Embrace Wellness: June 2019

Erickson Living’s Embrace Wellness team discusses the importance of addressing changes in a healthy way.

Greetings from Administration: June 2019

By Gary Hibbs Executive Director As I look out of my office window writing this, I see the biggest crane that I’ve ever seen in my life right here at Riderwood! It is putting the steel together like pieces of a puzzle as the building of our new Wellness Center takes shape. This is another part…

On Board with Pat Davis: May 2019

As Director Living in Community on the Riderwood Board of Directors, Pat Davis introduces the newest board Chair Michelle Bohreer, and provides the latest information from the Board.

Executive Insight: April 2019

By Laura McCormick Practice Administrator, Medical Center We live in an amazing time in medicine. Through science and technology, we have made remarkable advances. We are making new discoveries and delivering the highest-quality medical care the world has ever known. Clearly, we have the professional and clinical skills to deliver these wonders. But what about…

From the R.A.C.: April 2019

By Bette Martin Secretary, Resident Advisory Council In politics, a frequent meme is “It’s the economy, stupid!” At Riderwood, what we often hear is “More communication, PLEASE!” or “Why weren’t we told….?” Frankly, it’s true! Getting information to all residents in a community as large as Riderwood is a never-ending challenge. Even with the Reporter…

On Board with Pat Davis: April 2019

By Pat Davis Director Living in Community, Riderwood Board of Directors Quizzes, tests, exams…remember them? I bet you’re glad they’re no longer a regular part of your life. But it’s a different story for Riderwood, which is constantly being evaluated in many ways. Last month I wrote about the Resident Satisfaction Survey, an annual opportunity…

Greetings from Administration: April 2019

By Gary Hibbs Executive Director Leadership guru John Maxwell, in his latest book Leadershift, opens his first chapter with a quick, three-word quote from Thomas Edgley, which I thought so very appropriate as we enter into Spring.  “Change or die” is what Edgley said.  Wow.  Pretty thought provoking!  Doesn’t sound like much of a choice,…