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Villas of Hollybrook In Shelbyville Recognized

The Villas of Holly Brook Shelbyville, an assisted living community located in Shelbyville, IL, has achieved a deficiency-free annual survey administered by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH). Meridian Senior Living Regional Director of Operations, Shannon Paden, says that this survey is a testament to the excellence in care provided by the senior living community. 


Nicole Perry, Executive Director, expressed her excitement, saying that receiving this news was thrilling and that the dedicated staff works tirelessly, delivering meticulous care to residents and families. 


Achieving a deficiency-free survey in Illinois requires meeting or exceeding all state and federal standards across all services provided at the facility. According to a 2023 KFF analysis, only about 2% of Illinois senior communities—approximately 24 out of 1,200 long-term care facilities—were deficiency-free.


Assisted living communities in Illinois undergo regular inspections without prior notice to ensure compliance with state regulations. These inspections encompass interviews, physical premise inspections, observation of operations, and record reviews, covering various aspects such as care quality, safety measures, residents' rights, and confidentiality.


Located close to the popular destination Lake Shelbyville, The Villas of Holly Brook Shelbyville is currently accepting new move-ins. Residents enjoy inclusive amenities and a pet-friendly environment. The community’s dedicated staff provides essential support, including bathing, dressing, medication management, and crisis response. They also organize engaging daily activities such as holiday-themed events, games, gardening, crafts, and music sessions to ensure residents remain active and connected. To learn more about The Villas of Holly Brook Shelbyville, visit www.villashollybrookshelbyville.com or call (618) 526-0100.

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