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Browning Masonic Community in Waterville is expanding its services and creating
assisted living facility held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday for its new
memory care center, Pathways at Browning. The new center will not only bring a
huge boost to the memory loss community in northwest Ohio, but to the local
economy, as well.
new state-of-the-art facility offers leading edge care for those suffering with
Alzheimer's disease. The $4 million project brought more than 75 construction
jobs to the area, and when all the rooms are filled, more than 25 new jobs will
of those are going to be in nursing or in what we call resident assistants,"
said David Subleski, president of Browning Masonic.
24-apartment building offers a kitchen and community area, private rooms, and
even a hair salon.
we hope to do is raise the bar for other providers who are looking to get into
memory care support within the community, that this may set a new platform for
what they could do to provide this type of service for those suffering with the
disease," Subleski said.
Bollin, with the Alzheimer Association of Northwest Ohio, says the disease
becomes very taxing on families who have loved ones with memory loss, and that's
when the support of the community makes a difference.
know that we can't serve families alone, and so it's critical that we work
collaboratively with organizations such as Browning to serve people who are
living in our area," Bollin said.
at Browning will open by the end of August.