids keep my husband and I plenty busy!
I was one of the original staff when WSL opened in 2007. I manage all aspects of the Activity Department in Assisted Living. I plan all of the activities, facilitate many of them and work with several dedicated volunteers to facilitate the rest of the activities. I have been a presenter at state and national conferences highlighting our activity program to other activity professionals. My husband and I live in Waterford and have three adult children and one grandchild, Mason, who we love spending time with.
I began working at WSL in 2010 as kitchen staff, was in Activities in Memory Care for a couple years and then promoted to the Food Service Director in 2014. I oversee the functions of the kitchens by menu planning, ordering food and supplies, training staff, meal prep and much more. I absolutely love being with our residents and my goal is to make them smile. I have three wonderful adult sons and a two year old Yorkie mix dog that is spoiled rotten!
I started working at WSL as a caregiver five years ago. I manage the employees’ schedules, facilitate the new hire Onboarding process and coordinate training. I wear many different hats here and I enjoy being able to help other staff and share my knowledge and skills with them. My favorite part about my job is that I interact with people every day. I love conversing with our residents and knowing that the work we do here at Waterford Senior Living makes a difference in people’s lives, it is very rewarding. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, hunting, fishing, boating, camping, and spending time with my dog and boyfriend.
I began working at WSL before it opened in 2006 as the Executive Director. In 2015 I was promoted to President of the company to oversee and manage all of Great Lakes Senior Living. We have three locations in Wisconsin; Beloit, Milton and Waterford. My goal for the company is to be a leader in the Assisted Living industry by providing excellent care to our residents and families, a positive and supporting workplace to our employees and local community involvement. I live in Waterford with my husband and two young daughters.
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