"We believe our name should reflect our heritage as well as our energy and ability to create opportunities for meaningful living," explains Integrace President and CEO Jaclyn Harris.
Eldersburg, Maryland (PRWEB) December 11, 2014
EMA, formerly Episcopal Ministries to the Aging, Inc. announced this week the company is officially changing its name to Integrace.
Integrace President and CEO, Jaclyn Harris, explains, "We believe our name should reflect our heritage as well as our energy and ability to create opportunities for meaningful living. As with any thriving organization in a changing market, we wanted to be deliberate about setting ourselves apart while fulfilling our mission."
Integrace is a unique, contemporary reflection of a bold new vision for the future. We will continue to be a leader in creating engaging communities and expanding perceptions of what is possible by redefining healthy aging through innovative practices and personal choice.
Integrace is prepared to embark on its growth plan, with a focus on three priority areas:
- Repositioning its campuses to meet the changing needs of residents and broaden outreach into the greater community
- Enhancing collaborations and community partnerships to expand programming and services
- Transforming life’s journey with Alzheimer’s, dementia and other memory concerns
In addition to the corporate name change, Integrace has also changed the name of its retirement community in Talbot County, William Hill Manor. William Hill Manor’s new name is Bayleigh Chase. This new name points to the distinctive qualities of the community’s warmth, tradition, elegance and connection to the Chesapeake Bay.
Bayleigh Chase will continue to offer the same outstanding services with villas, cottages and apartment homes as well as quality care through its rehabilitative services, assisted living, and memory care (both outpatient and residential).
Integrace, a non-profit headquartered in Maryland, is a forward-thinking company of dynamic retirement communities, including Bayleigh Chase, Buckingham’s Choice, and Fairhaven. Each community offers a vibrant lifestyle through a variety of living options and services that include cottages and apartment homes as well as health and wellness programming such as yoga, rehabilitative care, personal trainers and on-site wellness centers.
Integrace is also a nationally recognized leader in the art of Alzheimer’s and dementia care and programming. Bayleigh Chase, Copper Ridge and The Copper Ridge Institute all are catalysts to a profound shift in how individuals live with, and relate to those living with, Alzheimer’s, dementia and other memory impairments. Through innovative programs, we focus on person-centered living, honoring the abilities, possibilities and authenticity of each person. For more information on Integrace please visit http://www.integrace.org.