Amanda O’Neill joins the assisted living and memory care community after serving in management positions for other assisted living communities in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.
ELLICOTT CITY, Md. – August 4, 2015 – Lighthouse Senior Living, an assisted living and memory community located in the Baltimore suburbs, has announced the appointment of Amanda C. O’Neill as executive director. Lighthouse Senior Living is one of two assisted living and memory care communities in Maryland owned by affiliates of WPM Real Estate Management and The Time Group, both based in Baltimore.
“Amanda has worked in senior housing management for nearly 20 years, and we are delighted to bring her experience and skill to Lighthouse Senior Living,” said Mark Caplan, President and CEO of The Time Group. “Amanda demonstrates a passion for serving seniors, and our residents and their families have already experienced her dedication to caring for their needs. She brings an all-important personal touch to her day-to-day work, too, that really brings out the best in her team.”
“Our mission at Lighthouse is to make this the best home possible for each of our residents every day,” said O’Neill. “We believe that providing a stimulating, yet familiar, environment brightens our residents’ lives and contributes to their happiness and fulfillment.”
Prior to joining Lighthouse Senior Living, O’Neill served as executive director for Brightview Senior Living communities in Catonsville, Md., and Timonium, Md. She also served as director of independent living at Brightview Mays Chapel Ridge. During her time with Brightview, O’Neill was awarded the Distinguished Service Award by Brightview’s parent company, The Shelter Group – only the third person in the company’s history to receive the honor. She also has previous experience in property management and administration for communities in Takoma Park, Md., and Laurel, Md.
About Lighthouse Senior Living
Lighthouse Senior Living has communities in Ellicott City and Middle River, Md., which are designed to meet the changing needs of residents. From independent living and rehabilitation to providing on-site care for Alzheimer’s and dementia-related illnesses, Lighthouse communities offer welcoming and supportive environments for residents and families. For more information, please visit: http://www.lighthouseseniorliving.com/.