Striving for Our Vision in the Greater Community

Leadership  |  April 27, 2021

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CLC-Cappella adopted a new vision statement in 2019; Creating communities where aging is honored and celebrated. Of course we are continually working to strive for this vision in all the work we do in our communities. But as leaders in senior living, we are also called to share our vision with others.

President & CEO Jill Vitale-Aussem recently shared some thoughts in an article published in the Colorado Real Estate Journal’s quarterly Health Care & Senior Housing insert on why we all need to work at combating ageism.

Click here to read the full article.


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