Ashbury Court

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Ashbury Court
Ashbury Court is listed in the Apartment Referral Service category in Tupelo, Mississippi. Displayed below are the social networks for Ashbury Court which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Ashbury Court on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 81.

Contact information for Ashbury Court is:
108 Ashbury Ct
Tupelo, MS 38801
(662) 566-4049

"Ashbury Court" - ZapScore Report

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Ashbury Court has an overall ZapScore of 81. This means that Ashbury Court has a higher ZapScore than 81% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Tupelo, Mississippi is 33 and in the Apartment Referral Service category is 37. Learn more about ZapScore

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United Church Homes Names Two New Board Members United Church Homes recently named Rev. John Gantt, the interim conference minister for the Ohio Conference of the United Church of Christ, and Dr. Trevor Bates, Heidelberg University’s associate dean of health sciences, as members of the United Church Homes Board of Directors. Read more about the new Board members at http://bit.ly/2r4Qcry.


Fairhaven Quilt: A Patchwork of Compassion #PalliativeCare #Aging #AbundantLife #Community #Wholeness #Peace twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Leaders to Help UCH Grow, Transform Aging: bit.ly/2qk8k3Q


Mission: Possible UCH Affordable Housing Leaders Fighting the Good Fight #affordablehousing bit.ly/2rYTH37

Mission: Possible UCH Affordable Housing Leaders Fighting the Good Fight Funding for HUD’s senior housing program that pays for new construction of affordable housing was eliminated in 2011. Thus, few new affordable rental units have been built since 2012. The lack of federal funds for HUD’s Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly program, which helps nonprofit organizations pay for new construction, comes during a time when the number of adults aged 65 and older is growing, the need for affordable housing is rising, and the number of seniors who are homeless is expected to double by 2050. Learn more at http://bit.ly/2rYTH37. #affordablehousing
Karen, now 68, applied for housing at three senior living communities and was placed on years-long waiting lists like many others due to a nationwide shortage of affordable housing for older adults. Pickfair Square, a United Church Homes community funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Develo...

The UCH Word of the Week for the week of May 22 is role. The word “job” can be referred to as an individual piece of work or a task done as part of the routine of one’s occupation. A “role” can be seen as the full scope of actions and activities of a person or group in their occupational setting. What we do at UCH is more than a job. It’s up to all of us to fulfill the mission. #Ageism #Aging #AbundantAging

United Church Homes shared LeadingAge Ohio's post.
"Today, more than 76 percent of hospice patients are white, and terminally ill patients are less likely to die at home the lower their incomes. In many poor urban communities, less than 5 percent of the dying receive hospice care in the last six months of life." With the CBO score indicating an additional 23 million Americans will be left uninsured under AHCA, these disparities are likely to grow. http://ow.ly/sWzO30c2nwv Via LeadingAge Ohio
"Today, more than 76 percent of hospice patients are white, and terminally ill patients are less likely to die at home the lower their incomes. In many poor urban communities, less than 5 percent of the dying receive hospice care in the last six months of life." With the CBO score indicating an additional 23 million Americans will be left uninsured under AHCA, these disparities are likely to grow. http://ow.ly/sWzO30c2nwv
What do people do when they can’t afford end-of-life care?

Mr. Melvin J. Stauffer, Esq., a past United Church Homes Herbster Award recipient, has been inducted into the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame along with seven other older Ohioans, according to the Ohio Department of Aging. Mr. Stauffer is a longtime supporter of United Church Homes and Parkvue Community in Sandusky. Mr. Stauffer served as attorney to the late Ruth Frost Parker, a former board member of the UCH Board of Directors, whose legacy of giving contributed to a multitude of improvements at Parkvue. Last year, United Church Homes founded the Ruth Frost Parker Center for Abundant Aging in her name. Read more at http://bit.ly/2rYlAqU!


Join Glenwood Community and UCH in welcoming Linda Dailey as the new executive director at Glenwood! Read more at twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


RT @A_Miller2018: Loved helping @UCHomes for the third year in a row! Great team of people with such amazing attitudes and the hearts to h…