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At The Summit Senior Living, your compassionate work brings joy to those you guide and support. With an attractive benefits program, a supportive work environment, and chances for professional development, there are numerous reasons to join the Arrow Senior Living family.

Make a positive difference in the lives of older adults and experience a sense of purpose in your career.

”A purpose of human life, no matter who is controlling it, is to love whoever is around to be loved.” – Kurt Vonnegut #love #marriage #vitalia #vitaliawestlake #whatseniorlivinglookslike
Our carrots are growing! 🥕☺️ 

This weather and this lady 😃☀️ 

"A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life."
-Charles Darwin

#whatseniorlivinglookslike #kingslandwalkseniorliving #beachball #enjoylife #timeenjoyedisnotwasted #enjoylife #embracethemoment
We’re EGG-cited for tomorrows Easter Egg Hunt & Arrow Story Corner. Bring your little ones to enjoy the fun!

11:30 Story Corner - “Listen” by Shannon Stocker 
11:45 Craft
12:15 Snack
12:30 Photos with Easter Bunny 
1:00 Egg Hunt

#whatseniorlivinglookslike #easteregg #arrowstorycorner #deafhistorymonth
In honor of Women’s History Month we did a March Madness Gamble for a Good Cause fundraiser to support Laura’s Home Women’s Crisis Center. 

Together we raised over $300!! We also collected SO MANY donations of purses, toiletries, clothing, hygiene items, shoes, ect. Thank you to everyone that contributed to this amazing charity! 

The winner of the fundraiser will be announced after the end of the tournament play. 🏀

#whatseniorlivinglookslike #actsofservice #actsofkindness #bekindtohumankind #womensmonth #togetherwechangetheworld
Get to know our full-time Memory Care Support Partner Candice!

“Hi, I’m Candice! I have two amazing kids. Dominic is19 and Carmine is 15. I have a big family and I love all of them very much. They are my life. I love taking care of others. Especially the elderly and kids. I love my job because everyday is a new adventure and I absolutely love my residents. They need me as much as I need them. They can make me laugh like a little kid on the days I need it the most. I consider them my family and I love taking care of them.”

Candice is known for her high energy and engagement with residents. You know a great time is being had when you hear her laughter throughout The Neighborhood.😊❤️

#Meettheteam #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #weloveourstaff 

#Weloveourstaff #Teamworkmakesthedreamwork #FollowYourArrow #Whatseniorlivinglookslike #MeetTheTeam
In honor of Women's History Month, join us in celebrating Jean! 

Jean Eileen P. is a resident of the Memory Care Neighborhood at Vitalia Active Community – North Royalton, North Royalton, OH. She was born July 1926 in Chagrin Falls, OH. Following graduation from Chagrin Falls High School she attended Miami University in Oxford, OH.

In 1949 she met Tom P. and they were married in September that year. They lived their life in Chagrin Falls, where they raised their two children. Jean was a lifelong member of the Chagrin Falls Methodist Church.

Jean served as a very skilled and capable partner for her husband, managing all aspects of his business very efficiently. She enjoyed gardening, reading, and working on projects. Jean served on the Senior Council of Chagrin Falls Schools for many years and enjoyed spending time with family, her children, and grandchildren.

Jean and Tom had many friends and associates in the Chagrin Falls area.  They were very fortunate to have enjoyed good health and a very rewarding, busy, and active life, well into their mid-80s.

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#womenshistorymonth #womeninhistory #whatseniorlivinglookslike
We couldn’t have had a better day to head to Firestone CLC to see their last production of Tuck Everlasting! 

The students were all amazingly talented. We can’t wait to go back and experience even more of their productions!

#whatseniorlivinglookslike #vitaliaseniorliving #firestone #firestonetheatre #firestoneclc #tuckeverlasting #highschoolproductions
In honor of Women's History Month, join us in celebrating Carla! 

Carla H. is a resident of the Memory Care Neighborhood at Vitalia Active Community - North Olmsted in North Olmsted, OH. Born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, she moved to the Los Angeles area with her two small children in the late 1960’s. She got a job at a local police department. As the newest employee (and a woman), she was assigned the “undesired” task of learning how to use the computer equipment the department acquired. 

She learned well and eventually got a job with NCR, which in the 1970s was a big player in the burgeoning large computer industry. They transferred her first to their headquarters in Dayton, OH, and then, as part of a promotion, they moved her and her family outside Atlanta. When personal computers began to appear in the early 1980s, she left NCR to join a small PC start-up company and worked there until retirement as a computer programmer and data systems analyst.

Carla was instrumental in creating and installing the phone-prompted unemployment compensation system for one U.S. state and wrote facility security programs for two nuclear power plants. During the last several years of her career, she was able to telecommute after moving to the Cleveland area to live with her son and daughter-in-law.

Carla was very active in the 1980s in civic associations and was the President of the Atlanta chapter of the American Businesswomen’s Association for a few years. She always enjoyed bowling and was a league bowler throughout most of her adult life. Carla was a big fan of the NFL and had season tickets to the Atlanta Falcons for 22 (mostly losing) years. She is a generous and loving mother who set a fine example for both of her children. 

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#womenshistorymonth #womeninhistory #whatseniorlivinglookslike
Having lunch & a good time at one of our favorite places - the casino 🤩 

#whatseniorlivinglookslike #jackpot #casino #lunchbunch
In honor of Women's History Month, join us in celebrating Lina! 

Lina Elizabeth L. is a resident of the Memory Care Neighborhood at The Kentridge Senior Living, Kent, OH. She was born and raised in the “sleepy little town” of Toronto, Ohio, a steel mill, and coal mining community with hard working families, where faith and family were the utmost priority. She attended St Francis Roman Catholic Parish.

Lina loved taking the bus from Toronto to Steubenville, which was about a nine-mile ride. She’d wear fancy clothes, take the streetcar around the town, go to lunch, and enjoy the hustle and bustle of the bigger city. Her favorite thing to do was visit The Hub, with all its finery, and dream of someday working in a store like that. After graduating high school in 1959 she attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and studied interior decorating and display, which landed her a job as a decorator and display artist at The Hub!

While at the wedding of a former classmate and friend, she was reacquainted with a fellow school mate; they talked into the wee hours of the morning. The couple were married in June of 1963 and by September 1964 they had their daughter Kelley. Years went by and Lina was blessed to be loved by two men. She met and married Joe L. in May 1997 when they combined their families and doubled the love.

Lina loved to entertain, was a wonderful cook, and a great hostess. She willingly shared her recipes and always displayed her dishes and drinks in the finest ways, so well they looked too good to eat or drink!

She loves children and besides helping with her grandchildren, Lina had a daycare in her home. She didn’t just babysit, but rather created experiences for the children - holiday parties, themed events, and days of teaching and fun. Parents trusted Lina and the kids loved her, so much so many kept in touch with her over the years.

Lina loves unconditionally and her family has blossomed with her love. She has inspired her family to stick with traditions and always make memories, making them “Family Rich.” 

Share #HERstory or leave your own memory below!
#womenshistorymonth #womeninhistory #whatseniorlivinglookslike
Meet Latwanna, our 3rd shift part-time support partner!

“Hi I’m Latwanna. I have four kids and seven grandchildren! I became interested in caregiving when I was a dietary aid at a skilled nursing facility. I observed some residents not receiving much attention and wanted to make a difference. I became a personal caregiver for individual clients, then worked as a home health aide, and then an STNA in a skilled facility. The residents know and feel who is there for them and I have always made it my goal to be that person. I’m in this field to take care of and be there for my residents. I love being a companion interacting and conversing with them. It is difficult for those that do not have loved ones. I strive to be there for them when no one else is and be like family.”
#Weloveourstaff #Teamworkmakesthedreamwork #FollowYourArrow #Whatseniorlivinglookslike #MeetTheTeam
Our Uke Group showed their appreciation to their volunteer teachers this past week by treating them to lunch! 

This groups has worked for months to perfect their craft, and we are so excited to hear them play in the near future! 

#whatseniorlivinglookslike #volunteerappreciation #ukelele #ukegroup
Yesterday we recognized our Dining Room Manager, Jess! She is always happy, willing to help and going above and beyond for the community! We are so thankful she is part of our team! Fun Fact: her favorite color is purple, specifically, lavender! #whatseniorlivinglookslike
It’s orientation day for New Hires! What better way to welcome them to the fun of working here than a game of volleyball against our residents 🏐 

#whatseniorlivinglookslike #bumpsetspike #weloveourstaff
Get to know Cody, one of our full-time day nurse managers.

“Hi I’m Cody, I have been a member of the United States Army for eleven years and serve as an Army Sergeant. Through the army, I have been trained as both an LPN and combat medic. I enjoy traveling as well as hiking and I have been to almost every state in the United States. I have worked as an LPN in Michigan, Texas, Hawaii, California, Indiana, and Kentucky. My favorite part of nursing is the direct patient care and getting to know each resident. It is important to me to aid in residents’ best quality of life.”

#MeetTheTeam #Weloveourstaff #Teamworkmakesthedreamwork #FollowYourArrow #Whatseniorlivinglookslike
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We started off going from community to community before realizing that we could be doing so much more! Learn how a ragtag team of traveling consultants started managing properties across the continental U.S., and find out how our experiences shaped our core values and unique management style.

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Arrow Senior Living is proud the recipient of these awards

McKnight's Women of Distinction McKnight's Tech Gold Award Joplin, Missouri best of 2021


We’re a group of people who value hard work, kind hearts, childlike wonder, and the power of a chuckle.


The Summit Senior Living is a collection of people with a common mission, but we are so much more than that.


Education, training, college support, personal development, career development, promotion, and more.


Mandy Wilks

Regional Director of Human Resources

Our team is dedicated to creating an outstanding experience for residents and making our community “the place to be.” Our goal is for passion to be felt the moment an individual walks through the door. Building this passion starts with you.Our team is dedicated to creating an outstanding experience for residents and making our community “the place to be.” Our goal is for passion to be felt the moment an individual walks through the door. Building this passion starts with you.

Anne Lazer

Operations Coordinator

I enjoy working for Arrow because I love working with seniors. The stories and talks I get to have with my residents on a daily basis is a true joy to me. I also love the team I work with. It helps to have a great group of people to work with every day.

Veronica Kline

I enjoy working at the Hudson Grande because I feel like we are a not only a team, but a family. I have grown so much since I started here and I know that I will continue to keep growing. Our community rallies around one another in good and trying times. I haven’t worked for a facility where directors show their appreciation and gratitude more. I truly believe this is the best place to work.

Lance Richmond

A great place to work is one in which you trust the people you work for, have pride in what you do, and enjoy the people you work with. Through Arrow and my community I think its possible for ordinary people to be extraordinary.

Celina Hawker

Arrow Senior Living is a progressive company that prioritizes the residents’ quality of life and consistently recognizes its employees. Working here gives me the opportunity to make a difference in others’ lives.


Working in senior living is as demanding as it is rewarding, and some days can feel a little episodic. At Arrow, we don’t want any employees to feel stuck in a rut. We understand that a big part of growth is setting goals and working to achieve those goals.

So what are your goals? Would you like to build up Paid Time Off to take a great vacation to an exotic locale? Are you aiming to take your career to the next level? Interested in continuing your education? Or have you dreamed of taking on completely new challenges, professionally and personally? Let’s talk – and let’s work to realize your goals.

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