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Lexington @HeraldLeader aka Kentucky.com on Trent Village by @ERSCincy ~ reporter Beth Musgrave @HLCityHall ~ print version

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , on 06/04/2017 by @CincinnatiPR

 

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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REFRESH YOUR SOUL 2017: Parish Health Ministry at Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) presents premier Alzheimer’s/Dementia conference in the Midwest, anchored by John O’Leary March 13-14 2017 Cintas Center at Xavier University #Cincinnati, also starring Loretta Anne Woodward Veney and Teepa Snow ~ ‘Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Overcoming the Struggles and Living Inspired’ ~~ https://www.episcopalretirement.com/parish-health-ministry/refresh-your-soul-conference

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Refresh Your Soul 2017 from Parish Health Ministry at Episcopal Retirement Services ERS John OLeary Cintas Center Xavier University March 13 14 2017

Burnt beyond recognition from an accident at home with gasoline, clinging for life in a hospital at age 9, John O’Leary’s mother asked him if he wanted to live or die.

O’Leary remembers thinking only how much trouble he was going to get in with his dad.

“The only other thing I was thinking was. ‘Do I have the strength to take the next step in my journey?” says O’Leary, now married, a best-selling author and inspirational speaker.

O’Leary is also the keynote speaker for the 2017 Refresh Your Soul Conference, presented annually by the Parish Health Ministry of Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS), an event expanding in exponential fashion this year with a two-day symposium in partnership with the Dementia Care Summit at Xavier University.

To be held at The Cintas Center March 13 and 14, the 2017 Refresh Your Soul Conference, the primary fundraising vehicle for Parish Health Ministry, promises to be as insightful, thought-provoking, informative and fun as ever.

A longtime service of ERS, Parish Health Ministry serves as the ecumenical outreach between ERS (http://www.episcopalretirement.com) and 70+ churches across Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.

Mr. O’Leary will be sharing his inspirational life story and buoyant messages to a crowd of caregivers and health care professionals seeking to understand more about life-changing conditions such as Alzheimer’s and Dementia.

He will be joined by renowned industry speakers Loretta Anne Woodward Veney and Teepa Snow; Ms. Snow spoke at the Refresh Your Soul 2016 event last year.

Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Overcoming the Struggles and Living Inspired” is the theme for 2917; day two is the annual Xavier Dementia Care Summit. Refresh Your Soul tickets are on sale for $69.

Contact Hours are available for continuing education and professional accreditation purposes (RN/LPN, Social Worker, Nursing Home Administrator, etc.).

Ms. Veney is an author and well-known speaker who has motivated, taught and trained audiences throughout the U.S. and Europe. She is the founder and principal consultant of Superior Training Solutions, LLC.

Ms. Veney has delivered numerous presentations on Dementia and elder care planning for the Alzheimer’s Association, support groups, and memory care communities.

Loretta chronicles her nine-year journey with her Mom’s Dementia as their parent/child roles have reversed in her book, “Being My Mom’s Mom – A Journey through Dementia from a Daughter’s Perspective.” Their journey has been faithful, funny, heartbreaking and hopeful.

Teepa Snow is one of America’s leading educators on Dementia. Working as a Registered Occupational Therapist for more than 30 years, her experience has led her to develop Positive Approach™ to Care techniques used by families and professionals working or living with dementia throughout the world.

She has an independent practice as well as clinical appointments with Duke University and University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Teepa is an enlightening, witty, entertaining, and energetic speaker.

Registration, exhibitors and continental breakfast for Refresh Your Soul 2017 starts at 8 a.m. Luncheon presentations will be offered by Mr. O’Leary and Ms. Veney, entitled “ON FIRE: The 7 Choices to Ignite a Radically Inspired Life” and “Lifting the Spirit of Caregivers,” respectively.

For additional information about the Refresh Your Soul 2017 Conference please visit: http://www.episcopalretirement.com/parish-health-ministry/refresh-your-soul-conference.

To help meet the long-term goal of Parish Health Ministry becoming self-supporting, this event is the primary fundraiser for the ministry. One hundred percent of the proceeds from this conference will benefit ERS Parish Health Ministry.

Parish Health Ministry, a program of Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS), assists congregations of all denominations throughout Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton and Southeastern Ohio develop or enhance their own faith-based, community-centered nurse/health ministry. Parish Health Ministry was founded in 1998 and currently serves 70 congregations across southern Ohio.

Since 1951, ERS has dedicated itself to improving the lives of older adults through innovative, quality living environments and in-home and community-based services delivered by experienced and compassionate professionals. For more information about ERS please visit www.episcopalretirement.com.

Contact:
Mr. Bryan Reynolds, Director of Integrated Marketing (513) 979-2243 breynolds@erslife.org

Press Contact:
Mr. Andy Hemmer (513) 604-5428 andy@andyhemmer.com

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#CINCINNATI @ENQUIRER #Sunday #Business: new ERS CEO Laura Lamb, ‘CEO Chat’ – Sunday, January 29, 2017

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , on 01/31/2017 by @CincinnatiPR

 

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link to Cincinnati Enquirer story Sunday Edition Business Section lede story - http://www.cincinnati.com/story/money/2017/01/27/ceo-chat-strong-role-models-forged-path-laura-lamb/97047612/

link to Cincinnati Enquirer story Sunday Edition Business Section lede story – http://www.cincinnati.com/story/money/2017/01/27/ceo-chat-strong-role-models-forged-path-laura-lamb/97047612/

RIP dr. henry j. heimlich, 96, of #cincinnati, inventor of the heimlich maneuver: official family statement, press release

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , on 12/17/2016 by @CincinnatiPR

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For Release:  Immediate

Contact:  Bryan Reynolds, Integrated Marketing Director – Episcopal Retirement Services
513-979-2243, breynolds@erslife.org

Dr. Henry Heimlich, world famous inventor of the Heimlich Maneuver, passes away at 96

His technique for treating choking victims saved thousands of lives

Cincinnati, Ohio, December 17, 2016 – Dr. Henry J. Heimlich, 96, passed away earlier today at Christ Hospital in Cincinnati, after complications from a massive heart attack suffered on Monday in his home at Deupree House in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.

His family has issued the following statement:

“We are saddened by the loss of our father, Dr. Henry J. Heimlich, who died on December 17, 2016 at the age of 96.

Dad was a hero to many people around the world for a simple reason: He helped save untold numbers of lives through the innovation of common-sense procedures and devices. But he was not only a physician and medical inventor, he was also a humanitarian and a loving and devoted son, husband, father, and grandfather.

“From the time Dad began his medical career in New York City, to the time he practiced as a thoracic surgeon in Cincinnati, he was committed to coming up with simple, effective ideas that helped save lives and significantly improved people’s quality of life.

He grew up the son of a social worker in New York State, which deeply influenced his drive to help other people. He loved the ocean and served in the US Navy during World War II, volunteering for extra-hazardous duty, which led to him to working as a doctor behind enemy lines in the Gobi Desert of China. Later, he named his small sailboat, The Repose, after the hospital ship he spent time on after serving in China.

“Most know of Dad’s name for the Heimlich Maneuver, the method he devised to save people who are choking. The “maneuver,” as he called it, not only has saved countless lives, it allows anyone, even children, to save the life of a choking victim. But as his memoir, Heimlich’s Maneuvers explains, Dad accomplished much more.

“As a young surgeon, Dad was the first American to devise and perform a total organ replacement. Later, he came up with a device that saved thousands of soldiers’ lives during the Vietnam War. The Heimlich Chest Drain Valve is still used worldwide for patients undergoing chest surgery.

Dad was firm in his convictions and passionate for his causes. He didn’t play politics well. Instead, he was single-minded in his quest to find better ways to save lives. Dad dreamed that anything was possible in the field of medicine, even when critics said otherwise.”

The family requests that those who wish to honor our father’s legacy make a contribution to Heimlich Heroes, a nonprofit organization that teaches children around the world how to save a life with the Heimlich Maneuver.  For more information on the life of Dr. Heimlich or to make a donation to Heimlich Heroes, please visit: http://henryheimlich.com.

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Page 1 (of 2) Official Press Release and Family Statement from http://henryheimlich.com

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#FF @ERSCincy, @CincinnatiYMCA and SCPA open student art gallery at Central Parkway Place, new affordable housing for seniors from Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) at Central Parkway YMCA in Downtown Cincinnati

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , , , on 12/16/2016 by @CincinnatiPR
thx to Local 12 and FOX19 for stopping by the new SCPA student art gallery at Central Parkway Place, new affordable housing for seniors at the Central Parkway YMCA in Downtown Cincinnati ~~ http://bit.ly/CentralParkwayPlace

thx to Local 12 and FOX19 for stopping by the new SCPA student art gallery at Central Parkway Place, new affordable housing for seniors at the Central Parkway YMCA in Downtown Cincinnati ~~ http://bit.ly/CentralParkwayPlace

MEDIA ALERT: SCPA students, teachers partner with ERS (Episcopal Retirement Services) to create new art gallery at Central Parkway Place ~~ UNVEILING TOMORROW Tuesday Dec. 6, 2016 from 11:40 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. ~~ Central Parkway Place, Downtown Cincinnati

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , , on 12/05/2016 by @CincinnatiPR

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 from Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS)

For Immediate Release:  

SCPA and ERS to create student art gallery at Central Parkway Place, new affordable living community in downtown Cincy

WHO: 

Students, Teachers from SCPA, representatives of ERS and Central Parkway Place

WHAT:

Opening of first art gallery at Central Parkway Place, new affordable living community atop Central Parkway YMCA, run by Episcopal Retirement Services of Cincinnati (ERS)

WHEN:

11:40 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. – Tomorrow, Tuesday (Dec. 6, 2016)

INTERVIEWS and PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES with SCPA STUDENTS, TEACHERS, as well as OFFICIALS FROM ERS available ON-SITE

WHERE:

Central Parkway Place, 1105 Elm Street, Cincinnati 45202

ERS Contact:

Mr. Bryan Reynolds, ERS Director of Integrated Marketing 

(513) 979-2243 breynolds@erslife.org

Kathy Lind-Ison, vice president of affordable living for Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) in front of Central Parkway Place, built inside the Central Parkway YMCA in downtown Cincinnati.

Kathy Ison-Lind, vice president of affordable living for Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) in front of Central Parkway Place, built inside the Central Parkway YMCA in downtown Cincinnati.

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