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LeadingAge Ziegler 2023 Top Older Adult Nonprofits Listings Highlight 18 CHHSM Members

By Barb Powell | November 13, 2023

The LZ 200, the annual report of the largest, most complex nonprofit older adult living organizations, recently was released, and this year’s listings includes 18 CHHSM members. The report, the 20th edition, was developed when LeadingAge — the United States’ largest association of not-for-profit aging service providers — and Ziegler — a top leading underwriter…

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Thrash-Sall Welcomed as Horizon House CEO

By CHHSM-Member Ministry Contribution | November 13, 2023

Horizon House, based in Seattle, recently welcomed Erica Thrash-Sall as its new CEO, succeeding Mike Ostrem, who retired July 31 after 10 years of outstanding service. Thrash-Sall brings deep experience with senior living communities, most recently as executive director of Presbyterian Villages in Michigan. “Erica brings over 15 years of strategic leadership with a dedication…

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Ostrem Named CEO at UCC-related Horizon House in Seattle

By CHHSM Staff | September 13, 2019

Horizon House, an older adult community in downtown Seattle, has a new chief executive officer. Mike Ostrem, previously Horizon’s House’s chief financial officer, began his new role as CEO Sept. 11. Ostrem succeeds Sara McVey, who left Horizon House to become the CEO of Sequoia Living, a multi-site nonprofit organization in San Francisco. “CHHSM wishes…

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Beatitudes Campus Partners with Horizon House, United Church Homes to Bring Comfort to Persons with Dementia

By Barb Powell | July 10, 2018

“What is the most rewarding is when you get someone comfortable and they tell you that they love you.” These words, from a staff member at United Church of Christ-related Trinity Community — a United Church Homes senior living community in Beavercreek, Ohio — were expressed during a recent accreditation survey at the community as…

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CHHSM Program Gives Residents a ‘Passport to Travel’

By Barb Powell | July 5, 2018

When Jan and Dave Braby arrived at the United Church of Christ’s Horizon House in Seattle as part of CHHSM’s Passport to Travel program, they were greeted by staff members in green and blue sports attire. The Brabys — long-time Green Bay Packers fans — had arrived on a Thursday, and the Seahawks were playing…

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Horizon House Inspires Community to Rethink Aging

By CHHSM Staff | November 16, 2016

It’s a scene from a typical college campus: a dozen students gathered around a lecturer – coffee cups in hand. Questions fly back and forth as debates break out, and a rich dialogue ensues. In this setting, the students are residents of CHHSM member Horizon House, a life plan community in Seattle, Washington. The lecturer…

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Horizon House Calls New Director of Culture and Care

By CHHSM-Member Ministry Contribution | November 7, 2016

Horizon House, a UCC-related retirement community in Seattle, Wash., has hired Scott Hulet as Director of Culture & Care. He will be responsible for inspiring and facilitating a culture of care and a hospitality-based approach to our delivery of clinical care services. Hulet has spent much of his career in senior living, including managing skilled nursing facilities,…

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CHHSM Members Lead Effort to Go Green

By CHHSM Staff | April 15, 2016

Three years ago, California saw some of its driest days. As lake beds sat empty, animals faced endangerment and water supply dwindled, residents at Pilgrim Place in Claremont, California, took action. “Our driving force is the commitment of residents to live more sustainably with greater environmental consciousness and lower carbon impact because of our shared…

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Horizon House Releases Possibility Papers

By CHHSM-Member Ministry Contribution | January 14, 2016

Horizon House, known for its forward thinking approach to senior living, has added “possibility papers” to its communications. Like white papers, they provide useful information for consumers and colleagues on a variety of creative aging topics. Click here to view Horizon House’s current possibility papers: – “Good & Good for You, Healthy Eating Supports a…

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Members Work Together To Put Comfort First

By CHHSM Staff | December 14, 2015

Two CHHSM members formed a partnership this year to provide maximum comfort for residents with advanced dementia. Horizon House in Seattle wanted to fine-tune its individualized care. The continuing care retirement community reached out to Phoenix-based Beatitudes Campus, also a CCRC and creator of Comfort Matters, a nationally recognized dementia research and education initiative. “We’re…

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