Bee­hiveHomescel­e­brates 20yearsinSp.Forkarea


As­sisted liv­ing - Ev­ery­one knows about to leave your home, but if you choose to, it and sooner or later may have to face it. why not go some­where familiar, that feels With the aged adult pop­u­la­tion on the rise, like home? That’s what we have - that’s se­nior liv­ing is on the top of the menu. what we want, and the qual­ity of care is The U.S. is pro­jected to have more than next to none. We only have 13 to 18 res­i­dents 72 mil­lion aged adults by 2050. That is a in our dif­fer­ent homes; it al­lows us lot of peo­ple that are go­ing to need some to re­ally fo­cus on our res­i­dents and their help, and many that will be un­able to live qual­ity of life,” McGraw said. alone. Bee­hive Homes of Span­ish Fork has

Span­ish Fork is home to one such as­sisted re­cently ren­o­vated and added on to its liv­ing home. Bee­hive Homes has home, cre­at­ing an open con­cept in­side been serv­ing the Span­ish Fork area for and en­hanc­ing safety fea­tures such as fire 20 years. Tucked into a neigh­bor­hood and sprin­klers, alarm sys­tems and wider hall­ways. de­signed in­side and out like a home, it is “We want this home to be a vi­able al­most un­no­ticed by passersby. “That’s op­tion for the next 20 years.” McGraw what sets us apart,” said Den­nis McGraw, said. Bee­hive Homes was voted num­ber lo­cal owner and op­er­a­tor of the Span­ish one in As­sisted Liv­ing Homes in Utah Fork, Salem and Payson Homes. County for 2016 in the Daily Her­ald’s

“The Bee­hive Home phi­los­o­phy is dif­fer­ent Best of Utah Val­ley con­test. The Bee­hive from the the big box-type as­sisted Homes Span­ish Fork lo­ca­tion is at 858 E. liv­ing fa­cil­i­ties. It’s not an easy de­ci­sion 100 South.

The Strap Tank Restau­rant and Brew­ing Co. has opened in south­west Springville near Wal­mart.

Bee­hive Homes has re­cently com­pleted ren­o­va­tions at its Span­ish Fork lo­ca­tion.

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