Senior Housing thoughtsPublished by evanperrolaz on Fri, 2013-06-07 08:57
This past week was an interesting one for sure and it was full of fascinating scenarios that reminds me of why we founded Cornerstone in the first place. I had the opportunity to meet some very powerful people who needed assistance beyond their wildest imaginations and I am so thankful that they reached out to us for help. As a company, we also just attended the 20th annual Elder Fair in Everett and once again I was struck by the amount of people that shared their stories of distress and helplessness in the face of medical and mental health issues. In speaking with a colleague as we exited the show we agreed that seniors are not getting directed to the right resources and often they are being failed by the "system".
I have also met with some truly unique individuals that are dedicated to being a resource and who have companies that are solely derived to assist and be part of the solution. Going forward I am more impassioned than ever to make sure that Cornerstone lives up to our mission statement and that those that need the assistance get more than help, they get a team who are committed to making sure they get the resources they need and more importantly, a friend to walk the path with them and work to make the journey a peaceful one.