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.
October 27, 2017
Footsteps® Memory Care at The Springs at Missoula offers residents a variety of specially designed environmental features to remind them of home
Uniquely designed for seniors with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, Footsteps® Memory Care is crafted to walk with families through the journey of memory loss.
The major remodel of Footsteps® memory care to The Springs at Missoula features environmental spaces designed to help loved ones suffering from dementia a sense of familiarity and comfort. For example, furnishings from an earlier era will help them recall a time in their former lives.
October 20, 2017
Fee Stubblefield, President of The Springs Living, named to the Oregon Health Care Association Board of Directors for 2017
Stubblefield will serve as Board Chair
Fee Stubblefield, president and CEO of The Springs Living, has been named board chair for the Oregon Health Care Association (OHCA) Board of Directors. He will be one of the 16 members of the OHCA Executive Board, whose commitment and service help the OHCA improve lives by advancing quality long-term care in Oregon.
October 20, 2017, Lake Oswego Review
Surrounded by balloons and plenty of champagne, residents and staff at The Springs at Carman Oaks helped resident Ferriel DeLap celebrate her 100th birthday last week.
"I'm not sure if have a secret," DeLap said of her remarkable age. "However, I do know it's important to have something pleasant to look forward to, and to be pleasant and kind to one another."
October 18, 2017, Portland Tribune
City officials and longtime The Springs Living employees gathered last week for a ground-breaking ceremony to officially kick off construction of The Springs at Lake Oswego, a new senior living community in Lake Grove. Under overcast skies and occasional rain, Lake Oswego Mayor Kent Studebaker joined Stubblefield, Todd Counstruction Inc. President Brent Schafer, Myhre Group Architects' Ray Yancey and Bill and Dottie Schonely to wield golden shovels and turn over the ceremonial first scoops of dirt.
August 24, 2017, Mail Tribune
Sip and savor Oregon wines and Rogue Valley cuisine during Sunday’s grand finale of the 2017 Oregon Wine Experience in Jacksonville... In addition to showcasing the best of Oregon wines, the Grand Tasting is an occasion to sample the best of the region’s burgeoning gourmet food industry. Eleven chefs, restaurants and caterers are teaming up to bring their favorite bites, including Ciao Bella, Schoolhaus Brewhaus, Jacksonville Inn, Painted Hills Beef, Harry & David Country Store, Sunrise Café, Cold Fusion, and chefs Damon Jones (Hellgate Excursion), Mario Chavez (Onyx Restaurant), Jeff Galick (The Springs at Anna Maria) and Trey Hansen (The Springs at Veranda Park).
August 08, 2017, KULR8 Billings Local News
Thousands of firefighters have tackled wildfires across Montana and Wyoming over the last two months. Tuesday a group of volunteers from The Springs at Grand Park is offering their thanks for all of the hard work by making 100 care packages to send to firefighters on the front lines around our state.
July 17, 2017, The Register Guard
The Springs at Greer Gardens has opened in Eugene. Built on the former Greer Gardens Nursery site, the retirement community can offer housing to more than 200 residents in independent living cottages, apartments and assisted living and memory care facilities.
July 06, 2017, Lake Oswego Review
For the second year in a row, The Springs at Carman Oaks sponsored an art show for residents to display work that revealed their hidden talents. The "I Made It Myself" exhibit is an opportunity to promote the hobbies and passions of the community's diverse group of residents. From patchwork quilts made from old ties to a homemade clown costume and more, the artwork is always nothing short of awe-inspiring.
May 09, 2017, Environments for Aging
A major renovation project has begun at The Springs at Grand Park, which has provided assisted living and memory care to seniors in Billings, Montana for 20 years. Key campus renovations include an overall interior refresh and a complete renovation in Footsteps Memory Care.
May 04, 2017, Environments for Aging
Built in 1999, with expansions in 2003 and 2008, The Springs at Butte has provided care to seniors in Butte, Mont. for 18 years. The renovation included the addition of new gathering spaces.Previous Page Next Page