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  • Administrative Assistant (Partnership Assistant; Lakewood, CO)  Masterpiece Living, LLC is seeking a full-time, computer-savvy administrative assistant to support an operations team of several members. The successful candidate is an organized self-starter who can prioritize and follow through on a variety of tasks; is proficient in writing, proofreading and graphic design; is resourceful and flexible in […]

  • “I have never heard anyone at Quincy Village say ‘no’ when it comes to the personal growth of an individual … I am allowed to recreate myself, to nurture my interests, to discover new lifestyles … to grow, achieve, learn, share, educate, create, invent and enjoy.” Lynda Kuckenbrod, a resident of Quincy Village (a Masterpiece Living […]

  • When Hank Mol’s blood sugar levels inched him dangerously close to a type 2 diabetes diagnosis, he knew something had to change. At 81 years of age, he confessed, “I wasn’t too happy when the doctor told me I had prediabetes, especially since I considered myself to be fairly healthy. It was the wakeup call […]

  • Priscilla Brekus of Kirkland Village (a Presbyterian Senior Living Community) had the crowd in stitches at Humor-con this week. Kirkland Village, which is a Masterpiece Living partner community, hosted the event in honor of National Humor Month. The event included standup comedy acts, laughter yoga and a variety show. Click here to watch the video: […]

  • Last week, residents of The Birches Assisted Living in Clarendon Hills (a Masterpiece Living Community) proved that creativity knows no age limit. Instructor, Lorna Nelson, guided participants in the creation of their own interpretation of Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Artistic expression is more than just fun; neurological research suggests that creativity and learning something […]