Our Activities Director, Sue H., and Residence Director, Julie K., took their reindeer and sleigh around Inver Glen Senior Living on Christmas Eve to spread holiday joy and cheer to our amazing residents! They also handed out sweets donated by our friends in the Hestermann family. The fun visits and tasty treats were the perfect way to brighten everyone’s day! 🎅🦌
On Veterans Day, Inver Glen Senior Living and St. Croix Hospice made sure to recognize, honor, and thank all the brave men and women who served our country. Mickey D., a family member of one of our residents, kindly donated a quilt for a random drawing. Thank you so much, Mickey, and congratulations to Inver Glen’s Richard C. on his new patriotic quilt!
Inver Glen Senior Living received a very kind and thoughtful letter of gratitude from the granddaughter of one of our residents:
“I want to thank you so much for all you are doing to keep the residents at Inver Glen safe and for providing us with updates. Like many people in the country, we are experiencing difficult and challenging times. However, for you and your staff, these challenges are greater than most of us can imagine.
The efforts the Inver Glen team continues making to keep everyone in the community safe, including themselves, while trying to balance the importance of each person’s family and friends, does not go unnoticed by our family.
We especially appreciate your efforts to keep love and a sense of family present in our grandmother’s life while we can’t physically be there. We both understand and respect the choices you must make during these times, and for your staff to go above and beyond for your residents ensures our (very social) grandma is supported.
Thank you to the associates who have cared for her, checked on her, Facetimed with her, made her special books, and shared pictures of our family with her while we are not able to. On behalf of our family, we can’t tell you how thankful and appreciative we are for all that you do every day for our loved ones. Stay well!” -Amber M.
At Inver Glen, we take pride in focusing on the health and well-being of every resident, every day. We’re so happy to hear when it shows and couldn’t be more proud of our dedicated, compassionate associates. Thank you so much for the heartwarming letter, Amber!
On Monday evening, September 30, 2019, Inver Glen celebrated its 10th anniversary!
We had an outside street dance with live music from the Inver Hills Community Band. We had free food and beverages. Many former employees who helped open our building in 2009 also attended. Tenants, staff, and their families enjoyed a very warm day in late September!
Activity Director and ordained minister Sue Hastings hosted a 7 a.m. Sunrise Service for our Inver Glen tenants and families. The Inver Glen Choir also sang ??
Residence Director Julie Kelly, Activity Director Sue Hastings, and Head Chef Tom Howlett and our dietary staff shared a special Easter breakfast with Inver Glen tenants. The perfect way to start the morning! Happy Easter ??
Heather Kunz won our Valentine’s Day giveaway this year! She has worked at Inver Glen Senior Living since we opened in 2009. Heather is a team leader and preceptor in our memory care unit. Her leadership makes our unit extra special.