December 16, 2022
This year at Fox Run Senior Living has been full of changes. Our community went under renovations that were completed in May. Our Memory Care reopened, allowing our residents to move into their apartments. Our families were so excited over the renovations and our community looks great. After a long COVID journey, it’s nice to get back to normal, with families coming back in to visit and us hosting family events once again.
Our management team at Fox Run has been through a lot of changes. Everyone that is a manager was promoted within or transferred into another management role. Our residents are so excited to see all of us grow and adjust to our new positions. After a long COVID shut down we were able to start having brunches with our families again. We also celebrated Memorial Day with a big cookout. It was so nice to get to spend time with our Fox Run families again.
One of our nurses got married this year. Unfortunately, her wedding planner got COVID and couldn’t finish planning her wedding, so Rhonda and Michele got our management team together and were able to finish planning for her day. Her wedding day was beautiful, and she was so grateful for everything we did for her.
We are all excited for the 45 Days of Holiday Cheer this year. One of the Christmas favorites at our community is the door decorating contest. We are all competitive and take that challenge very seriously. One of the residents’ favorite things to do is writing out Christmas cards and decorating cookies.
Fox Run Senior Living in Fairborn, Ohio offers assisted living and memory care with a variety of services and a range of floor plan options. Newly renovated in 2021. Amenities at Fox Run include dining at Grissom’s Restaurant, 24-hour bistro, concierge service, housekeeping, events and entertainment, personal care, transportation services, and more. Peacefully located just east of Hwy 675 with convenient access to local shopping and attractions.
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