Prestige Senior Living begins managing Auburn Meadows Senior Living Community

For the Reporter

Prestige Senior Living, LLC., a Washington-based leader in senior living, recently began managing Auburn Meadows Senior Living Community, Assisted Living and Memory Care, as part of a second wave of building management transitions following an acquisition by CNL Healthcare Properties.

The community will be renamed Prestige Senior Living Auburn Meadows.

"We are constantly seeking new ways to invest in the communities across our footprint," said Harold Delamarter, president and CEO of Prestige Care. "As we expand our organization, we will continue to foster the growth of compassionate, qualified staff and innovative programs to expand our continuum of senior care and services."

Additional Prestige-managed communities in Washington are Independent and Assisted Living at Bridgewood, Monticello Park Independent and Assisted Living and Independent and Assisted Living at Rosemont.

The company plans to introduce its award-winning Expressions memory care program for residents living with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia at Prestige Senior Living Auburn Meadows.

"This partnership with CNL Healthcare Properties marks an important opportunity for us to spread our vision of quality care to new communities throughout the Pacific Northwest," Delamarter said. "We look forward to collaborating with CNL and sharing our values-based approach to senior care with residents and staff at these communities."

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