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The Manse on Marsh Continues to Make An Impact

Consumer reviews are fast becoming one of the most important factors in the day to day decisions people make about which companies or products they want to give a chance to. This isn’t any clearer than with retirement and assisted living communities across the United States. That is why Caring.com holds a yearly “Caring Star” award which it believes will help steer prospective residents towards communities that can be trusted to be of a higher quality. In fact, the requirements to even get into the award competition are above average to start with. There is a minimum 4-star all-time average required along with all negative complaints being resolved with none outstanding and finally one 5-star review between Dec. 1, 2014 – Sep. 30, 2015.

The Manse on Marsh has won the “Caring Star” award for the second consecutive year and it isn’t a fluke that they have achieved this accomplishment. The Manse on Marsh’s San Luis Obispo County Arroyo Grande Assisted Living campus received 5 5-star reviews during the competition period and maintained an all-time average rating of 5-stars to boot. This commitment to resident satisfaction is what set it apart from the others for the second year running and led its Executive Director & CEO Logan Sexton to thank all of the residents for their support and promise to continue offering enriching experiences and quality care to all of them.

The Arroyo Grande Assisted Living campus not only provides great care for its residents but also a host of top-notch amenities such as studio flats, single bedroom apartments, and even private homes of varying sizes. In addition to the living accommodations they also offer restaurant-quality open dining, convenient transportation, and social activities along with 24/7 medical care on the property. All of these benefits are managed by an industry-standard Care Planning System which permits individualized, point-by-point care of each of the residents so they can be assured they are getting only the care they want and need instead of a universal blanket package.