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This section provides access to recent print, online and video coverage of the Golden Living family of companies. These stories are representative of the commitment we have to our staff, patients and the communities we serve.


  • Volunteer brightens Golden Living retirement home with gardens

    Aug. 02, 2016

    WAYNESBURG, Pa. – Karen Cappellini works full-time as a legal secretary and also runs her beef cattle farm in Morgan Township, but recently, she’s tacked on another project to her busy schedule. As a volunteer at Golden LivingCenter - Waynesburg in Franklin Township, the 53-year-old started out doing some small painting jobs inside the retirement home, but soon took on the larger project of building multiple gardens at the facility and doing all the landscaping around the campus.

  • Golden LivingCenter receives national recognition

    Jun. 22, 2016

    Golden LivingCenter - Smithville has been selected by the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living to receive the 2016 Bronze – Commitment to Quality Award for its commitment to the care and service it provides to its patients and residents.

  • Golden LivingCenter Helps Stroke Patient

    May. 19, 2016

    Suffering from two strokes after bypass surgery, John Costa, 54, went to Golden LivingCenter in Murrysville, Pa. to  give him the care and occupational, speech and physical therapy he needed to recover and reclaim his life. John's wife and four children, the youngest at eight years old, thought they were going to lose him in this event, but have been amazed at his progress and recovery.

  • For seniors, exercise still doable, flexible

    May. 12, 2016

    Even though the weather doesn’t quite feel like it, we are now into May, which is recognized as Older Americans Month. Here at the Senior Activity Center of Sheboygan, it seems we celebrate our community’s Older Americans nearly every day.

    However, there is a very special day coming up on the last Wednesday of the month to celebrate seniors and their dedication to their health. The 23rd annual National Senior Health and Fitness Day will be celebrated once again on May 25 at Fountain Park. In addition, we have once again collaborated with Golden Living Centers to ensure that this year’s celebration is one that will be enjoyed and remembered by all.
  • Golden LivingCenter - Fountainview uses aquatic therapy to help patients

    Apr. 03, 2016

    MISHAWAKA, IN - When you think of a nursing home, you probably don't picture a work out facility. But one Mishawaka assisted living center (Golden LivingCenter - Fountainview) is getting people out of their chairs and into the pool. Physical therapists say aqua therapy can improve strength and flexibility because there's little to no impact on your joints.
  • Art helps those with Alzheimer's give back

    Apr. 01, 2016

    MUNCIE — On the table between Sara Marcaletti and Maxine Byers sits a large book of art and a lot of paint at Golden LivingCenter - Muncie. Byers has the book standing up, opened to a grassy scene with a tree silhouette. She bends down until her face is within inches of her canvas so she can properly see what she's doing.

  • Middle School Students' Project Delivers More than Roses

    Feb. 15, 2016

    Three students and their teacher delivered roses to Golden LivingCenter - Frederick for Valentine's Day and received more than they bargained for. After gathering funds online, they found out that they really liked visiting with the patients and residents.

  • Finding ways to make seniors smile

    Dec. 22, 2015

      Darcey Jezycki, Golden Living Director of Business Development, is on a mission to make Napa a great place to grow old.  Jezycki isn’t a senior herself, but she said she believes helping Napa seniors live enriching lives is her calling.

  • Care home 'graduate' gets back on her feet

    Nov. 16, 2015

    Zech spent a week at the hospital and then another week and a half in the medical center’s physical rehabilitation program, but she made no progress and was still unable to walk.  After consulting with her husband, John, and her children, Zech made the decision to come home to Maryville and begin physical therapy at Golden Living Center.

  • Erie veterans honored with special ceremony

    Nov. 13, 2015

    Honoring veterans continued Friday morning across Erie, including for a few folks at Golden Living Western Reserve. A veterans pinning ceremony commenced for a few resident veterans before an audience of nursing home staff and fellow residents. Click to see the video. 

  • Golden LivingCenter plans grand re-opening

    Nov. 12, 2015

    The grand re-opening of Sanger’s Golden Living Center—with refurnished wood floors, bathrooms and recovery center--will be at 5:30 p.m.  Friday. “We were happy with what we had before, but we felt the need for a good element,” executive director John Guron said. 

  • Golden Living plans special day for vets

    Nov. 11, 2015

    Golden LivingCenter in Independence will host a ceremony recognizing residents with military service in honor of Veterans Day. You’re invited to drop by between 2 and 4 p.m. Nov. 11 for a pinning ceremony, music, guest speakers and honored guests. “Veteran's Day signifies a time to honor residents and staff who have served in the military and show them how much they are appreciated,” said Tonia Carroll, RN, BSN, executive director of Golden LivingCenter. “Our unusually high veteran population within Golden Living Center makes this one of our biggest holidays of the year and a very special day for all of our residents and staff. We hope our community will join us as we give a warm 'thank you' to the veterans among us.”

  • Veterans feted with parade, free stuff

    Nov. 05, 2015

    Golden Living Center-Golden Rule is offering an outdoor veterans program at 3 p.m. Wednesday that is open to the community at 2330 Straight Line Pike in Richmond. State Sen. Jeff Raatz will speak and present a flag to Golden Rule that flew above the U.S. Capitol.