The Mustard Seed Project and our assisted living homes were mentioned in Next Avenue. The article by Beth Baker begins with the assertion that “If COVID-19 taught us anything, it’s that it’s time to rethink (and redesign) America’s long-term care facilities”
In October, 150 people stood in the rain to celebrate the groundbreaking of an innovative elder housing project on rural Key Peninsula in western Washington State. For the first time, older people who are no longer able to live at home there can still remain in their community. The nonprofit Mustard Seed Project is building three Green House homes, two for assisted living and one for memory care. Almost one-third of the studio apartments will be for low-income people who are on Medicaid.
Read more here: https://www.nextavenue.org/pandemic-transform-nursing-homes/
Source of Article: Next Avenue
By Beth Baker
November 22, 2021