Tyler Iverson, a caregiver for The Springs at Missoula, has been inducted into the Frontline Honors Class of 2022 by Chicago-based Aging Media Network, the publishers of the leading senior living trade publication, Senior Housing News. The recognition showcases frontline workers with exemplary character and job performance across the care continuum. Iverson was nominated in the senior living category.
“As a consummate caregiver, Tyler always has a spring in his step and an easy smile on his face,” said Scott Warden, executive director of The Springs at Missoula. “He has a calm, confident energy that draws people while providing excellent care. We are fortunate to have such a grounded, caring person supporting our team. I can think of no one more deserving of recognition than Tyler.”
A lifelong Montanan, Iverson has been a caregiver at The Springs Living community in Missoula, Montana, for a total of nine years. He also has experience working as an in-home caregiver and as a certified nursing assistant at a medical center. A resident of Missoula for over a decade, Iverson enjoys the outdoors and performing music on guitar or piano for the residents he serves.
Aging Media Network’s Frontline Honors
This is the inaugural class of the Frontline Honors, which was started to celebrate the people reshaping the frontline experience and making key contributions to senior housing, skilled nursing, home health care, hospice and palliative care, and behavioral health care. To see the full list of inductees, and for more information about the program, visit https://frontlinehonors.agingmedia.com/. Aging Media Network is an innovative publishing company based in Chicago, Illinois, and is the publisher of Senior Housing News, Home Health Care News, Hospice News, Skilled Nursing News and Behavioral Health Business.
The Springs Living
Based in McMinnville, Oregon, The Springs Living owns and operates 18 senior living communities in Oregon and Montana, offering independent living, assisted living, and memory care services.