Live, Grow and Thrive. Three words that describe what we want every elder to experience in a Green House home. Three words that reflect the opportunity to learn, experience, and make positive developments in our lives. Something I believe we all want to encounter. So, it shouldn’t come as any surprise that the same could be said of the Green House model itself…we are always looking for ways to improve our product.
That was just one of the thoughts expressed by Green House Chief Operating Officer, Susan Frazier during a recent interview on the program, Senior Matters with Nadir Wright. “We will keep evolving this model. It’s one where there is on-going learning and growing, so that we can lead—or as I call it, a revolution to radically challenge and change traditional long term care.”
In fact, the host of the program referred to the Green House Project as a “beacon of hope and change.”
As you may know, the elder is at the center of everything we do. In a Green House home, you matter as an individual. As Susan explained, “It’s all about choice, power and control for the elder.”
Listen to the complete interview and find out why “words matter”, and the three components that are critical elements for the Green House home.