St. Andrew’s Resources for Seniors is proud of our rankings in the new 2021 Ziegler Report.See More →
In a further effort to best limit risks for the vulnerable people they care for and to continue to ensure they protect employees, St. Andrew’s is requiring employees start the COVID-19 vaccination series by October 1, 2021.See More →
Congratulation to Mary Alice Ryan on being included by the St. Louis Business Journal in their 2021 class of the Most Influential Business Women. An honor well-deserved!See More →
St. Andrew’s at Francis Place is welcoming new guests following COVID 19 safe guidelinesSee More →
If the beloved older adult in your life will be remaining home during the holidays try a few of these ideas.See More →
Congratulations Mary Alice Ryan for being one of McKnight's Women of Distinction 2020See More →
The 2020 McKnight’s Women of Distinction Awards will be presented on Tuesday, July 28, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. CST.See More →
To celebrate 50 years of serving seniors, we at St. Andrew's put together this video to show how proud we are of the work we've done over the years.
Mary Alice Ryan, CEO and President of St. Andrew’s Resources for Seniors System, has been inducted into the Hall of Honor in the McKnight’s Women of Distinction awards, a joint program of McKnight’s Long-Term Care News and McKnight’s Senior Living.See More →
Dining in retirement communities is markedly different from just a few years ago, a trend in senior dining made evident at Cape Albeon in Valley Park and at Brooking Park and The Willows in Chesterfield. These communities in the St. Andrew's Resources for Seniors System offer high-quality, locally sourced food and restaurant-style fare from classically trained chefs.
St. Andrew’s President/CEO discusses company growth, technology, and strategies to accelerate senior living.
William ‘Bill’ Holman has been hired by St. Andrew’s Resources for Seniors System, Inc. (STARSS) as President and CEO, effective January 1, 2022.See More →
Congratulations to St. Andrew's CEO and President Mary Alice Ryan for being selected to the St. Louis Business Journals 2021 class of Most Influential Business Women.See More →
In the 20 year tradition of excellent care for seniors, Cape Albeon's new Cove Memory Care Household offers residents and families a beacon of hope in caring for residents with Dementia and Alzheimer's.See More →
Summerville of St. Andrew’s Will Cater to Independent Baby Boomers with a Unique Neighborhood-Style ConceptSee More →
Congratulations Shelby Harp for being named Nurse of the Year for 2020.See More →
On August 4th, a Medicaid expansion proposition is appearing on the Missouri ballot.See More →
With COVID-19 at the forefront of our thoughts, it’s easy to forget that we’re also in the middle of the 2020 Census.See More →
On June 17, 2020, KMOV St. Louis reporter Steve Harris covered how Brooking Park decided to put together a time capsule so that future generations would know what they went through in 2020.
The home health agency celebrated its 10th anniversary, with a gathering that included the agency’s employees, leadership from Bethesda Health Group and St. Andrew’s Resources for Seniors System, and, of course, cake!
Deni O’Malley, Director of St. Andrews & Bethesda Home Health, shared statistics from the agency’s first 10 years of service:
St. Andrews & Bethesda Home Health was created collaboratively by Bethesda Health Group and St. Andrew’s Resources for Seniors System, as leadership from both non-profit, St. Louis-based senior living, care and service organizations recognized an opportunity to provide vital home health services to seniors after discharge from a rehab community, hospital stay or whose physician believes they are appropriate.
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BRIDGETON, MO (July 31, 2018)...The Sarah Community in Bridgeton, Mo., today became first retirement community in the nation to house an AMVETS post, commemorating the occasion by presenting the induction of AMVETS Post 122 during an opening ceremony and celebration.The faith-based Life Plan retirement community (formerly known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC)), collaborated with AMVETS to create AMVETS Post 122 to enhance the quality of life for 20 veterans currently residing within the retirement community and for other veterans from the surrounding areas. It will honor the vitality and service of veterans with a mission “To Protect and Serve Seniors,” bringing veterans together to help identify and address the needs of their fellow veterans. Read Full Article →