By Tim ReganSenior Living News Integral Senior Living (ISL) has grown and evolved throughout the pandemic — and CEO Collette Gray said that is in part due to the companyʼs business intelligence platform. The Carslbad, California-based operator kicked its business intelligence operations into high gear during the pandemic, and today it gives the companyʼs leaders insight into metrics such as … Read More
Collette Gray has led the charge at Integral Senior Living for over a decade. Her day-to-day focus is on operations, sales and marketing and resident care, but she also prioritizes company culture. Under Collette’s leadership, ISL and Solstice rank among the top 20 largest senior housing providers in the U.S. Read more of her profile in Senior Living News below. … Read More
Inspired by a 3-year-old boy named Elias, Integral Senior Living was proud to work with Hula Hut in donating $5,000 to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society recently. Read more about the donation and this incredible partnership in the story below! Read more: CBS Austin: Unique collaboration honors 3-year-old boy with leukemia
Integral Senior Living, our parent company, recently hosted an awards ceremony designed to recognize communities for excellent leadership and service in 2020. From those that received the best online reviews to those with the highest levels of resident and family satisfaction, these awards recognized the best and brightest in the ISL family. That is why we are proud to announce … Read More
PDF: Here’s how we’re serving our residents during this time.
Joanna, one of our wonderful employees here at The Peaks at Old Laramie Trail, was picked for our Employee Livin’ the Dream. The money she received gave her family the ability to travel across the country by train to see their other family members for Christmas. Her husband is in the military so they have traveled around a lot and … Read More
Our staff at The Peaks at Old Laramie Trail helped show appreciation for the first responders in the Lafayette community with a barbecue luncheon on July 3. Read full coverage of the event from the Daily Camera below. Lafayette assisted living community show appreciation for first responders