The Manse on Marsh recently received the Caring Stars award for its excellence in memory care and assisted living services. The assisted living facility also bagged the award because of its high customer ratings published by the Senior Care Directory. Requirements for an assisted living facility to receive a nomination for the Caring Stars award include having at least three customer reviews, an average of four-star review ratings, positive online reputation, and no negative customer reviews.
Since 2011, the Caring Stars awards have been playing a crucial role in the assisted living sector. In 2013, the National Mature Media Awards recognized the award program for aiding customers in choosing good assisted living facilities and for sharing accurate information about customer preferences with operators of these facilities. The Caring.com website publicizes facilities whose services are beneficial to the assisted living community. More information about assisted living facilities is available on Caring.com.
The Manse excels in assisted living care services because its services meet industrial standards. Headquartered in San Luis Obispo, CA, the facility uses an assisted living care planning system that combines services such as meal reminders, bathing and grooming, and medication management. The system relies on the patient’s care situation. It ensures that all patients receive and register for the help and care service that they need. The facility’s comprehensive planning system stands out because no other assisted living facility in the Central Coast uses such a system.
Basic amenities provided by the Manse, a renowned assisted living facility, include transportation, laundry services, personal help, quality dining, and spacious homes. The facility takes pride in providing older adults with quality care and state of the art residential amenities. Chris Skiff founded the Manse on Marsh with the goal of serving the assisted living sector. Chris is a UCLA graduate who started developing affordable residential units for older adults when he was 23 years old. His facility relies on the leadership of executives such as Helena Berardi, the network development director, Juan Busby, the facilities director, Kathy Hermosillo, the wellness director, and Oscar Buenrostro, the activities director.