OUR STAFF

Specializing in Memory Care as an Industry Leader in Personal Care Communities

Jennifer Hall-Ash
Jennifer Hall-Ash
Jennifer Hall Ash is the Administrator for the Hallmark House and has been with the company since breaking ground in 2017. She is the backbone of the community and holds a special place in her heart for our resident’s, families and staff.
Erin Bowling
Erin Bowling
Erin Bowling, the Director of Nursing, has been a Licensed Practical Nurse for eight and half years and leading our wonderful nursing team since 2018. Erin comes with several years of experience working in different levels of nursing care. Her expertise and exceptional care are the perfect mix for the Hallmark House.
Leo Baker
Leo Baker
Leo Baker is our executive chef that plans and prepares the delicious food for our resident’s. Leo has had over 30 years’ experience working in senior care and brings a lot of knowledge and tasty meals to the table!

OUR FACILITY

At Hallmark House, we understand the difficulty in moving a loved one from their home when Memory Care issues arise. Our commitment to you is that we will provide unmatched service to our residents by offering a safe, socially stimulating and comfortable environment all while meeting the challenges of caring for your loved one. Providing care and comfort for those suffering with Memory Loss is at the core of what we do.

Our facility and floor plan have been custom designed to minimize resident confusion and irritation, which contributes to their safety and comfort. In fact, our designers toured and studied memory care facilities throughout the country to achieve a design with the perfect balance of safety, comfort while maintaining an active lifestyle. Our design incorporates open spaces, natural light and specially selected color schemes to help minimize irritation and anxiety. Even the dining room features and open kitchen so the aroma of the meals creates a home like atmosphere.

Moreover, Hallmark House staff are trained in the prestigious, Best Friends Approach to care. This approach teaches caregivers how to have a “knack” or a way of responding to those with Memory Loss in a manner that preserves their dignity all while helping them to feel safe, secure and valued. This approach has received a number of prominent endorsements including National Institute on Aging founder and Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Butler.