CARLSBAD, Calif.—Integral Senior Living (ISL), a premier senior living management company, has partnered with 4MOM to help their mission of uniting communities in the fight for the world’s first survivor of Alzheimer’s disease.
The diagnosis of Suzy Bishop, a past ISL resident at WindChime of Marin Senior Living with early onset Alzheimer’s, prompted Braden Bishop to start the 4MOM charity. The organization unites professional athletes, coaches, patients, caregivers and their communities in the fight for the world’s first survivor of Alzheimer’s by advancing awareness, supporting caregivers and funding research. In support of their partnership with the charity, ISL held events at almost 50 of their managed communities across the country to fundraise for the cause.
The recent fundraiser provided activities, games and prizes to ISL communities, and so far, Integral Senior Living has raised $19,503 to support 4MOM and Alzheimer’s care. The fundraiser and partnership was part of ISL’s Inspire program, the company’s charitable arm, which works with local communities and non-profits to put on events and fundraise for various causes.
“The culture at ISL is something very special and near and dear to all of our hearts,” said Collette Gray, president and CEO of ISL. “It is amazing to see our residents and associates come together with 4MOM to support efforts in the search for a cure for Alzheimer’s.”
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About Integral Senior Living
Integral Senior Living (ISL), headquartered in Carlsbad, Calif., manages a progressive selection of over 100 senior residences to meet the growing needs of today’s aging population. It manages independent, assisted living and memory care properties throughout 25 states. Ranked among the nation’s largest senior living providers, according to Senior Living Executive, ISL is founded on a care philosophy that fosters dignity and respect for residents and promotes their independence and individuality. The dedicated associates at each community are trained to maintain the highest standards of senior care services. For more information about ISL, visit Integral Senior Living’s website, blog and Facebook page.
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