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Glenmeadow has been re-accredited as a continuing care retirement community for a fourth time by the nation’s only accrediting body for such communities, joining the less than 15 percent around the country that achieve this milestone. The Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC), acquired by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) in 2003 and […]Read More
The Glenmeadow Learning program provides opportunities for personal enrichment for seniors both on our campus in Longmeadow, MA and in the greater community. Presented by scholars and professionals, each event offers a chance to try something new or to deepen an existing interest. These programs are free and open to the public. Our winter/spring events include […]Read More
The Feb. 6 midday news program on ABC40 featured Glenmeadow speaker Dr. Susan Megas, an expert in the topic of early-stage dementia.Read More
The March 11 issue of BusinessWest included an article on senior living and featured Glenmeadow. A few weeks ago, Tim Cotz, president and CEO for the past 20 years at Glenmeadow, noticed one of his housekeepers wished an elderly resident ‘happy birthday’ on Facebook. Of course, he’s impressed with an octogenarian who is active on […]Read More