Crosby Commons earns an award for best practices

Crosby Commons Assisted Living Community at Wesley Village is the  recipient of another Connecticut Assisted Living Association Award (CALA) for Best Practices in Managed Residential Services. The award was presented at CALA’s annual meeting and awards program.

The Best Practices Award is presented to an assisted living provider who creates innovative programs or unique approaches in the area of managed residential services which exemplify excellence and are worthy of sharing with others.

The community was recognized for its program “The Crosby Commons Express,” which featured a New York City experience for Crosby residents, with opportunities for shopping, education, fine dining, arts, entertainment and more, in the comfort of their home.

Crosby Commons is owned and operated by United Methodist Homes (UMH), a local, mission-based, not-for-profit organization in Shelton.

For more information about the award-winning community of Crosby Commons, please contact us at 203- 225-5000 or visit crosbycommons.org.

Crosby Commons Activities Director Mary Ann Milano stands with colleagues Ginny Brown, of Middlewoods of Farmington, and Marissa Salvesen (of UMH, after receiving awards at the CALA Annual Awards Program.

Crosby Commons Activities Director Mary Ann Milano stands with colleagues Ginny Brown, of Middlewoods of Farmington, and Marissa Salvesen (of UMH, after receiving awards at the CALA Annual Awards Program.

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