The new CEO of the Manse on Marsh in San Luis Obispo is Farron Bernhardt. Farron is a native of the Nevada/California area. He has spent over 30 years working with senior housing and assisted living facilities. Farron was also Vice President of the Nevada Housing and Neighborhood development in Nevada. One of his many attributes is his love for people. He is very talented and makes great decisions when it comes to the safety and security of the senior population. He states in the PRWeb.com article that he is ready for this challenge in his life. He is ready to take on the administrative portion of the Manse in the Arroyo Grande, Paso Robles area.
The Manse is winning many different awards for being excellent. The gold star and the best facility awards are two of the recent attributes they have acquired. The facility houses both Assisted Living individuals and Independent Living seniors. The only differences in the two people are their needs. Assisted living seniors may need a small amount of observation or assistance with activities of daily living.
When taking a tour of the Manse on Marsh facility you will be able to check out the independent living houses and the Atrium. The Atrium houses both one bedroom apartments and studios. Each apartment comes with a fireplace and living area. Cable and electricity are included monthly. A Microwave and small refrigerator make up the appliances in the kitchen. The rest is up to the client. It is usually a great thing when a person can decorate their own apartment. Window covers, bed covers, and rugs make up a room in many different styles.
The facility has several flats, suites, and cottages to choose. Private homes are also available for the independent person. The Manse offers the residents and their families restaurant style dining, laundry and maid service, dependable transportation, and beauty salon. Activities and social events are also part of the daily schedule. Go to a movie or snack at the Bistro that is part of the Manse and part of the life at the Manse. All things that TheManseBlog covers.