VERO BEACH, Fla--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Watercrest Senior Living proudly announces Carina Saladino, Executive Director of Watercrest of San Jose Assisted Living and Memory Care Community, as a featured guest on First Coast Living, a live community news show airing weekdays on Jacksonville’s First Coast News.
Saladino joins First Coast Living to educate a new generation of seniors and their adult children on senior resources and to answer questions regarding benefits, home care, nutrition, transportation needs as well as the much anticipated opening of Watercrest of San Jose Assisted Living and Memory Care Community this summer. The 79,000 square foot, 90-unit Watercrest luxury senior living community set along Goodby’s Creek in Jacksonville, is currently welcoming prospective residents and their families to the community sales office at 9210 San Jose Boulevard, Unit 1B to secure their reservations and schedule “dusty boot” tours of the building currently under construction at 9075 San Jose Boulevard.
“Appearing on First Coast Living has been an incredible opportunity to offer education and guidance to the Jacksonville community in navigating the resources and care available to them,” says Saladino, Executive Director of Watercrest of San Jose. “As we prepare to open Watercrest of San Jose, I am excited to bring a team of passionate, creative and innovative leaders to the Jacksonville area and to welcome our residents to their new home to socialize, energize and live the life they so deserve.”
Watercrest of San Jose offers 66 assisted living and 24 memory care apartments with spacious and upscale accommodations in a comfortable and classy design. The community boasts refinements such as signature dining, wine bistro, concierge services, salon and spa, verandas and Florida style outdoor living spaces. Watercrest Senior Living is committed to enriching the lives of seniors by creating an environment of well being through wellness programs, nutritious and savory dining, and personalized care. All Watercrest memory care associates are Certified Dementia Specialists and their comprehensive memory care program utilizes innovative lifestyle approaches including personal life silhouettes, multi-sensory enhancements, Memories in the Making, and Music and Memory programs.
“Carina’s enthusiasm and passion for serving seniors resonates deeply with everyone she meets, we are excited to see her engaging the community as a trusted advisor, guiding seniors and their families with the knowledge and understanding to make critical decisions impacting all of their lives,” says Marc Vorkapich, Principal and CEO of Watercrest Senior Living Group.
Saladino brings over 12 years of senior living experience to Watercrest of San Jose, with focused research and training on improving the quality of care for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. As a licensed Assisted Living Administrator with Extended Congregate Certification in Florida, a certified Alzheimer’s Support Group leader and Virtual Dementia Tour Facilitator, Saladino has served as a guest speaker and teacher, instructing collegiates and first responders on positive approaches to the special needs of the dementia population.
First Coast Living is a unique magazine style show featuring local community events and businesses; the show airs weekdays at 11am and 2pm on WTLV Channel 12. To view a live segment with Carina Saladino on First Coast News visit http://www.firstcoastnews.com/features/first-coast-living and search “Watercrest.”
For information on Watercrest of San Jose Assisted Living and Memory Care Community please call 904-510-5482 or visit www.watercrestseniorliving.com/san-jose.html.