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A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Welcome November!

Welcome home to all our snowbirds who’ve just returned from their northern summer homes. You’ve been missed and we eagerly look forward to having you back with us in Bonita Springs. The weather is absolutely spectacular. One can feel a sense of rejuvenation in the air; a certain sense of excitement that pairs nicely with […]

A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Staying Independent by Reducing Risk

If you’ve attended my monthly town hall meetings on a recurring basis, no doubt you have heard me harp on the value of outpatient therapy services; particularly since we’ve added our new physical/occupational clinic at Terraces. I also speak frequently on the challenges with long-term care delivery systems and how it is considered unsustainable in […]

A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Medicare Bundled Payment – Pay Attention or …?

By now, most of our residents have heard chatter regarding future changes to Medicare and specifically, implementation of a Bundled Payment. Currently the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) makes separate payments to providers for each of the individual services they furnish to beneficiaries for a single illness or course of treatment. Inclusive are […]

A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Your Voice Does Matter!

I think we can all agree that living in a community like The Terraces offers tremendous support through fellowship alone. Conversely, congregate living differs from residing in a single family home. Perhaps the greatest difference is making change or implementing new ideas and practices through a Resident Council, Committees and Managing Agent. But do you […]

A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Happy birthday to The Terraces!

July 1st represented three years to the day since The Terraces opened its doors as a premier retirement community in Bonita Springs, Florida. And, we celebrate another year of health and hospitality services to our residents. Although The Terraces remains a relatively young community, much has changed since the days of construction, dust, and muddy […]

Dueling chefs: Local chefs square off at Taste of Collier

Originally posted at NaplesNews.com. When Chef Billie Raper takes the stage Sunday at the annual Taste of Collier event, he’ll have 45 minutes to whip up something you could easily make in your own home for lunch. Something on the lighter side with 10 or less ingredients. Raper, the executive chef at The Terraces at […]

Seniors Go For The Gold At Southwest Florida Retirement Community

Paintball. Bocce. Discus. Wii ™ Bowling. They might sound like events you would find at a fraternity picnic or high school field day. In this case, however, while the competition is just as good, the participants will have a few more years of experience on the field of play. That’s because for the second time […]

The Terraces At Bonita Springs Names New Director Of Sales & Marketing

The Terraces at Bonita Springs announces the promotion of Amy English to the position of director of sales & marketing for the community. English had been a sales counselor there over the last three years, starting during the pre-opening sales phase. In her new role, English is responsible for leading all sales and marketing efforts […]

Nutrition for Seniors Is Mind, Body, Spirit for Veteran Food and Beverage Director

For Gerry Fuselli, there’s barely a life’s memory that doesn’t involve feeding others. At age 5, he was already cooking breakfast for his family. Today, the newly appointed food and beverage director at The Terraces at Bonita Springs, a local continuing care retirement community, says if the mission of senior living communities is to enrich […]

A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Welcome November!

Welcome home to all our snowbirds who’ve just returned from their northern summer homes. You’ve been missed and we eagerly look forward to having you back with us in Bonita Springs. The weather is absolutely spectacular. One can feel a sense of rejuvenation in the air; a certain sense of excitement that pairs nicely with […]

A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Staying Independent by Reducing Risk

If you’ve attended my monthly town hall meetings on a recurring basis, no doubt you have heard me harp on the value of outpatient therapy services; particularly since we’ve added our new physical/occupational clinic at Terraces. I also speak frequently on the challenges with long-term care delivery systems and how it is considered unsustainable in […]

A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Medicare Bundled Payment – Pay Attention or …?

By now, most of our residents have heard chatter regarding future changes to Medicare and specifically, implementation of a Bundled Payment. Currently the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) makes separate payments to providers for each of the individual services they furnish to beneficiaries for a single illness or course of treatment. Inclusive are […]

A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Your Voice Does Matter!

I think we can all agree that living in a community like The Terraces offers tremendous support through fellowship alone. Conversely, congregate living differs from residing in a single family home. Perhaps the greatest difference is making change or implementing new ideas and practices through a Resident Council, Committees and Managing Agent. But do you […]

A Letter from Ross Dickmann: Happy birthday to The Terraces!

July 1st represented three years to the day since The Terraces opened its doors as a premier retirement community in Bonita Springs, Florida. And, we celebrate another year of health and hospitality services to our residents. Although The Terraces remains a relatively young community, much has changed since the days of construction, dust, and muddy […]

Dueling chefs: Local chefs square off at Taste of Collier

Originally posted at NaplesNews.com. When Chef Billie Raper takes the stage Sunday at the annual Taste of Collier event, he’ll have 45 minutes to whip up something you could easily make in your own home for lunch. Something on the lighter side with 10 or less ingredients. Raper, the executive chef at The Terraces at […]

Seniors Go For The Gold At Southwest Florida Retirement Community

Paintball. Bocce. Discus. Wii ™ Bowling. They might sound like events you would find at a fraternity picnic or high school field day. In this case, however, while the competition is just as good, the participants will have a few more years of experience on the field of play. That’s because for the second time […]

The Terraces At Bonita Springs Names New Director Of Sales & Marketing

The Terraces at Bonita Springs announces the promotion of Amy English to the position of director of sales & marketing for the community. English had been a sales counselor there over the last three years, starting during the pre-opening sales phase. In her new role, English is responsible for leading all sales and marketing efforts […]

Nutrition for Seniors Is Mind, Body, Spirit for Veteran Food and Beverage Director

For Gerry Fuselli, there’s barely a life’s memory that doesn’t involve feeding others. At age 5, he was already cooking breakfast for his family. Today, the newly appointed food and beverage director at The Terraces at Bonita Springs, a local continuing care retirement community, says if the mission of senior living communities is to enrich […]
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