December 16, 2022
It feels strange to be looking at 2022 in the rear-view mirror already, but I guess time flies when you are having fun. We have seen plenty of changes here at The Parkway Senior Living, along with so many fond memories being made. We work hard and play hard!
We have had so much fun this past year, whether it be our Fun Lunch Fridays, where we struggle so hard to keep work out of the conversation, coming together to help with big projects, or Ralph hijacking our department head meetings with his shenanigans. I can genuinely say this is the best team that I have ever been part of in the workplace.
I love that our team is so invested and motivated in what we do. Everyone works their absolute hardest to ensure The Parkway is the best that it can be for our residents. Heather is always giving 100 percent no matter what the event on the calendar. Robert, Lauren, and the culinary staff do an unbelievable job of making sure that no matter what crazy circumstances are thrown at the kitchen, our residents have a consistently great dining experience. Our Care Partners and Support Partners work with Shawndra and Kira to provide the best direct care possible. Every single staff member comes to work with a common goal.
Looking forward to the coming year I am so excited to see what great things we can all accomplish. We have a great team from top to bottom and I am thrilled to be a part of it. Cheers to 2023.
The Parkway Senior Living in Blue Springs, MO offers senior villas, independent senior apartments, assisted living, and memory care with a variety of services and a range of floor plan options. Amenities include restaurant dining, 24-hour bistro, concierge service, housekeeping, events and entertainment, personal care, transportation services, and more. Located just south of Hwy 70 right in the heart of major shopping, dining, and attractions, residents enjoy convenient access to golfing, local parks, and healthcare services.
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