Effective January 1, 2021 John Grace has retired as President of Grace Team Services.
John shared, "The ole saying....find a job you love and you'll never work a day in your life has been fulfilled for me over the past 35 years. My passion and that of many others has made Kansas a better place in which to age. Along the way, I've made some wonderful friends that will always stay with me."
With full confidence and support, Rita and John turned the company over to the next generation. Ryan Grace has been named President/CEO and Eric Huebert has been named Chief Financial Office.
We wish John and Rita blessing as they enjoy their new adventures.
Jona Freel has joined our team as the Regional Marketing/Fund Development Consultant. Jona has many years experience in marketing and fund raising and we are grateful to have someone of her expertise joining our team. GraceTeam now has seven employees working on behalf of ten clients throughout Kansas. Our clients range from small 34 unit campus to a large CCRC serving nearly one hundred elders.
From national testimony of the Alzheimer’s Association Chief Public Policy Officer November 14, 2019 before Congress:
Most individuals experience dementia in stages-early, middle, and late. That means that they need different supports and services over the disease course. For example:
Our open house was held on Friday September 27 and our first elders moved to their new home the week of September 30. Senator Jerry Moran shared comments with the citizens about his compliments on the tremendous design and programming of the new Greenhouse model of care.