Applewood Our House finalist for BBB award

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Posted 11/26/18

Applewood Our House was recently honored as a finalist for the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics for medium-sized businesses. The Torch Award is given to businesses that …

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Applewood Our House finalist for BBB award

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Applewood Our House was recently honored as a finalist for the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics for medium-sized businesses.

The Torch Award is given to businesses that consistently act on and integrate the standards promoted by the BBB into daily practices. Applewood has five residential assisted living homes for those with memory care needs. It also was honored with the same award in 2016.

“We're honored to be recognized as a finalist for this prestigious award,” Alan Wyngarden, Applewood Our House owner, said in a news release. “To us, integrity means doing the right thing for our residents all of the time — whether or not anyone is watching. We offer excellent care with heart. Our mission is to bring joy to our residents and help their families to make new memories with them.”

Applewood Our House will open its fifth memory care group home in North Arvada this month. The new Applewood home has views of the mountain range, from Pikes Peak to Longs Peak, and is surrounded by more than a half-acre yard with a walking path to enjoy the outdoors. Many other outdoor activities are in the yard for the residents to enjoy.

The interior of the new home has an open floor plan with a great room for enjoyment and relaxation. The kitchen is at the heart of the house and features natural cherry cabinets, solid surface counter-tops, and graphite appliances.

Learn more at www.applewoodourhouse.com, or call Malou van Eijk at 303-956-9037.

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