Senior Nation: Integrace Bayleigh Chase Voted “Best Assisted Living”

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Integrace Bayleigh Chase, a forward-thinking life plan community based in Easton, has been voted “Best Assisted Living” in the Best of 2017 reader’s poll conducted by What’s Up? Eastern Shore magazine. What’s Up? Media honored all its winners at the “Best of Party 2017” at the Loews Annapolis Hotel on Thursday, June 15.

Integrace Bayleigh Chase offers a resident-centered Assisted Living program, supported by the Integrace Pathways philosophy, that promotes independence while providing medication management and personal care as needed. Bayleigh Chase Assisted Living residents benefit from a daily engagement program that features exercise, social events and outings, outdoor activities, music, art and technology.

“We are extremely honored that What’s Up? Eastern Shore readers chose our Assisted Living program as the Best of 2017,” said Andrea Lev, LNHA, executive director, Integrace Bayleigh Chase. “The colleagues on our Assisted Living team go above and beyond every day to provide a compassionate and enriching supportive living environment that celebrates each of our residents as individuals. This recognition is a testament to their wonderful work.”

Located on a 35-acre campus in historic Easton, Bayleigh Chase is a vibrant community that offers residents a lifestyle of flexibility and choice to live life on their own terms. For more information, please call 410-763-7167 or visit www.bayleighchase.org.

Photo caption: Integrace Bayleigh Chase representatives at the What’s Up? Media Best of Party 2017. From left to right: Andrea Lev, executive director; Joel Yacks, director of clinical services and ALM; Amy Fountain, social worker; Louise Montgomery, recreation engagement director; Gerry Brenner, RN, assistant director of clinical services.

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