New Website Showcases Improvements, Progress at Alden Village North

Videos, testimonials, photos and facts available on AldenVillageNorthFacts.com

CHICAGO, May 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A new website showcases the significant progress and improvements that have been made at Alden Village North Health Facility for Children and Young Adults. The website www.AldenVillageNorthFacts.com features information about the Chicago facility, its history and video testimonials from the families of residents, staff, administrators and others.

Alden Village North is home to more than 80 developmentally disabled individuals, many of whom also suffer from complex medical challenges. Alden has worked diligently to improve the environment, the management team and the health care delivered at Alden Village North since acquiring the facility in 2008.  Alden has increased staff and administrators, increased programming and recently completed a comprehensive renovation of the structure that has improved the delivery of health care and the environment.  Find out more about these changes at www.AldenVillageNorthFacts.com/facts.

"Alden Village North is more than a skilled nursing facility; it is a home to our residents.  We have worked diligently to create a community for our residents that not only delivers exceptional health care but also provides them with a safe, secure, comfortable and dignified environment.  We encourage you to visit www.AldenVillageNorthFacts.com and see all of the improvements that we have made," said Alden President Floyd A. Schlossberg.

In addition to comprehensive information about the recent improvements, the website also includes a user-friendly contact form where anyone can ask questions about the facility.  More information is available at www.AldenVillageNorthFacts.com

SOURCE Alden Village North, Inc.

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