Happy Holidays and a very Happy New Year!

We hope you had a wonderful holiday season with your friends and families! We are excited for the New Year ahead and look forward to exciting new things happening at The Allure Group in 2020.

Crown Heights Center Held A holiday Unit Decorating Contest and an Ugly Sweater Contest

Jingle Bells all around! Crown Heights hosted their Ugly Sweater Day Contest to get into the holiday spirit for our staff and residents. Congrats to our fashionable best of the worst winners Nesta, Rose and our stylish resident Mr. Cerron! Many thanks to everyone who got their ugly on for this fun event. Crown Heights also celebrated with a fun unit decorating contest. Congrats to the winning unit – 4E! 

Linden Center Hosted A holiday Party and Puppet Show for Residents

Linden Center got into the holiday spirit with a festive puppet show for residents as a fun way to celebrate. A delicious meal and fun performance was enjoyed by all.

The Allure Group’s American Cancer Society Fundraiser

Department heads from across Allure gathered at Hamilton Park to present Ms. Latrice Jackson of the American Cancer Society with this year’s fundraiser proceeds. As an organization, Allure raised over $6,600.00 in support of the fight against Breast Cancer. The top fundraiser, Linden Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, received a plaque commemorating their accomplishment. Thanks to everyone for all of their hard work! 

Angels of Transformation Dance Group Event at Crown Heights Center

A big shout out to the Angels of Transformation Dance Group for a delightful performance for our residents. It was a fun celebration of dance that our residents truly enjoyed.

Re-election of Resident Council President Winner

Congratulations to Mr. Ronald Blackett for being elected as the new Resident Council President of Linden Center. We are excited for your new role and look forward to working together in this new year!

Art Therapy Continues at Linden Center

Linden Center continues their on-going Art Therapy program with a snow themed art session. Nothing like some baubles and snowmen to get us into the holiday spirit! Read more in a recent blog post of ours on the importance of having programs like these available for residents here, Five-ways-art-classes-benefit-seniors/

Melissa Powell published in Thrive Global

Our COO, Melissa Powell, was published  this month in Thrive Global with an article titled ‘Respecting Your Elders: What We Can Learn From Seniors’

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Five Ways Art Classes Benefit Seniors

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