Karen McPhail, RN, MSN
Provider Spotlight: Beverly Assisted Living
From time to time I like to highlight providers who are doing something a little different within the field of senior care.
I recently had the pleasure of meeting with Allen Wong. Allen is a newcomer to the Northern, VA area, but not to senior care! He has worked for several years for a family owned and operated assisted living facility, skilled nursing facility and hospice agency. He slowly worked his way up and eventually obtained his administrator license. Observing the intricacies of the senior living business further empowered his drive and mission for assisting the elderly. As a result of his work he was able to see how certain aspects of the senior care industry were truly under served and lacking. With this in mind he moved on to his newest endeavor Beverly Assisted Living.
Beverly Assisted Living which has just opened in the Merrifield, Virginia area (convenient to Fairfax Hospital, 495, and the Mosaic District). Beverly Assisted Living is an all inclusive boutique, bed and breakfast style personal care home that will provide 24 hour supervision and personalized care, in a cozy, cost effective, home like setting. They have an 8 resident capacity and ample staffing to allow for exceptional resident care and attention. They will not only offer individualized care and services, but access to activities, outings, and transportation without hidden costs or fees! They strive to support and celebrate independence while offering care for residents to age in place along the way!
This will be the first of several properties planned for development in this area. I am excited to learn more about this organization as I value their mission, approach to care, and enthusiasm for providing individualized, resident focused services in a truly home like environment.
Beverly Assisted Living is now accepting resident applications. To learn more visit their website: http://beverlyseniorliving.com
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