December 16, 2022
This past year has been a year full of change at The Fremont Senior Living. Those changes have pushed us outside of our comfort zones and helped us all grow together. 2022 has been the first year that we are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel in regard COVID-19.
We have a relatively new department head team and one of the main focuses this year was to stabilize staffing and improve employee morale. The last half of this year we have seen great improvement on staff turnover. All of our department heads have stepped up to make sure their department is staffed, and all other departments are too.
It’s all the little contributions that make The Fremont the great place it is. When we had a server out sick, Terri our Executive Director was in the dining room serving our residents. Melanie, Wellness Director, during her manager-on-duty weekend, washed dishes to help culinary during lunch rush. Tiffany, Memory Care Director, came in at 3:00 am to cover a shift. Chris, Plant Operations Director, was our very own Santa. Malynda, Resident Services Director, revamped all the events and made them special for our residents.
Along with the 45 Days of Holiday Cheer, we will be celebrating the holidays with Spirit Week. Kicking off on Monday December 19th with Plaid Day and ending on December 25th with PJ Day.
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.
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