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Aegis Living Was Created To Place People First in Senior and Assisted Living Communities
Date:6/26/2009

Mission Continues as Growth of Company Exemplifies the Best in Retirement Living

REDMOND, Wash., June 26 /PRNewswire/ -- It is well documented; demand for senior housing will outpace supply in the coming years. Couple that trend with aging boomers who expect more out of life and the future of the senior housing industry looks very different than it did a decade ago. One company leading the wave of change is Aegis Living, a national leader in senior living and assisted living communities.

Where should I live? and Who will provide the highest quality service? are questions that need to be answered for the millions moving into their later senior years. For some, the answer can be found in thirty-four retirement communities on the West Coast managed by visionary Dwayne Clark and his award-winning company, Aegis Living.

Despite the recession, Aegis is experiencing growth and prosperity allowing it to move ahead with communities that not only enrich the eye with beauty but also stimulate the mind with innovative programs. Currently the company is moving ahead with plans on several communities, including Bellevue, WA and Palm Desert, CA. These new communities will serve the ever-increasing needs of the growing West Coast senior population, offering the best in senior living through a myriad of services and amenities.

"We're the people who make life better."

When Dwayne was growing up, his grandmother lived in a gloomy, cramped retirement home staffed by listless nurses with blank stares. "No one would want to visit, let alone live there," Dwayne sai
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