Kristie Chadwick was recently named Care Manager for Paradise Living Centers, a luxury assisted living community with a residence located in Paradise Valley.
Online PR News – 28-June-2014 – PHOENIX, Ariz. - June 27 2014 - – Kristie Chadwick was recently named Care Manager for Paradise Living Centers, a luxury assisted living community with a residence located in Paradise Valley. In her new position, Chadwick will oversee day-to-day operations, monitor residential care, manage onsite staff and ensure family expectations are met, especially for those coping with dementia.
Working as a horse trainer, Chadwick got involved in pet therapy to help those faced with disabilities and health issues. Eventually transitioning her career to the senior care industry, Chadwick was hired as Activities Director for Ventana Winds Assisted Living and Memory Care in Sun City. In 2011, Chadwick joined Encore Senior Living in Paradise Valley as Community Relations Coordinator, where she specialized in dementia. Prior to joining Paradise Living Centers Chadwick was the Executive Director of a 120 bed assisted living community. Chadwick is a licensed and state certified assisted living facility manager. She is an active member of the Alzheimer's Association, Arizona Assisted Living Homes Association, Nursing Care Institution Administrators and the Assisted Living Association of America.
“Kristie is a great addition,” states Robert Adamo, owner of Paradise Living Centers LLC. “Her passion and experience working in senior care will be a benefit to our residents and their families.”
Paradise Living Centers is located at 6630 E Lincoln Dr., in Paradise Valley. To learn more about the community's services and amenities, visit paradiselivingcenters.com or call 602-550-1247.
About Paradise Living Centers
Paradise Living Centers is a residential assisted living community that provides maintenance-free living in a beautiful setting. The community's Certified Assisted Living Professionals and dedicated registered nurse provide expert care to all residents, including those with Alzheimer’s and dementia needs.