Annually certified as a Great Place to Work, Watercrest stands as a beacon of quality senior living by creating a sense of family in a company where servant leaders collaborate to honor our elders.OUR MISSION
To Welcome, To Care, To Serve.
"Our collective values will determine the extent to which our collective vision is realized."
"Our associates are our greatest asset, therefore our most important investment is in them."
"Be a leader you are proud of. Be a person others aspire to be like. And if you ever find that you are not, have the courage to change, to begin again, and to be who you were created to be."
"When striving for excellence, you must remember to always listen, never stop learning, and to lead with the best version of yourself."
"We have a responsibility to provide our seniors a respectful quality of life deserving of their contributions to our society and our life journey."
"As a leader it's important to determine each day how I can continue to add value to the team. By casting a vision, communicating clearly defined expectations and listening to the ideas of others proves to be a solid recipe for team success. Inspiration, compassion and passion will keep a team engaged."
"Serving nutritious meals and caring for our seniors is perhaps the greatest responsibility we have. Those who walked before us have given so much and made possible the life we all enjoy"
"Our call to honor and serve seniors fuels our passion to build the next generation of assisted living communities."
"I am honored to have the opportunity to transform a set of building plans into a home for our next Watercrest family member."
"By providing our communities with easy-to-use, cost-effective systems from our key partners, our associates focus on serving our residents."
"Our commitment to consistently deliver the premier Watercrest platform, gives us the opportunity to deliver someone the home they deserve."
"Be a leader that partners, praises, and supports with a vision. Strive daily to recognize talents and abilities in others and assist them in meeting and exceeding their goals."
"When we all freely and joyfully contribute our talents to the common goal there is simply no end to the miracles we can accomplish."
"Honesty, Kindness, Compassion and Love are values we all must possess to ensure our seniors receive the best possible care during this most important time of their lives."
"When striving to live an authentic life, we must listen with interest, speak with sincerity, and operate with integrity and compassion. Deciding each day to make the lives around us better than before we arrived."
"Believe in yourself and all that you can accomplish. Know that there is something inside you that is greater than any obstacle.
Confidence on the outside begins by living with Integrity on the inside."
“Service is the language the deaf can hear and the blind can see. Residents always remember how they were treated and how you made them feel. If serving is below you; leadership is beyond you.”
"My dementia background is rooted in the Montessori techniques for dementia care, which at its foundation holds to the principles of independence, environment, and engagement. What I seek to provide for my residents is a place where they can be themselves, judgement free. A place where they are encouraged and engaged in meaningful experiences where they are able to live, learn and thrive successfully."
"Success is loving and believing in a purpose. Caring for others how we want ourselves and families cared for is a truly fulfilling, lifelong commitment."
"By fulfilling our commitment to our associates; we provide the platform to fulfill our commitment to our residents."
"It is when we lose ourselves in the service of others that we discover our own purpose and our own happiness."
"The most rewarding feeling is to serve others while making a difference in their life."
"The only times that matters are the times we spend making a difference in someone else's life"
"Our value is not determined by our wealth or social status, but in our integrity, humility, compassion and our ability to positively affect those around us…."
"We are a reflection of what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. We need to strive for it daily and consistently in everything we do. Be present, treat people fairly, be consistent in your decision making, lead by example and have fun. Excellence will likely become your good fortune!!!"
"One of my greatest joys as I go through my work day is to spend time listening to the stories of my residents. The best way to learn how to care for our residents is to truly know them. A smile, a hand to hold, a kind word, and listening ear is true quality of life."