Aspens at Fort Collins Senior Living, formerly Aspyre at Rock Creek, has announced new leadership, naming Jesseca Tighe, Ph.D., executive director as the community, specializing in memory care services, moves under the management of Integral Senior Living.
“We’re thrilled to bring Aspens at Fort Collins under the ISL umbrella of senior living communities,” Collette Gray, ISL president and CEO, said in a news release. “With ISL’s signature programs in place and Dr. Tighe serving as executive director, we’re confident that this community will boost the quality of senior care available across the greater Fort Collins area.”
Tighe has spent the last decade in various leadership roles at senior communities. Previously, she specialized in mental health care after earning her Ph.D. studying psychology in hospice facilities, where she became interested in senior care.
Aspens at Fort Collins, located at 3150 Rock Creek Drive, is open and accepting new residents.
It specializes in memory and respite care.
For information, call 970-372-5838 or visit aspensatfortcollins.com.
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• Alpine Bank and Elder Construction will kick off construction of a new branch of the bank on a lot in historic downtown Fort Collins. The lot will be redeveloped with the community bank as its anchor. The groundbreaking takes place at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 18, at 1608 S. College Ave., Fort Collins.
• Warehouse Innovation Hub Tour is offered at 9:30-10:30 a.m. Tuesdays through Aug. 31, at the Forge Campus, 815 14th St. SW, Loveland. Learn about the nonprofit accelerator’s community-led vision for supporting the next generation of technology and manufacturing businesses. Contact Allison Seabeck at 970-556-9353 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Financial Planning Basics, noon-1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 17, online. Elevations Credit Union will offer a virtual program on how to set financial goals, construct a budget, create an emergency fund, plan for retirement and use basic investment concepts. RSVP before the seminar starts to get an invitation with a link and instructions. Free. Register at bit.ly/3rYYMHP.
• When Should I Refinance My Home?, noon-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 18. Elevations Credit Union will offer a virtual program on options for refinancing and when it makes sense. RSVP before the seminar starts to get an invitation with a link and instructions. Free. Register at bit.ly/3jAfb1T.
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