2021 February

by Karen Lehman, MHS President/CEO At the MHS Members’ meeting in December, MHS asked members to rank their most pressing issues. It is not surprising that your highest priorities are recruitment and retention. MHS will continue to provide tools and… Continue Reading…

2021 February

by Clare Krabill, MHS COO You and your ministries have been on our minds a lot lately! One big way has been in planning an interactive, educational and inspirational online event for you. We have given quite a bit of… Continue Reading…

2021 February

by Clare Krabill, MHS COO Many of you participated in the recent MHS member priorities survey and the annual MHS Members’ Meeting.  You named the top 3 priorities you would like MHS to work on to support your ministries: staff… Continue Reading…

2021 February

Tim Stoll started as the new CEO at Thurston Woods Village January 4th. Stoll comes from St. Joseph County Commission on Aging, and prior to that was COO and interim CEO at Heritage Community of Kalamazoo. Stoll says, “I’ve lived… Continue Reading…

2021 February

Kevin Paluszak began his role as Executive Director for Pleasant View, Inc. at the beginning of this year. He comes to Pleasant View, Inc. from a consulting practice where he served providers of mental/behavioral health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse… Continue Reading…

2021 February

The COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed the landscape for infection prevention. Lessons learned continue to generate new guidelines and protocols to limit the spread of emerging viruses. New testing and technologies have arrived to mitigate surface bacteria, monitor contamination levels,… Continue Reading…

2021 FebruaryYour Words

What is one thing you’re looking forward to doing once you’re vaccinated? As more people on our campus are vaccinated, I’m looking forward to our residents getting some normalcy returned to their lives, and to seeing residents and family members… Continue Reading…