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Assisted Living Facility The Manse on Marsh Wins Prestigious Award

Assisted living care facilities are some of unsung heroes in society due to their work with those in need to service that many can’t provide readily. That is why one of them has gotten their name in the spotlight this time around.

The Manse on Marsh assisted care facility was recently honored with being a recipient of the Caring Star award, an award that honors service excellence for those assisted living and memory care communities. Consumer ratings and reviews tend to be a major factor in deciding which community will get the award as part of a Senior Care Directory. In order for a community to be considered for such an honor, they would have to have received three consumer rating reviews over the course of one standard year, earn at least one five start review in that time and have no negative reviews in that period that would go unresolved. The Manse not only met these expectations but exceeded them, having several five star reviews for its all time record.

The Manse on Marsh is located in downtown San Luis Obispo, in the Arroyo Grande valley area in California and utilizes an industry-established Assisted Care Living planning system. Some of the services that are provided to the community include efficient medication management, frequent meal reminders and bathing and grooming, all of which are determined through a point system. The point system helps out by ensuring that each individual resident gets the services and assisted that fit their living situation and so that they will only pay for those services and nothing else.

In addition to these services, The Manse also provides good quality amenities such as spacious flats in a hometown setting, private homes, restaurant quality open dining, easy and convenient transportation, social activities for entertainment, maid and laundry services and a nurse on staff to attend to those elderly and sick residents who are of in dire need.

Five Star Award Goes to The Manse on the Marsh

When senior citizens in San Luis Obispo, Arroyo Grande and surrounding communities are looking for an assisted living facility, they have nothing but the best to choose from. The Manse on the Marsh serves California with a premier assisted living community that has recently won the Caring Star Award.

The Caring Star Award is a prestigious award honoring living facilities and memory care communities that care for your loved ones day in and day out. Reviews are from residents and families on Care.com who evaluate the results and qualifies the facilities that are eligible. Here are the three cirteria:

1. Earned at least one 5-star review between Dec. 1, 2014 – Sep. 30, 2015,
2. Had an overall average rating greater than 4 stars.
3. Any negative reviews are resolved.

This is a Care Planning System that has been nationally recognized and was established to rate the whole industry.. The services provided at The Manse extend beyond the average requirement and include medication management, meal reminders, bathing and grooming and other personal services based on the resident’s individualized needs.

The patient only pays for the services that they require. The Manse is the only assisted living facility in the Arroyo Grande facilities to offer this comprehensive care system, and the patients love it.

In order to receive the 2016 Caring Star, KCTV channel 5 reports that The Manse on the Marsh actually received five 5-star reviews during the past year! This meant that the facility maintained an average review of 5 stars, and you can’t get any better than that. It’s no wonder that the community has been honored with the Caring Star Award 2016.

With their second Caring Star Award, the communities can see that The Manse has received recognition as an innovative and compassionate assisted living facility. Logan Sexton, Director and CEO of The Manse for 14 years, receives much credit for encouraging the staff and promoting this amazing community. Keep informed about where The Manse on Marsh goes from here on Twitter.