continued According to Gorenstein, many of these changes are taking place behind the scenes and residents should only see an improvement in their standard of living.
“We’re still going through a transitional period, but I think current residents are really seeing it go smoothly,” he said.
The executive director said the location of Atria Delmar Place is what makes the facility stand out from others, since it is in the middle of town and is in walking distance to the library and Town Hall. This helps many residents not to feel so isolated and that they are still participating members of the community.
“This should be an evolutionary transition for us, not revolutionary,” Gorenstein said. “We want to use this as an opportunity to see how we can best serve our residents.”