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LEXINGTON MEDIA ALERT: Trent Village $9M Grand Re-Opening Affordable Living for Seniors – 10 a.m. Monday 5.1.17 – Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) welcomes Partners, Stakeholders, Colleagues, Friends – Ribbon-Cutting – Public Comments – Community Tours – Photo and Interview Opportunities

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 04/29/2017 by @CincinnatiPR

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$9M Trent Village Grand Re-Opening Monday 5.1.17

DOWNLOAD: PDF Trent Village of Lexington $9M Grand Re-Opening Monday May 1 – Press Release from ERS

Affordable Living by ERS welcomes partners, stakeholders, colleagues and friends

Grand Re-Opening: Ribbon-Cutting, Community Tours, with a Blessing from Above.

Trent Village: 41 one-bedroom, 13 two-bedroom apartments in completely renovated buildings.

$9M in Construction, Redevelopment and New Infrastructure also delivers new Community Center.

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[LEXINGTON, Ky. ~ April 28, 2017] Monday, May 1, marks the beginning of a $9 million new chapter for an old friend, Trent Village on Trent Boulevard, now known as Trent Village Affordable Senior Living by ERS (Episcopal Retirement Services).

We welcome Trent Village as the newest member of the ERS family of Cincinnati,” says Laura Lamb, president and CEO of ERS (www.episcopalretirement.com).

Ms. Lamb will be joined by local, corporate, executive and management officials from Trent Village, ERS and a host of Trent Village stakeholders scheduled to speak at the 10 a.m. event: Kentucky Housing Corp., Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, HOPE of Kentucky, Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing, Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati and Cincinnati general contractor/developer The Model Group.

Megan Noll Photography

Laura Lamb, ERS

The Honorable Mayor Jim Gray (Lexington-Fayette) will lead the remarks. An invocation will be offered by Rev. Darren Elin, Spiritual Services Coordinator with Affordable Living by ERS.

Following the ribbon-cutting ceremony, the Rev. Canon Elise Johnstone of the Episcopal Diocese of Lexington will offer a blessing.

Trent Village offers 41 affordable one-bedroom and 13 two-bedroom apartments for qualifying residents who meet income and age requirements.

Nestled in a campus-style setting, the new Trent Village includes a new community center with apartments featuring universal design features, open kitchens and modern appliances.

The mission of Affordable Living by ERS: “We believe that our older generation deserves to live with dignity and comfort in a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment, no matter their financial situation,” said Mrs. Lamb.

That’s why we bring many services such as social service coordination, transportation and activities to many of our communities such as Trent Village.  It truly enriches the lives of the elders we serve.”

Contact:

Mr. Bryan Reynolds

Integrated Marketing Director, ERS

(513) 979-2243 breynolds@erslife.org

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Trent Village Affordable Senior Living by Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS), Lexington

$9M Trent Village Affordable Senior Living Grand ReOpening Monday 5.1.17 in Lexington starring ERS Episcopal Retirement Services

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the @CincinnatiPR Minute for Thursday, February 18, 2016: ERH is now ERS, Episcopal Retirement Services

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , on 02/18/2016 by @CincinnatiPR

ERH, $110 Million and the future of senior care: Episcopal Retirement Homes celebrates 65 years in 2016, offering person-centered care

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 01/26/2016 by @CincinnatiPR
Doug Spitler CEO of Episcopal Retirement Homes, featured in The Cincinnati Enquirer --> http://www.cincinnati.com/story/money/2016/01/22/senior-housing-provider-invest-110m-change-name/78999242/

Doug Spitler CEO of Episcopal Retirement Homes, featured in The Cincinnati Enquirer –> http://www.cincinnati.com/story/money/2016/01/22/senior-housing-provider-invest-110m-change-name/78999242/

Press Release – ERH $110 Million and the Future of Senior Care – Press Release from Episcopal Retirement Homes – 1.26.16

Online: ERH Press Release on Cincinnati.com

ERH, $110 Million, and the Future of Senior Care

Episcopal Retirement Homes (ERH) is a much bigger player in this market than you might think. After 65 years of compassionate, quality care, a massive, regional expansion campaign ensues.

Renovating and adding innovative services, building a regional network.

ERH covers the gamut: high-end senior living to low-income apartments at the YMCA.

Person-Centered Care: at the heart of it all, the ERH way.

[CINCINNATI, Ohio ~ Jan. 26, 2016] Doug Spitler has heard the buzzwords, call it jargon, bantered about forever: taking care of seniors is a “people-first business,” requires a “people-friendly” environment, woven into a “people-centric” tapestry of care and concern.

We put our money where our elders are,” said the president and CEO of a fast-growing senior-services organization expanding throughout the Tri-State area, Episcopal Retirement Homes (ERH).

And today, in 2016 numbers, that’s thousands of seniors in our care, to whom we are committing $110 million.”

In the big picture, ERH projects its 27-community portfolio to grow by almost 40 percent over the next several years with the addition, construction and/or expansion of another 10 senior-care communities.

ERH (www.episcopalretirement.com), founded in conjunction with the Episcopal Diocese in Cincinnati in 1951, has grown far beyond its Episcopal roots to embrace persons of all faiths.

Celebrating its 65th year in business in 2016, this (formerly) small Cincinnati not-for-profit has grown to a network of senior-care communities and services located across Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.

This story is about the future of health care, which is starting now, for a fast-growing segment of American society – our elders, who are living longer and are more active than ever before,” said Spitler, “and it’s also about a Cincinnati senior-services agency – steeped in faith, history, tradition and experience – investing  more than $110 million to lead the way.”

ERH envisions a comprehensive approach to the future of health care, a powerful palette of partnerships including for-profit and non-profit organizations, hospital systems, real estate developers, government agencies, and even other competing retirement communities.

This innovative approach covers upscale retirement communities, home health services, and the fast-growing affordable housing market for lower-income seniors, plus a mix of social services to cover everything else in between.

The $110 million expansion campaign is targeting:

  • The $23 million renovation of the flagship ERH community, the upscale Marjorie P. Lee as well as Deupree House in Cincinnati;
  • A $17 million expansion and renovation campaign partnering with another non-profit senior services organization, also in Cincinnati;
  • An average of almost $10 million to be spent on seven other affordable living communities throughout Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana such as a complete renovation of the top floors above a YMCA called Central Parkway Place ($11.8M), Thomaston Woods ($10.9M), Knowlton Place ($10.7M), Marlowe Court, ($10.5M), Green Hills ($9.8M), Trent Village ($8.8M) and Walnut Court ($7.7M).

In addition, ERH has led in the formation of the Post-Acute Care Network (PACN), partnering with other retirement communities and a home healthcare company and offering hospital systems and insurance providers a cost-efficient solution for quality outcomes across a wide array of rehabilitation scenarios, and already participating in the Center for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) national bundled payment pilot program.

Since 1951, ERH has dedicated itself to improving the lives of older adults through innovative environments, and in-home and community-based services. ERH owns, manages or is currently developing 27 senior living communities, including two premier communities, Deupree House and Marjorie P. Lee, and 25 affordable housing communities.

ERH also operates Living Well Senior Solutions, a service that provides guidance to elders and their families on issues related to aging, Deupree Meals On Wheels, and Parish Health Ministry, which supports church 77 health ministries through advocacy, education and wellness programs.

For more information about ERH, please contact Mr. Bryan Reynolds, Integrated Marketing Director at (513) 979-2243 or breynolds@erhinc.com. For media inquiries, please contact Andy Hemmer at (513) 604-5428 or andy@andyhemmer.com.

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Episcopal Retirement Homes ERH in Cincinnati Enquirer Saturday 1.23.16 Andy Hemmer PR

Episcopal Retirement Homes ERH in Cincinnati Enquirer Saturday 1.23.16 Jump Page PR by Andy Hemmer

 

The $20M Makeover of Majorie P. Lee, featuring Episcopal Retirement Homes (ERH) ~ Hyde Park legend in senior care, flagship upscale facility for ERH, to expand privacy, short-term and long-term nursing options

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , on 09/08/2015 by @CincinnatiPR
tax to The Cincinnati @BusinessCourier and Erin Caproni @ErinCinciBiz ~~> http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2015/09/04/exclusive-hyde-park-senior-community-plans-20m.html

thx to The Cincinnati @BusinessCourier and Erin Caproni @ErinCinciBiz ~~> http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2015/09/04/exclusive-hyde-park-senior-community-plans-20m.html

Press Release – For Immediate Release: The $20M Makeover of Marjorie P. Lee – Press Release from Episcopal Retirement Homes – 9.8.15

The $20 Million Makeover of Marjorie P. Lee

Hyde Park legend in senior care, flagship upscale facility for Episcopal Retirement Homes, to expand privacy, short- and long-term nursing options with major redesign

Extensive research with residents, families, staff, experts determines strategy.

New, phased construction won’t start until September of next year (2016).

The Marjorie P. Lee Retirement Community on Shaw Avenue in Hyde Park, slated for $20M makeover --> http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2015/09/04/exclusive-hyde-park-senior-community-plans-20m.html

The Marjorie P. Lee Retirement Community on Shaw Avenue in Hyde Park, slated for $20M makeover — http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2015/09/04/exclusive-hyde-park-senior-community-plans-20m.html

[CINCINNATI, Ohio ~ September 8, 2015] At the Majorie P. Lee Retirement Community (MPL) in Hyde Park, owned by Episcopal Retirement Homes (ERH), a $20 million makeover is in the works for late next year (2016), marking the latest of many milestones for the upscale east side senior living facility.

The renovation campaign will be partitioned into several waves of renovations, all focused on the Person-Centered Care philosophy that permeates ERH (www.episcopalretirement.com).

Construction will start in September 2016 and conclude in three years, updating the Shaw Avenue landmark built in 1963 and most recently updated and expanded in 2010.

As people live longer, many folks are coming to us later in life, when there is an acute need for more services, particularly on the healthcare side. We want to make sure we can meet their increasing healthcare needs, while ensuring they still maintain their independence and lifestyle choices as much as possible,” said Doug Spitler, President and CEO of ERH. “And the research has shown that the definition of independence varies greatly, depending upon the individual.”

Both Charles Lee and his bride, Marjorie Lee, would be proud of the commitment we have undertaken to continue to see their vision through, that MPL would offer the absolute best senior care in Greater Cincinnati,” Spitler added.

The sixth master plan for MPL, approved by the board of directors last month and already shared with residents, will:

  • Expand the MPL service offerings by adding a suite of memory and long-term care options;
  • Establish “Centers of Excellence” for selected rehabilitation therapies and provide more short-term complex care expertise;
  • Ensure quality designs for comfortable living in residents’ homes.

We’re improving the lives of our residents, while strengthening Marjorie P. Lee’s position as a leader in our industry, and continuing to evolve to best meet the future needs of our residents,” said Laura Lamb, Executive Vice President of ERH and the person spearheading the master-planning process this time around.

People are coming to us older than ever. They’re more frail, and needing more services.

“This redesign and renovation campaign will enable us to add more private rooms and provide long-term care needs for people who are not cognitively impaired, while addressing demands for short-term rehab and dementia-assisted living.

The line between independent and assisted living is becoming increasingly blurred. Our job is to understand that transition, and provide residential living options better than anyone in the market,” Lamb added.

http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2015/09/04/exclusive-hyde-park-senior-community-plans-20m.html

The Marjorie P. Lee Retirement Community on Shaw Avenue in Hyde Park, slated for $20M makeover — http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2015/09/04/exclusive-hyde-park-senior-community-plans-20m.html

Since 1951, ERH has dedicated itself to improving the lives of older adults through innovative environments, and in-home and community-based services.

ERH owns, manages or is currently developing 27 senior living communities, including two premier facilities, Deupree House and Marjorie P. Lee, and 25 affordable housing communities. ERH also operates an aging life care service called Living Well Senior Solutions, Deupree Meals on Wheels and Parish Health Ministry, which supports church health ministries through advocacy, education and wellness programs.

Contact:

Mr. Bryan Reynolds

ERH Integrated Marketing Director

(513) 272-5555 ext. 4288

breynolds@erhinc.com

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Press Release on Cincinnati.com: http://local.cincinnati.com/share/story/224610

Press Release on Cincinnati.com: http://local.cincinnati.com/share/story/224610

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