It has been quite some time since Elevar has had a proper gathering, but this week we had a lot to celebrate with the return of two of our beloved things. Our founder, Emilio Fernandez, returned to the office and our Cincinnati Reds played their first game of the 2021 season! This week, under social distancing protocols, we fired up the grill and celebrated in the Elevar garage, in spite of April snow flurries!
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Providing healthcare services for those in the later stages of life will become more and more prevalent as the post-war silent generation will soon be supplanted by the largest demographic: baby boomers. Recognizing this inevitable occurrence, healthcare providers have been taking steps to plan for this influx of septuagenarians, octogenarians, and up within their healthcare facilities.
Human beings require shelter from the elements, clean air, energy in the form of food, sleep, and of course a doctor’s visit to maintain our health at least once a year, if not more, as we age. Just like a physician’s checkup where the doctor checks all vital signs to make sure they are functioning, Elevar looks at all basic functions of the building enclosure from the hair on top (the roof) to the feet (the foundation).