Recently, Lenbrook resident and Chair of the Lenbrook Library Committee Bernard Goldstein received a glowing letter from Medeana Hinson, Director of Library Services for the Georgia Department of Corrections, thanking him, the Lenbrook Library Committee, and other Lenbrook residents for realizing a donation of more than 800 books to prison libraries all over Georgia.
Who says senior living can’t be innovative and cutting-edge? Lenbrook and Morrison Living, its culinary service provider, embrace the future with the introduction of “Lenny” the Robot. This high-tech robot is part of the restaurant staff at Lenbrook to assist in supporting servers during mealtimes.
When we decided to move to a senior community, my wife Ann Marie and I only considered Lenbrook. We already had a number of friends who lived here, so joining Lenbrook’s Advantage Club was a logical first step on our journey to the future.
Fresh fruit and seasonal vegetables, sustainable seafood, healthy oil alternatives – sounds like a trendy intown restaurant. But it’s not, it’s Lenbrook where we believe that every bite counts, and good food is the key to lifelong good health.
After careful consideration, Anne and Lew Hansen felt that Lenbrook had “…the most to offer in terms of amenities, activities, staff, apartment choices, and healthcare,” and moved here in 2014. Mrs. Hansen appreciates the superb level of staff support at Lenbrook, especially during the pandemic. “Don’t wait until you think you are ready to move – because then it’s too late. Come now and enjoy being an active part of this community!”
It was always the goal of Lenbrook’s new Entry Plaza to create a seamless connectivity between Lenbrook’s existing campus and Kingsboro at Lenbrook. The beautiful new elevated entry plaza was recently completed as part of our $116 M expansion. It connects our entire community with amenities and services to enjoy for all and includes 119 new covered parking spaces.
Purposeful and Intentional Connectedness
Every year, Lenbrook residents and associates select one RITE Associate of the Year, and for the 2020 fiscal year, this recognition goes to Natthan Daniel for going above and beyond the call of duty. The RITE Reward program rewards associates for demonstrating outstanding service and values: Respect, Integrity, Teamwork and Excellence.
Even though Nate has been with Lenbrook for less than three years, he exemplifies the Lenbrook Way, our unique service standards of resident service and hospitality.
What do most adult children want for their parents as they get older? A safe place to live. Adult children want to know that their parents are living in a safe place, so they don’t have to worry. That’s one of the reasons why it’s advantageous for residents to live in a senior community like Lenbrook.
I am a Lenbrook newcomer: I moved into my new home in late 2020 – and it feels like I was destined to live here.
Friends describe me as a person who has a passion for national security and teamwork. Throughout my working life, I was affiliated with the Central Intelligence Agency, which hired me after I had completed degrees in anthropology and Japanese studies. At the agency I enjoyed a career best described as a "have gun will travel" (minus the weapon) adventure.
Carolyn and Libba have been friends for many years and even after Carolyn moved to Lenbrook first they stayed in touch. Now their friendship continues at Lenbrook with both living happily near each other.