VERO BEACH, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Watercrest
Senior Living Group Principal and CEO, Marc Vorkapich is proud to
announce their partnership with Rollins College and New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary (NOBTS) in offering lifelong learning programs at
the premier Watercrest
of Lake Nona Assisted Living and Memory Care Community this fall.
Recognized nationally for its innovative approaches to learning, The
Rollins College award winning STARS learning program will offer adults
50 and older an eclectic selection of educational classes appealing to
older adults. Additionally, the NOBTS will offer undergraduate courses,
led by respected and seasoned pastors, Dr. Ben Kinney and Dr. Paul
Gordon, providing students an understanding of current world movements
with history of the church and geographical and historical information
relating to the Old Testament.
As the developer and operator of assisted living and memory care
communities, Watercrest Senior Living Group champions their Common Unity
Initiative, a company-wide program supporting associates and residents
in community service and enrichment. Watercrest’s Common Unity program
advocates the benefits of continued education programs and encourages a
commitment to serving others and fulfilling needs in our hometowns.
Educational courses offered by Rollins College and NOBTS afford
residents and the Lake Nona community with opportunities for growth and
“Partnering with one of the nation’s premier private colleges, as well
as one of the largest seminaries in the Southern Baptist Convention is
an excellent opportunity to further enhance Lake Nona’s amazing sense of
common unity through educational initiatives,” says Marc Vorkapich,
Principal and CEO of Watercrest Senior Living Group.
The fall course offerings at Watercrest of Lake Nona include: Images
of Ireland in Film and Poetry; Reading Renaissance Portraits; Organic
Foods & Whole Foods: Chemistry and Physiology of Health; Church History; and
Introduction to the Old Testament. For registration information,
contact Chris Shepherd, Watercrest’s Director of Creative Program
Development at email@example.com.
Watercrest of Lake Nona offers 56 assisted living and 24 memory care
apartments with premium accommodations, spa amenities, fine dining, as
well as private label wines, locally grown organic fare, cultural
programs, and distinctive activities and outings. Perfectly situated in
the center of Lake Nona, the neighborhood features world-class
education, Lake Nona Medical City, recreational facilities, diverse
workspaces, retail centers, entertainment venues and was recently
honored in the top 15 best selling communities in the country.
Watercrest Senior Living Group is committed to enriching the lives of
seniors by creating an environment of well being and providing a
comprehensive memory care program specifically designed to engage the
senses, expand the mind and enhance the emotions of residents.
Watercrest associates champion a culture, which nurtures relationships
in the interest of acting as trusted advisors. Focused on the growth of
servant leaders, Watercrest Senior Living Group identifies people as the
company’s greatest asset. For more information, please visit www.watercrestseniorliving.com.
Watercrest Senior Living Group
Kathryn Vorkapich, 772-539-4553