Reading Time: 2 minutes Senior Care Smyrna GA-In our Employee spotlight for October is Josiane Essoh. When talking about Woodland Ridge Josiane says, “The management here wants you to want to come to work. They say thank you and the appreciation here is like nowhere else.”
Reading Time: 2 minutes Senior Care Smyrna GA-In our Employee Spotlight for September is Renae Miller. Renae says, “I like our residents and enjoy working with seniors.” Woodland Ridge is happy to have Renae as part of our team. She’s a self- starter and eager to learn.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Senior Care Smyrna GA-Rita Manatrizio, Shirley McGahan and Joan Telotte are highlighted with Woodland Ridge staff in a recent AJC article explaining the impact of the pandemic on senior living.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Senior Care Smyrna GA-In our employee spotlight for June is Alicia Schuster. Her mother was Woodland Ridge’s beautician and brought on Alicia in 2008. By 2010, Alicia became our full-time beautician on her own.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Senior Care Smyrna GA-We love having Naesha as part of our team for her caring approach, sweet smile (even though it is hidden behind that sequined mask) and friendly attitude. She’s a true gem!
Reading Time: 2 minutes Senior Care Smyrna GA-In our Employee Spotlight for April is Will Trice, our receptionist. Will is the first person everyone sees coming in and answers all those phone calls and questions. He also helps with any duties assigned by our managers and is adept at computer issues.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Senior Care Smyrna GA-In our employee spotlight for March is Danielle Avery our new Resident Services Director. Danielle grew up in Rock Island, Illinois in a family with 3 siblings.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Senior Care Smyrna GA-In our employee spotlight this month is Robert Dixon, our marketing director. Robert is originally from Mexico, Missouri and also spent part of his growing up years in Illinois and Iowa.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Senior Care Smyrna GA-Here are three of the most common concerns some people may have about assisted living that can cause them to either dismiss it for themselves or never bring it up to an elderly parent, grandparent, or other loved one.