Join one of Tucson’s most award-winning all-inclusive continuing care retirement communities at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 19, at Splendido, 13500 N. Rancho Vistoso Blvd.  The public is invited to this complementary event, but space is limited and reservations are required. Call 762-4090 to be included. 

Gale Morgan, Vice President, will moderate the panel of five health care professionals from Sonora at Splendido. Panelists include: Gail Rankin, MA, NHA, Sonora’s Administrator; Roni Landsberg, MSW, Social Services Coordinator; Alice Pollard, RD, Dining Services Manager; Katha Maynard, RN, MDS Coordinator; and Terri Kraekel, BS, Program Coordinator. Panelists will describe what continuing care is all about, including how technology is being used in nursing care (such as iPads). 

Morgan says, “Splendido is a thoughtful look to the future. It’s more than meets the eye: it’s an all-inclusive community with investment protection, financial security, and long-term health care considerations you may not need today, but will take comfort in knowing are there nonetheless.”

Additionally, Splendido offers a 90 percent refundable entrance fee and a reasonable monthly service fee that makes it an exceptional value and investment. Residents can also rest assured, knowing their investment is in the capable hands of industry-leading not-for-profit Mather LifeWays with more than 70 years experience in helping older adults Age Well, and Plaza Companies, a retirement community developer headquartered in Arizona. 

Anyone unable to attend the event who would like to learn more or arrange a visit of Splendido, call 878-2612, or email

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