Service Coordination: Extending Care Beyond our Communities

As part of our mission to offer support for aging adults, UCH provides service coordination to more than 2,500 older adults living in owned and managed affordable housing communities, to more than 600 seniors living in the neighborhoods surrounding these communities and will soon offer this service to more of…

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Spitznagel Focused on Strategic Growth

Terry Spitznagel always knew she wanted a career that would allow her to be of service to others. But she knew she had a keen business sense and sought a path that would enable her to leverage both hard and soft skills. "I've been blessed with a career path where…

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2020: UCH Team Spreads Hope, Resilient Spirit

March 13, 2020, is circled on United Church Homes senior leaders' calendars - just two days after COVID-19 was declared a national emergency in the U.S. That day began a baptism by fire for every UCH team member. UCH faced two challenges against the backdrop of one of the most…

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It’s Time to Make the Move

While the nation emerges from the pandemic and COVID cases are on the decline, the housing market is growing rapidly, outpacing inventory in many areas of the country. According to an article by U.S. News & World Report, interest rates are expected to remain relatively low this summer and the…

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Chapel Hill Community Adapts to Pandemic Challenges with Intergenerational Relationships and Technology

The pandemic taught humanity a lot of valuable lessons, but arguably the most important was how it taught Chapel Hill Community to adapt quickly in providing successful activities and life enrichment to its seniors. John Wooden, one of the winningest NCAA basketball coaches said, “If we fail to adapt, we fail…

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Bringing Joy Through Food

Meet Chef Dave Rudie of Glenwood Community “Food is so much more than just physical nourishment,” says Chef John ‘Dave’ Rudie. “Food is really about bringing joy to people, and that’s what I get to do here.” United Church Homes knows that staff often becomes family, and our residents are…

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New Educational Partnership between United Church Homes and Marion Technical College

United Church Homes and Marion Technical College are excited to announce a new educational partnership, which offers professional development for the United Church Homes staff as well as learning opportunities for Marion Tech students. “United Church Homes is committed to investing in the ongoing education and professional development of our…

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Campaign for Abundant Life Results — Q4 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to present challenges in lives across the world, and United Church Homes residents continue to need your support. The faith-inspired senior living provider, headquartered in Marion, Ohio, is in the fourth year of the $20 million Campaign for Abundant Life. Thanks to the generosity of so many legacy and…

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UCH’s Patti Klingel named LeadingAge Ohio 2020 Emerging Leader

During the past year, senior living employees across the U.S. demonstrated exceptional resilience and dedication to senior living residents amid the COVID-19 pandemic. LeadingAge Ohio, the industry voice for the state’s nonprofit senior living providers, payed tribute to its entire membership with the 2020 Aging Services Impact Award, announcing recently…

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Staff profile: Charlie Thompson’s servant leadership provides hope and support during pandemic

Charlie Thompson, the executive director at Trinity Community at Miami Township, doesn’t like to talk about himself. He would much rather tell you about his amazing residents, compassionate staff and all the wonderful families who make his job so meaningful and special. Charlie’s mission and personal passion is to have…

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UCH Holding Vaccine Clinics

Maintaining a healthy and safe environment for residents and staff remains our commitment and top priority at United Church Homes. In addition to following all state and federal guidelines, we have implemented stronger infection control policies to reduce the risks of COVID-19 in our communities. Right now, one of the…

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Abundant Impact Newsletter – Fall 2020

Bouncing Back Following my father’s death, our local Veteran’s Administration representative visited with my 64-year-old mother. She was entitled to benefits as the widow of a veteran. After talking about a few of these, the man said, “Of course, as a widow, you also qualify for tuition support for college.…

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