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The Village at East Farms Selected for Best of Waterbury Reader's Choice Award
Voted Best Assisted Living Community in Greater Waterbury, Conn.
"This award is especially significant to us because it comes directly from the families and residents in the community we are committed to serving," says Lee Ann Tyburski, Executive Director of The Village at East Farms. "Our goal is to 'Be the Benchmark' and exceed expectations, and we do that with a focus on meeting people where they are and connecting them to what's meaningful and possible at every stage of life. That's the Benchmark experience, and that's what we believe our neighbors in Waterbury and surrounding areas are acknowledging."
Since 2009, The Village at East Farms has served thousands of residents and families in the greater Waterbury area and today "is transforming the aging experience by moving beyond the categories of assisted living and memory care to offer concierge living and a unique Mind & Memory approach," Tyburski says. "Our entire community of associates gets to know each resident and what matters to them, so we're ready to help when needed and connect them to the things giving their lives joy, wellness, meaning and purpose."
The Village at East Farms is one of 17 Benchmark assisted living and memory care communities in Connecticut. The company's 18th community, Sturges Ridge of Fairfield in Fairfield, Conn., is slated to open this fall. In March, the company was chosen by the Hartford Business Journal as one of the 2018 Best Places to Work in Connecticut.
For more information, visit www.VillageAtEastFarms.com.
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Based in Waltham, Mass., Benchmark is a leading provider of senior living services in the Northeast. Founded in 1997 by Tom Grape, Benchmark operates 56 senior living communities offering independent living, assisted living, Alzheimer's care and continuing care in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont. In 2018, Benchmark was certified as a Great Place to Work by the Great Place to Work Institute and became the first senior living organization and only the fifth Massachusetts-
Carol Arnold, Arnold Communications