May 11, 2021
Cassie Tweten spoke on behalf of Arrow Senior Living about how the company adapted to COVID-19 to keep engaged with prospects and mitigate move-outs.
For instance, Arrow Senior Living spent last year cultivating and deepening relationships with prospects — and now, as demand is beginning to return to the industry, the St. Louis-based company is starting to reap the rewards, according to Cassie Tweten, vice president of sales.
“When everybody got really quiet, we actually got really loud,” Tweten said Thursday during an Argentum webinar on lead generation, which was moderated by SHN Business Reporter Chuck Sudo…..“People were staying home and not referring anyone,” Tweten said. “So, we put a lot of energy into helping make our prospects and their families happy.”
The Fremont Senior Living in Springfield, MO offers senior villas, independent senior apartments, assisted living, and memory care with a variety of services and a range of floor plan options. Amenities include restaurant dining, 24-hour bistro, concierge service, housekeeping, events and entertainment, personal care, transportation services, and more. Centrally located less than two miles from Mercy Hospital and Cox Medical Center South with convenient access to major shopping centers, including Farmer’s Park, James River Town Center, Primrose Marketplace, and the Battlefield Mall.
January 27, 2023
Dementia is an umbrella term for loss of memory and other thinking abilities severe enough to interfere with daily life. When someone is diagnosed with dementia, at least two parts of the brain are dying. Dementia is progressive, chronic, and terminal, which creates many challenges. Relationships continue to be vital to families, regardless of a […]
January 6, 2023
Every year Arrow’s personal and professional development coach, Michael Buckley, asks everyone to pick a “Word of the Year.” The goal is to look inward and consider what we each need more of and what might improve our lives. Sometimes we need more focus or clarity. Sometimes we need more compassion. Sometimes we just need […]