New Senior Living Community in St. Charles Introduces General Manager

March 28, 2018

SEATTLE–Leisure Care, one of the largest senior housing and hospitality management companies in the country, has brought on Debbie Nizborski as general manager of its new assisted living and memory care community in St. Charles, MO.

“Debbie’s experience in the senior living industry, combined with her passion for what we do at Leisure Care, makes her the ideal fit for overseeing the daily operations of our new community,” says Ryan Rasar, COO at Leisure Care.

Nizborski recently obtained her license as a Missouri Licensed Nursing Home Administrator and was accepted to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Board of Nursing Home Administrators. She has 10 years of experience in the senior living industry, most recently working as a sales advisor with Senior Lifestyle.

“One of the reasons that I was drawn to Leisure Care is the company’s belief that its employees must be truly happy and strive to live a balanced life,” says Nizborski. “This means putting family first and giving back to the community, in addition to making meaningful contributions to the company. Leisure Care believes that when life is good at home their employees are more dedicated, efficient, creative and ultimately productive.”

Opening this summer, The Landing of O’Fallon will be located in St. Charles, MO, right near convenient shopping, fresh farmer’s markets, high-quality health care and the banks of the Missouri River. The new community will offer 79 spacious studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom assisted living apartments as well as 55 private and neighbor suites for memory care.

“The key aspect that excites me about O’Fallon in particular is our OPAL memory care program and our approach to the seven pillars of wellness,” says Nizborski. “Leisure Care sees each person as an individual and every one of their programs is customizable to fit each resident’s specific needs. I know that we will make a positive impact on many lives of seniors here in St. Charles.”



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