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Richmond Terrace – Small Community, Big Heart

Carol B. can’t speak highly enough of the staff at Richmond Terrace and the care and support they provide for her mom. Carol’s mom moved to Richmond Terrace after a stay in Skilled Nursing resulted in the desire to find an Assisted Living option that fit her needs. When they first visited Richmond Terrace, Carol and her mom loved it.

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Lenoir Woods – Setting a High Bar for Care

Sometimes it’s a small change that can lead to a big transition. That’s how it was for Chad B.’s mom. After she fell and spent some time in REACH Short Stay Rehabilitation at Lenoir Woods, the family and staff decided that an Assisted Living arrangement would be the best option for her. Luckily for Chad and his mom, they already had a plan in place.

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Giving a Little Extra in the Care Center

Even during these uncertain times, we continue to provide exceptional care for our residents and opportunities for them to live life to the fullest. Our staff has been especially creative in making sure our residents are engaged and leading active lives mentally, physically, and spiritually.

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Excellent Care for Your Loved One

Lutheran Senior Services (LSS) communities are known for quality service and excellent care, with a solid reputation built over our 160-year history. Our Care Centers consistently receive high ratings from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), which underscores our dedication to excellence. Simply put, we believe in providing the best because every resident deserves the best.

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Helping Your Loved One Transition to Assisted Living

Your loved one has decided that Assisted Living is the right choice for them. You’ve worked together to select the right community, they’ve selected their apartment, and the logistics of moving are underway. Whether moving into a senior living community for the first time or moving from Independent Living to Assisted Living, this is a significant life change for any older adult. There are things you can do to support their transition and help them ease into their new life in Assisted Living.

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Reflecting on 30 Years Serving Seniors

Robert Terry has spent the past three decades as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) working with seniors at the same community in Town and Country, Missouri. Here he shares what he’s learned during his 30-plus years as a CNA and what keeps him motivated at his position.

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Opportunities to Flourish

Doris Wolff doesn’t like to sit still. Lucky for her, Meramec Bluffs, a Lutheran Senior Services Life Plan Community in Ballwin, Missouri, gives her plenty of opportunities to stay on the move and connected to her community.

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A Meaningful Cause

Vera Backman was continuing to do what she’d always done. She didn’t realize her sewing projects would catch on, creating a group of ladies determined to do good in their community and the larger Jefferson City area as well.

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A Combination Punch of Movement

Sporting goods stores in Springfield, Illinois, might be noticing a new trend – boxing gloves are suddenly in demand among older adults. The popular boxing class at Concordia Village could be contributing to this.

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