04/09/2018 | News release | Distributed by Public on 04/10/2018 02:56
Tallahassee, Florida - Tapestry Senior Living, one Tallahassee's NEWEST Assisted Living and Memory Care Community, has been selected as the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), Big Bend Unit, Agency of the Year. Each year, the NASW selects a community partner to receive this high honor based on community leadership, client advocacy, professionalism, dedication to social work and service to the community.
On Tuesday, March 27th at 9 am, Tapestry Senior Living will be presented with this honor during the NASW's Social Work Month Celebration. The event will be held at Tapestry Senior Living located at 2516 W. Lakeshore Drive, Tallahassee, Florida. Accepting this award will be Tapestry Senior Living's Executive Director, Mike Schmidt.
'Tapestry Senior Living is dedicated not only to the residents and families of Tapestry but to the entire Tallahassee community. We believe it is essential to support initiatives going on around us in order to promote health based education, a healthier community, and bring attention to the quality care available in the Big Bend Area,' said Mike Schmidt, Executive Director.
Tapestry of Tallahassee is a full-service Assisted Living and Memory Care community, offering exceptional amenities such as 24-nursing care, emergency call system, housekeeping and laundry service, chef-prepared meals in our restaurant featuring anytime dining, on-site chapel, hair and nail salon, lounge, movie theatre and so much more. Tapestry of Tallahassee is created to meet each resident's unique needs; providing seniors with extraordinary living and the reassurance of excellent care. For more information visit www.TapestrySenior.com.
The National Association of Social Workers, the largest organization of professional social workers in the work, has over 130,000 members in 56 chapters nationwide. The Big Bend Unit of the NASW, Florida Chapter, represents approximately 241 members in eight counties. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards for social workers, and to advance sound social policies.