Senior Living Provider Invests in a Brighter Future for Local Seniors and Students
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., December 4, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Members of the press are invited to join Trilogy Health Services at Stonecroft Health Campus, located at 363 South Fieldstone Drive in Bloomington, Indiana on Tuesday, Dec. 11 at 10:30 a.m. to learn about the senior living provider’s remarkable $1M capital and workforce investment in Bloomington.
As a company committed to serving others, Trilogy is constantly searching for ways to invest in its employees, residents, family and community members. Recently, the provider announced that it would be adding memory care suites to one of its two senior living communities in Bloomington, Indiana, Stonecroft Health Campus. This investment totals roughly $500,000, and will include a total of 13 suites. A new corridor connecting the memory care suites to the community’s assisted living neighborhood is also being built. This will not only allow family, staff and residents to more easily access what Trilogy refers to as its Legacy Lane, its construction will also produce an enclosed courtyard, perfect for savoring sunny afternoons among family and friends. Residents of the Legacy Lane will also have access to their own brand new living room and dining room. Here, specially trained caregivers will utilize proven care techniques to enrich the lives of those they serve, while being mindful of their unique needs and challenges.
The second half of Trilogy’s $1M investment encompasses the expansion of its existing apprentice programs and launch of its state-wide Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) and Culinary Earn & Learn programs for high school students. In partnership with Hoosier Hills Career Center (the initiative’s first official partner), Trilogy will provide high school students with valuable work experience, college credit, wage increases, and a clear career pathway.
“At Trilogy, we believe that our residents and employees are an extension of our family,” commented Todd Schmiedeler, SVP of Foundation & Workforce Development. “As family members, we’re dedicated to their health, happiness, and success. This investment in Bloomington is our mission in action. Our new memory care addition will improve quality of life for those with memory loss, and our state-certified Earn & Learn programs will provide Indiana students with a clear-cut path to a bright, fulfilling future. We believe in caring for our Trilogy family, so that they in turn can care for others. In this way, we can make a positive impact in every community we serve.”
Trilogy will also be hosting a hiring event from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Dec. 11. Students working with the Hoosier Hills Career Center, as well as other Bloomington residents, will have the opportunity to interview for existing career opportunities as CNAs, nurses, and members of Stonecroft’s culinary team.
The press conference will begin at 10:30 a.m. in Stonecroft’s main lobby.
Source: Trilogy Health Services, LLC