WIndrose at Woburn Holds Grand Re-Opening Ceremony Celebrating New Management Under LCB Senior Living
On March 3rd, Windrose at Woburn (www.windrosewoburn.com), managed by LCB Senior Living and located at 857 Main Street in Woburn, MA, held a grand re-opening ceremony celebrating the community’s new ownership by Focus Healthcare Partners and new management and renovation under LCB.
Windrose at Woburn offers the area’s finest memory care assisted living for seniors.
Over 75 attendees gathered at the event, including LCB associates from the company home office and several of their communities, associates from local senior living and care providers, community investors, local media and town and state officials. Food and refreshments were served by chefs and culinary staff from several LCB communities, and a local harpist provided live music throughout the event. The ceremony featured several speakers, including State Rep. Jim Dwyer, Woburn City Council President Richard Haggerty, Vice President of M&T Bank Cindy Langer, President of LCB Senior Living Stephen Puliafico, and LCB’s Regional Director of Operations Susan Cwieka. The event concluded with a ribbon-cutting ceremony to signify the official re-opening and new management of the community.
LCB’s Reflections Memory Care program is a mindful and non-pharmacological approach to promoting dignity and quality of life for older adults with memory challenges, through compassionate care and a focus on the person, not the disease. Through varied and carefully planned programs, Reflections supports and enriches the experiences that residents have on a daily basis. They are encouraged them to be active members of society, to be independent, to express themselves through therapeutic engagement, and to flourish.
In addition to offering sophisticated cognitive programming and a range of daily services, Reflections is a secure, safe environment with its own common areas, walking courtyard, and other amenities. All programming was developed in collaboration with the Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital and Brigham & Women’s Hospital.
LCB Senior Living was founded in 2010 by CEO Michael Stoller and President Stephen Puliafico. Headquartered in Norwood, MA, LCB currently operates 22 communities throughout New England, and is developing several more.
L-R: Woburn City Council President Richard Haggerty, MA State Representative Jim Dwyer, Vice President of M&T Bank Cindy Langer, LCB Central Regional Director of Operations Susan Cwieka, and LCB President Stephen Puliafico