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Planning for the future with Plante Moran Living Forward

October 1, 2015 Article 1 min read
Authors:
Mark Eckles Plante Moran Living Forward
Religious communities face unique challenges to care for their aging members. Plante Moran Living Forward's knowledgeable team has the experience to work through these challenges in collaboration with religious leadership.

Image of client Rosary Care Center for success story 

Religious communities face unique challenges as the need to plan for their aging members becomes imminent.

The Rosary Care Center (RCC) was originally a residence hall for senior Sisters of St. Francis, but today it is a 76-bed licensed skilled nursing facility that serves both the religious and greater communities.

Plante Moran Living Forward was engaged to help the Sisters plan for the future needs of their aging community. Our team guided them through the construction of a 17-bed assisted living addition, the Our Lady Grace Hall, and ensure it met skilled nursing codes to provide flexibility to change with their residents’ needs.

Read the full case study of the Our Lady Grace project to learn how our leadership helped the Sisters of St. Francis overcome multiple challenges to achieve a successful project.

If you’d like to learn more about Plante Moran Living Forward’s development services, please visit the Development Service page.

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