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Sydney House changes name to Liberty Place

Sydney House, a provider of assisted living services and care to seniors, unveiled its new name – Liberty Place.

“We are thrilled about our new name — Liberty Place,” said Executive Director Amy Havice. “Because it better reflects our commitment to provide a vibrant environment where our residents thrive each and every day. Residents at Liberty Place are our extended family and we treat them as such. This is a unique environment where residents are able to rekindle their inner spark, in their own unique and individual way.

The renaming of Liberty Place coincides with the recent rebranding of its parent company, Enlivant (formerly Assisted Living Concepts) which is under new ownership and executive leadership.

“It’s a new day at our company,” said Enlivant CFO Jack R. Callison, Jr. “The name ‘Enlivant’ captures the essence of this renewed sense of vitality and connectivity. While we are proud of our more than 30-year history as pioneers in the assisted living industry, today we celebrate the ‘rebirth’ of our organization and renewed commitment to becoming the nations’ most trust assisted living provider.”

The company also unveiled a new, redesigned web site, www.Enlivant.com, to serve as an educational resource for prospective residents and their families.

“At Liberty Place, we know that our actions significantly affect the lives of our residents every day,” said Havice. “These actions are guided by our new core values: compassion, humility, excellence, fun and most importantly, integrity.”

Enlivant and its subsidiaries operate more than 200 assisted living residences comprising more than 9,000 resident units across 19 states. The company currently employs almost 5,000 caregivers and support employees.

For more information, visit www.Enlivant.com.

 

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