In The News
The Springs Living and communities have been featured in a variety of print and online media. Read from a recent list of articles here.
July 28, 2020, KEZI TV (ABC) Eugene
A team of researchers at the University of Oregon has found that testing buildings helps detect a possible outbreak before it happens and The Springs Living has been using this testing on their senior communities in Oregon and Montana.
July 15, 2020, KPTV FOX 12
The Springs Living and Enviral Tech are trying to help in the fight against COVID-19 by testing buildings for the COVID-19 virus.
July 14, 2020, AXIOS
Testing buildings — not just people — could be an important way to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
July 02, 2020, Montana Standard
Some Butte, MT nursing homes and assisted living facilities are now allowing visitations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Following the strict guidelines set by Gov. Steve Bullock, The Springs at Butte is providing the Looking Glass partitions for residents to visit family and friends.
June 19, 2020, KPAX News Missoula
MISSOULA — You’ve heard the stories of COVID-19 sweeping through nursing homes and senior living facilities, posing a major threat to our community’s most vulnerable members. But one local senior living facility is saying their residents are healthy, their staff is healthy, and they’re ready to get back into the swing of things.
May 14, 2020, Senior Housing News
In this episode of Transform, hear from Fee Stubblefield, Founder and CEO of The Springs Living talk about: Successful campaigns The Springs launched to stop the spread of Covid-19.
May 13, 2020, KTVQ News
The Springs at Grand Park has introduced the Looking Glass program to their residents in time for Mothers' Day. It is an 8 foot by six foot enclosed plexiglass structure, developed by one of our communities in Oregon.
May 13, 2020, Senior Housing News
For The Springs Living Founder and CEO Fee Stubblefield, dealing with Covid-19 has felt a little like piloting a commercial jet.
May 12, 2020, KTVL News 10
Senior living facilities have been some of the hardest-hit by the Coronavirus pandemic, however, one local facility credits the programs it has developed to its success in keeping infection abate - The Springs Living.
May 11, 2020, Statesman Journal
At The Springs at Sunnyview, a retirement community in northeast Salem, eight families scheduled meetings with their loved ones through the "Looking Glass," a concept that allows families to visit face-to-face through a framed sheet of plexiglass.Previous Page Next Page