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Brunswick at Attleboro receives prestigious national quality award

Brunswick at Attleboro, located in Langhorne, was recently honored as a 2018 Bronze Achievement in Quality Award recipient by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL).

Serving the Delaware Valley community for more than 18 years, Brunswick at Attleboro was recognized for successfully demonstrating a commitment to providing a caring professional culture in which staff works with residents and families to ensure high-quality care, in addition to, a high quality of life for seniors and persons with disabilities.

“The application for the Bronze Award was a declaration of our commitment to quality and a commitment to a journey of self-discovery,” said Kathleen Fox, Administrator of Brunswick at Attleboro. “We set out to discover how to best meet and exceed the needs and expectations of our residents, their families, our employees and the community. This award recognizes the care and dedication of our staff as a vital part of the quality journey.” 

PHOTO CAP: Pictured from left, Mary Kender, Executive Director of Attleboro Campus; Nicholas Diasio, Executive Aide, Senator Tommy Tomlinson’s office; Kristin Benhayon, District Office Manager, Rep. Frank Farry’s office; Steve Wilson, Vice President, WILMAC Corporation; Kathie Fox, Administrator, The Brunswick at Attleboro.