The Manse on Marsh has been named of the of Nations Best assisted living communities and won its second “Caring Star” award this year as well. The San Luis Obispo County based assisted living community has been a long time favorite of residents and prospective residents with an impressive 5-star all-time user rating on Caring.com’s website and no outstanding negative user complaints. It should be no surprise that the won the “Caring Star” award with that kind of quality recognition since entries into award consideration only have to maintain a 4-star all-time average and receive a single 5-star review. Meanwhile, the Manse on Marsh’s community received 5 such reviews during the timeframe of the award consideration.
The Manse on Marsh used an industry-vetted Care Planning System which enables their caretakers to create and maintain a personalized care plan for each of the residents. This ensures that residents and their families are only being billed for services they are actually using and want. These services include medication management, meal reminders, grooming sessions, and much more. When Logan Sexton the CEO and Executive Director of the company learned of their second time winning the “Caring Star” award, he stated that it was a sign that residents appreciated and recognized the premier level of care that they provide.
Awards like “Caring Star” are really a boon to the potential future residents of assisted living communities like the Manse on Marsh, found here on Facebook. The reason is that numerous studies have found that when selecting a company or product to trust or purchase that internet-based consumer review is one of the most important deciding factors. In fact, the CEO and co-founder of Caring.com, Andy Cohen, mentioned that the intent of the award was to recognize superior service and help steer potential residents towards trustworthy and reliable assisted living communities that American’s love most. Check them out on Twitter for news and updates.No Comments on “Caring Star” Given to The Manse on Marsh Once Again