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Roseville Retirement Community Top- Rated Pick by Senior Homes





 ROSEVILLE, Calif. - Mistywood, an independent retirement community, recently was named by SeniorHomes.com as a top-rated community in its "Best Senior Living Awards" in the Sacramento--Arden-Arcade--Roseville metropolitan area.

To determine the winners, SeniorHomes.com gathered data including reviews from residents and their families, ratings from local industry experts, and public state inspection data.

"We're thrilled to be recognized with such an honor," said Edward York, community manager at Mistywood. "It means a lot that other people can see that we're making a positive difference in the lives of our residents and their families."
 
The SeniorHomes.com Best Senior Living Awards program released its "Top-Rated" lists in select markets with the goal of identifying the top senior living communities across the United States.
 
"SeniorHomes.com, along with a variety of industry experts, has spent the past year defining a comprehensive methodology by which we could rate the best senior communities across the country," said Chris Rodde, CEO of SeniorHomes.com. "The entire staff at Mistywood should be commended for their dedication to excellence. Mistywood, along with the other Best Senior Living Awards recipients, is setting the bar for what truly great senior communities should provide to their residents."

About Holiday Retirement

Based in Lake Oswego, Ore., Holiday Retirement invented the concept of independent senior living in 1971 and is the largest provider in North America today with more than 300 retirement communities throughout the United States and Canada. Holiday Retirement is in the business of providing security, comfort, and value to independent seniors seeking a fulfilling lifestyle in a welcoming environment.

For more information about Holiday Retirement, please call 916-771-8606 or visit www.holidaytouch.com.


 





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