Juniper is proud to announce that we have been certified as A Great Place to Work by the Great Place to Work Institute, an independent research and consulting firm. Juniper as a whole and each of our individual communities have been certified – an industry first. The process included more than 1,000 employee surveys from all communities. Over 60 elements of their experience were evaluated. These included pride in the organization’s community impact, belief that their work makes a difference, and feeling their work has special meaning. Juniper is thrilled to receive acknowledgement of the incredible culture we have built over our 30 year history. Check out Lynne’s thoughts below on the value of our people and culture – two key components of what makes Juniper A Great Place to Work!
Nearly 30 years dedicated to innovative senior care, thought leadership and personal growth.
Seeing through dementia and overcoming memory impairments through creative arts expression.
We support the communities we serve through social responsibility and local philanthropy.
Overcoming financial obstacles and offering affordable senior living through partnerships.
Celebrate your independence and feed your social side at the same time. Enjoy on-site amenities like movie theater, fitness center, spa and music lessons.
Let us free your day so you can focus on living life to the fullest. Choose from on-site amenities like beauty salon, walking paths and spacious courtyards.
Nurture your body and your mind. Fill your day with the things that matter most like group dining, ample outdoor space and music therapy.
Jon continues to nurture his mind, body, and spirit as a resident of Juniper Village at the Spearly Center.
Lynne continues to receive accolades for her excellent work leading Juniper communities into the next 30 years.
He jumped off his sinking ship and swam to shore. He later married the love of his life (Peggy), ran the local gardening club and was interviewed on TV!
“When my mother and father first came to Juniper Village, my mom was NOT a “happy camper”. But soon they were surrounded by new friends. We could hardly get out of the dining room without my parents stopping at several tables to chat! Everyone on staff have treated my parents with respect and kindness. I hope that you know how special you were to them and us.”
– Beverly S and Ronald W, children of Frank and Lydia W