Nina Wendelschafer has dedicated over 10+ years of her life to serving the needs of seniors and enriching their lives along the way. Nina began her career as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CAN) in a skilled nursing facility. Shortly after that, Nina discovered her love of working in assisted living.
With a desire to work closer to home, while raising two children, Nina began working at Spring Meadows Assisted Living in 2009. Starting as a caregiver, Nina worked her way up to Medication Aid and then as Resident Care Coordinator. Eager to continue learning and growing in her role, Nina went on to earn her Administrator's License and became Director of Spring Meadows.
Nina says, "Spring Meadows has been my second home for many years and I am completely invested in this community and our residents. I will strive every day to enrich the lives of our residents and make Spring Meadows a great place to call home."
Suzie Ocain began working at Spring Meadows Assisted Living in 2007. After working as a caregiver for many years, Suzie worked her way up to Medication Aid, and then to Resident Care Coordinator. In April of 2017, Suzie became the Assistant Director at Spring Meadows.
Suzie is very grateful for the team she works closely with every day. The thing she loves most about being a part of Spring Meadows is the great group of people and making a difference in the lives of the residents.
Andrea Singleton, RN comes to Spring Meadows Assisted Living with over 15 years' experience working in the long-term care setting. Andrea has experience in various aspects of long-term care. Working as a caregiver in an assisted living facility, along with the encouragement of her Director of Nursing, is what inspired Andrea to want to become a Registered Nurse. Her passion has always been to provide quality and compassionate care to the people she serves. She is proud to work at Spring Meadows Assisted Living, providing that same quality and compassionate care to the aging population in her community.
Board of Directors
The inspiration, development and continued direction for Spring Meadows is provided by a board of directors comprised of dedicated leaders and citizens from the local community, volunteering
their time and expertise to ensure Columbia County senior and disabled
adults are provided high quality affordable assisted living services. Spring Meadows is
owned by ElderServ, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization governed by a
community based board of directors.
Concepts in Community Living, Inc. (CCL) has provided management support to Spring Meadows since it opened in 1995. CCL is a recognized pioneer in the assisted living field, helping to develop and manage hundreds of assisted living communities, providing consulting services to supportive housing developers, owners, government agencies and social service providers, and being an eminent voice in shaping best practices and policies industry-wide.
CCL envisions supportive communities that elevate the meaning of life, fulfill human needs, and reflect the uniqueness of those served. You are invited to join us in making this vision a reality. Please share your ideas, suggestions and concerns with us by calling 1-800-574-2254, TTY 1-866-583-6144, or sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. What’s important to you, is important to us too! Find us on the web at: www.ccliving.com.