Alexis Gardens wins Best of 2017 Award from SeniorAdvisor.com

. January 6, 2017.
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Alexis Gardens, a Holiday Retirement community, was recently recognized by SeniorAdvisor.com as part of the “Best of 2017 Awards.” The local senior living community was honored by the largest ratings and reviews site for senior care and services, for receiving consistently high ratings from residents and their families throughout 2016. To qualify for a Best of 2017 Award, winning communities must offer either assisted living, Alzheimer’s care, independent living, low-income senior housing, skilled nursing or in-home care in the United States or Canada, have maintained an average overall rating of at least 4.5 stars and have received three or more new reviews within 2016.

Alexis Gardens, call 419-472-7115 or visit holidaytouch.com/our-communities

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