Here are just some of the advancements that would benefit residents, team members and the greater Springfield community. We cannot undertake these initiatives without your support.
Our Phase 2 Renovations will nurture the lifestyle that our residents have come to count on. In addition to improving the overall connection between social and living spaces, renovations will also include a new bar venue, upgraded pool, optimized fitness areas, new dining destinations and outdoor experiences. Enhancements to the pool and wellness spaces will allow adaptability no matter what level of physical need.
Team members Education
Our employees are very important to us and to the residents who live at Glenmeadow. Ensuring they can continue to grow professionally and support our residents with any of their needs is what makes Glenmeadow the best community in Western Massachusetts. Donations to this fund support general educational offerings and employees who are pursuing ongoing education.
Through Glenmeadow at Home, older adults may continue to live at the place they call home and our services will come to them whether it be Longmeadow, or throughout Greater Springfield.
Honoring our mission to provide a home to those who outlive their financial resources, resident scholarships allow them to remain in their home at Glenmeadow without having to move out and/or rely on government funding.
Providing unique programs tailored to those with dementia and cognitive deficits is very important to us. Creating a safe environment with the least restrictions is proven to improve the quality of life for many older adults suffering from dementia. We also want to ensure that all of our team members have training in dementia care to help those living at Glenmeadow. These programs can be very expensive, as is reconfiguring existing common areas to be dementia-friendly.
Donations made to Glenmeadow can be designated to a particular area, or should you give an unrestricted gift, we will allocate the donation to where it is needed most.