Yes! It's OK To Move Into A Senior Living Residence During the Pandemic

The question isn’t, “Is my loved one ready for senior living?” You know the answer to that question. During the pandemic, they may not have had as many visitors or gone out as much and are ready for a vibrant life full of new friends, activities and hobbies. Or maybe you need help helping them get ready for the day. Or maybe you’re just concerned for your loved one’s overall health and well-being. The question, instead, might be, “Is senior living an option during the pandemic?”

If you are considering senior living for your loved one, join Chris Mahen, Chief Operating Officer and Kristin Sutton, Vice President, Clinical Services as they explain why that, even during a pandemic, senior living is the best option for a happy, healthy more vibrant life.

In this complimentary webinar, they will:

  • Demonstrate how senior living can provide an environment where seniors can thrive
  • Describe the Covid-19 protocols in place to mitigate the risk of Covid-19 exposure
  • Explain the benefits of socialization and programming, such as Life Enrichment, to your loved one’s overall health

When: Tuesday, September 15

Time: 11:00 am EST | 10:00 am CST | 9:00 am MST

Meet Our Presenters:

chris-mahen Chris Mahen
Chief Operating Officer
Legend Senior Living


Kristin Sutton
Vice President, Clinical Services
Legend Senior Living


Chris Mahen received his Bachelor of Science from University of Central Oklahoma and has served seniors and their families for over 15 years in various operational roles. As Chief Operating Officer, Chris currently oversees all aspects of operations for Legend Senior Living.

Kristin Sutton holds a BSN from Wichita State University has been a Registered Nurse for more than 12 years, progressing to several leadership roles within the healthcare profession. Prior to Vice President, Kristin was the Regional Healthcare Director for the company’s Kansas/Colorado region. She is responsible for all care and clinical operations in Legend residences.